Named for the town of Brussels, Belgium where they were popularized as early as the 1200's. Eventually these cold-hardy mini-cabbages spread through the cooler European countries and popped up in North America around 1800. A well-known vegetable that unfortunately makes rare appearances at the kitchen table, most likely because few folks eat them fresh-picked and home grown which is the ultimate flavour-boost. Include a few plants in your garden and enjoy the Fall harvest.


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Brussel Sprouts - Falstaff
Brussel Sprouts - Falstaff

Brussel Sprouts - Roodnerf
Brussel Sprouts - Roodnerf