Named for the town of Brussels, Belgium, where they were popular as early as the 1200s. Eventually, these cold, hardy mini-cabbages spread through the cooler European countries and popped up in North America around 1800. Start your transplants in April and plant out in May (after about 5 weeks). To encourage more sprouts, pinch out the grow-ing tip and harvest from the bottom up!


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Brussel Sprouts - Falstaff
Brussel Sprouts - Falstaff

$3.50
Brussel Sprouts - Roodnerf
Brussel Sprouts - Roodnerf

$3.50