British bred and very aptly named, these 'bitesized,' sweet-tasting, mid-green 'buttons' are well spaced on the stem for easy picking. They remain small and firm on the stem over a long period. Just pick and cook as required. Delicious! 220 days.
This delicious Brussels sprout has bright green buttons that are easy to pick and perfect for steaming and grilling. The sweet cabbage-like top can even be eaten as a 'green'! Shows good resistance to leaf spot, mildew and alternaria. (Sept-Dec)
Just imagine a brussels sprout you can serve at the dinner table, and the children come back for seconds! Thanks to the breeder continuously striving for a better, sweeter flavor, your wish can now come true with Trafalgar. This modern hybrid produces a heavy crop of medium sized, firm button sprouts that keep their excellent quality over a long period. 240 days.
125 days. Very sweet and tender, the buds on this superb Brussels Sprout all mature at the same time, so you never have to worry about picking them too soon or too late! A delicious variety ideal for the home garden, Diablo Hybrid will be your sprout of choice for years to come!The 1- to 2-inch buds on this upright plant become loose when it's time to harvest them -- simply tug and if they break off easily, they're perfectly ripe! Unlike many varieties, which mature unevenly, the entire crop will be the same size and ready to harvest together,…
GB Cultural info: C,W/ Matures 11-13/ Harvest 12/Yield 70-140/Spacing 18"/ DAYS TO MAT: 100-125 days SEEDS PER PACKET: 40 SOURCE CODE: C APPROX GERM DAYS: 5-17 PLANTING DEPTH: 1/4" WHEN TO PLANT: Early Spring PACKET LABEL INSTRUCTIONS: Start in flats or pots and transplant so that plants sit ½" deeper in the soil than they did in flats. Needs calcium and plenty of nutrients, but not fresh manure or uncured compost to avoid disease. As sprouts begin to touch, remove lower leaves carefully and pinch tops to encourage side growth. Harvest sprouts from the bottom up. Stare plants by mid-season,…
125 days. There has never been a more beautiful brussels sprout than this deep purplish-red variety, and we would recommend it even if it weren't also one of the most flavorful. But the fact is that these rosy sprouts are simply delicious, with a mild, nut-like flavor that appeals more to children than other brussels sprout varieties may.Slow to mature, this plant intensifies its lovely color if exposed to a bit of frost, so can be left quite late in the season without damage. And when you cook the sprouts, they keep their rich purple tones! What a pleasing and…
GB CULTURE: C/Matures 11-13/ Harvest 12/Yield 70-140/Spacing 18" DAYS TO MAT: 80-90 days SEEDS PER PACKET: 75 SOURCE CODE: C APPROX GERM DAYS: 5-17 PLANTING DEPTH: 1/4" WHEN TO PLANT: Fall PACKET LABEL INSTRUCTIONS: Time planting to mature around fall frost, which improves flower and vitamins - mid to late summer planting in most areas. Be careful to avoid overwatering or using uncomposted manure to keep plants free of disease. Needs adequate calcium and plenty of compost. As sprouts begin to touch, remove lower leaves carefully and pinch tops to encourage side growth. Harvest sprouts from the bottom up. Staking…
GB CULTURE: C,W/Matures 11-13/Harvest 12/Yield 70-140/Spacing 18"/p> DAYS TO MAT: 100-125 days SEEDS PER PACKET: 75 SOURCE CODE: O APPROX GERM DAYS: 5-17 PLANTING DEPTH: 1/4" WHEN TO PLANT: 4 months before Fall frost PACKET LABEL INSTRUCTIONS: Requires long season and produces best in cool weather. Plant about 4 months before fall frost, which improves flavor and vitamins. Shallow rooted and susceptible to diseases in early stages; ensure there is good air circulation, and do not cultivate around roots. Needs adequate calcium. As sprouts begin to touch, remove lower leaves carefully and pinch tops to encourage side growth. Harvest sprouts…
GB Cultural info: C,W/Matures 11-13/ Harvest 12/Yield 70-140/Spacing 18"/> DAYS TO MAT: 100-120 days SEEDS PER PACKET: 75 SOURCE CODE: C APPROX GERM DAYS: 5-17 PLANTING DEPTH: 1/4" WHEN TO PLANT: Fall PACKET LABEL INSTRUCTIONS: Requires a long season and produces best in cool weather. Time planting to mature around fall frost, which imporves flavor and vitamins. Shallow rooted and susceptible to diseases in early stages; ensure there is good air circulation, and do not cultivate around roots. Needs adequate calcium. As sprouts begin to touch, remove lower leaves carefully and pinch tops to encourage side growth, Harvest sprouts from…
100 days. Hardy, dwarf plants produce tasty, uniform sprouts. Developed by Arthur White of Arkport, NY, in 1941.
The flavorful, medium-green, smooth sprouts are large and mature remarkably early. Churchill is a vigorous, easy-to-grow variety for diverse climates. Avg. 120,000 seeds/lb. Packet: 100 seeds.
Smooth, large sprouts with excellent taste. Similar to Churchill but the plants are smaller and a few days earlier. Organically grown. Avg. 125,000 seeds/lb. Packet: 100 seeds.
80 days. In our recent trials, Franklin has been the earliest maturing of all the Brussels sprouts. It has the added bonus of high quality, uniform, firm sprouts. The plants are quite tall and have less woody stalks so whole stem harvests are possible. For a delightful dish, try roasting Franklin with some garlic, olive oil, and finish with just a splash of mirin.
Flower Sprouts™ are a cross between and which, unlike Brussels sprouts, remain open and resemble attractive, colorful flowers. They grow on tall, upright plants just like Brussels sprouts. The tender, mildly flavored sprouts have an excellent eating quality and are suitable for sales to high-end restaurants and specialty markets. They are excellent lightly steamed or sautéed. One marketing suggestion is to sell them in clam shells. Not quite as hardy to cold weather as Brussels sprouts or kale. This mix contains three varieties. Avg. 90,000 seeds/lb. Packet: 40 seeds.
100 days. The standard open-pollinated variety since the 1890’s. Heavy yields of delicious sprouts.
(F1) 200 days. Montgomery has proven itself to be one of the best December-harvest sprouts we've trialed. The uniform, easy-to-pick buttons are smooth with good globe shape, dark green color, and an excellent mild flavor. With its good lodging resistance, Montgomery makes an upstanding as well as an outstanding addition to your winter garden.
95 days. Consistently produces uniform, savory, 1 inch red sprouts. Red Ball is a wonderful addition to fall and winter meals. The color of the sprouts actually becomes more vibrant in cooler weather. In our winter trials, Red Ball's performance was superior to other red varieties.
100 days. One of the last open pollinated varieties in existence that still retains excellent eating quality and uniformity. Bred in Hurst, England, Roodnerf is quite cold hardy. The medium to tall plants yield plump, green sprouts. If you've turned up your nose to Brussels sprouts in the past, Roodnerf will certainly turn you into a fan!
Dark green 1-in. sprouts are easy to harvest and resistant to tip burn. Superior taste and excellent texture make Royal Marvel great fresh or frozen; high yields ensure plenty of sprouts for both uses! 85 DAYS. If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season.
85 days. An heirloom variety not often seen in the garden. Rubine offers up a bountiful harvest of gorgeous 1-1 1/2 inch purple-red sprouts that are full of wonderfully rich old-time flavor. A striking addition to any vegetable patch and a gourmet special for your table. Grows to 24 inches and performs best when planted early.
I have a Karen Triplett Rhoda and it does not bloom. It has bloomed in the past but probably not for a past several years. Not sure what I need to do? It's in well drained soil has morning and late afternoon sun. It has healthy looking leaves. Any suggestions?