Brussels Sprouts Long Island Improved - Cornucopia Seeds
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Brassica oleracea var. gemmifera
Home-grown Brussels sprouts are sweet, nutty, and buttery – never strong-flavored. It is a real satisfaction to pick and enjoy them in late fall when the rest of the summer garden is finished.
|Row spacing||2 feet|
|Plant spacing||1.5 feet|
|Planting depth||1/4 inch|
|Days to germination||7-10|
|Plant height||2-2.5 feet|
Gardener's Notes: Plant early/mid-summer for fall harvest. Sow 3 inches apart in rich, well-amended soil. Thin established seedlings to 1.5 feet apart as plants grow tall and large. Fertilize monthly. Control caterpillars with non-toxic B.T. Harvest in cool fall weather; light frost actually sweetens flavor. Pick when sprouts are solid and well filled-out starting from the bottom of stalks. Approximately 110 days to harvest. Plants 25 foot row.