|Flower Sprout Petit Posy
Petit Posy flower sprouts a cross between Kale and Brussel Sprout, brand new F1 vegetable developed by a UK breeder using traditional hybridization techniques. The plant habit is similar to Brussels Sprouts, a tall stem with loose button rosettes forming all the way up to a frilly-leaved top. Extremely winter hardy and with a similar cropping calendar to sprouts the harvest window stretches from October to early March from mid-March sowings, harvest by picking the loose frilly button rosettes from the stem. The taste is milder and sweeter than a Brussels Sprout with a good texture. It is an ideal winter vegetable and can be steamed, stir-fried or microwaved. Sow from early spring to June.
Grow something different for the kitchen garden 2 excellent varieties Noisette and Rubine.
Sow late winter to mid spring 12mm deep in a prepared seed bed 23cm between rows. Transplant April to May when 15cm tall, allow 60-80cm between plants, planting closer together will produce smaller sprouts. Keep young plants well watered. Harvest September/March.
|Brussels Sprout Bitesize
A unique hybrid Brussels sprout variety that produces delicious small dark green bitesize buttons approx half the normal size with good flavour and texture. Matures in November but will hold baby sized sprouts through to late January.
Sow late February onwards under glass
|Brussels Sprout Brigitte
A vigorous early hybrid variety that can be used on low or high fertility soils. Resistance to lodging. Produces a high yield sweet sprouts with a nutty flavour, medium sized tight buttons. Sow March to late April, early sowing from February in frames. Harvest October onwards. Ideal for fresh use or freezing.
Very early hybrid Brussels Sprout, medium green, uniform well spaced sprouts on the stalks with a sweet flavour. Harvest from the end of August through to November. RHS Award of Garden Merit
|Brussels Sprout Crispus
Early Variety and Club root resistant
Clubroot resistant early to mid season hybrid variety with excellent standing ability and good vigour. Top quality buttons are dark green in colour with a small butt and hold the stalk well. Slightly taller and later cropper than Maximus. Treated seed. Ideal for February to March sowings. Harvest September to October.
Brussels Sprout Bosworth
A Second early hybrid variety for late Autumn to Christmas production. Excellent holding ability and high yields. Well spaced buttons with sweet flavour, suited to picking as required or sales as complete stalks.
Brussels Sprout Darkmar 21
A traditional variety that produces sweet and tasty Brussels Sprouts over a long period. Large deep green sprouts. Sow indoors February, March to April outdoors Harvest November to March
Brussels Sprout Trafalgar
Mid season Button Sprouts
A British bred mid season hybrid, tall variety for the November, December and into January cropping period. A good variety for Christmas sprouts. Plant stands erect with strong root system. Medium size smooth buttons uniform in size with an excellent sweet flavour.
Sow March to end of April
Brussels Sprout Montgomery
A high yielding late season hybrid variety with dark green sprouts, Brussels sprout Montgomery can be harvested from late November right through Christmas and into the New Year. Uniform sized sprouts with a delicious flavour. Sow March to end of April in a prepared seed bed.
£1.95 Av 50 seeds
French / Red Brussels Sprout
Brussels Sprout Red Bull
Brussels sprout Red Bull is a open pollinated variety, red mild flavour sprout which keep their colour when cooked. Sow outdoors March to April for harvesting November to January. Colour becomes more intense during cold weather.
£0.85 Av 50 seeds
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Brussels Sprouts Nelson, Content, Brussels Sprouts Bosworth, Maximus, Trafalgar, Brussels Sprouts Wellington, Darkmar, Brussels Sprouts Falstaff and Rubine red button sprouts, Brussels Sprouts Noisette Baby sprouts
information should be used as a guide only, I have found a number of different
sowing techniques for the same seed from different sources there does not seem
to be a standard. With this in mind you should use this website as a guide only,
you probably already have a tried and tested way of sowing different seeds. As a
rule of thumb the larger the seed size the more cover it requires, and fine seed
like Lobelia Begonia etc requires no cover.
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