Long Island Improved Brussels Sprouts

Brassica oleracea

Standard New York garden variety since the 1800s.

This semi-dwarf Brussels sprout has been a standard garden variety since the 1800s. Smaller plants are easier to handle in a small garden. Brussels sprouts are a long season crop and benefit from care and attention several times through the growing season.
Upon harvest, try preparing the larger leafy greens as well, they taste like mild collards.

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Start indoors mid spring for early fall harvest, late spring for fall harvest. Sow seeds in pots, 2-3 per cell, about 1/2 inch deep. Once the seeds have sprouted, thin the smallest, weakest plants to 1 per cell. Transplant outdoors once the seedlings have 2 sets of "true" leaves, 24 inches apart. Brussels sprouts take 100 days from transplant. Be sure to give them adequate water and replenish the soil by side dressing with good compost or other balanced organic fertilizers at least 2-3 times through the season.
Brussels sprouts are very cold hearty, and can be left out and harvested late fall.

Days to Germination 5 to 10 days
Days to Maturity 100 days
Planting Depth ½ inch
Spacing in Row 24 inches
Spacing Between Rows 24 inches
Height at Maturity 48 inches
Width at Maturity 18 inches
Sun Preference Full to Partial Sun

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