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Falstaff Brussels Sprouts (95 days) UNAVAILABLE

This open-pollinated variety produces 2’ plants with unique purple-red sprouts with a milder flavor than green brussels sprouts. The color intensifies with frost, and can be maintained by steaming the sprouts. 

25 seeds

 

Germ 3-10 Days

PLANTING:

Indoors - 1/4” deep, 4-6 weeks before transplanting out. Seed into cell trays or small pots. Liquid fertilize seedlings every 7-10 days. Transplant 18-24” apart.

Outdoors- Mid to late spring 1/4” deep and 18-24” apart.

Harvest- Start picking from bottom up, when they are firm and 1” across, cutting off the leaf below the sprout.

To harvest all the sprouts at once cut off the top of the stalk 4-8 weeks before you want to harvest or when lower sprouts reach 1/2” in size.

Tips- A heavy feeder- transplant/direct seed into well composted soil and side dress a few times during the season. The best and sweetest Brussels sprouts are harvested after going through a few frosts.

 

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    LG
    01/25/2018
    Louis G.
    United States

    Falstaff Brussels Sprouts

    You are jumping the gun! I will not start the seeds untill the first week of March,ask me in september for my evaluation.

    BD
    01/25/2018
    Birgit D.
    United States

    Not a good batch

    Only two seeds out of the whole package sprouted... Disappointed

    K
    01/06/2016
    Kay-Ren

    Fabulous

    I started them indoors in zone 7. Then I planted them in 5 gallon buckets and got gorgeous red brussels sprouts. The deer don't seem to like walking on the asphalt driveway and eating from the container garden, so 1/2 acre is basically unused while I grow mostly everything in pots, tubs and buckets. These sprouts are wonderful.