Brussel Sprouts - Long Island Improved
Brussel Sprouts - Long Island Improved
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Brussel Sprouts - Long Island Improved

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"Heirloom Organic Long Island Brussels Sprouts Seeds - Non-GMO, Open-Pollinated Seeds for High-Yielding, Nutritious Sprouts"

Looking to add a delicious, healthy, and high-yielding vegetable to your garden? Look no further than our Heirloom Organic Long Island Brussels Sprouts Seeds! These non-GMO, open-pollinated seeds are perfect for growing your own Brussels sprouts, a nutritious and tasty vegetable that is packed with vitamins and minerals.

The Long Island variety is known for its large, tasty sprouts that are perfect for roasting, steaming, or sautéing. It's a reliable and productive variety that is well-suited for home gardening.

Heirloom seeds are non-hybrid, non-GMO, and open-pollinated, which means that you can save the seeds from your crop to grow again the next season, preserving the genetic diversity and heritage of this heirloom variety.

By purchasing our Heirloom Organic Long Island Brussels Sprouts Seeds, you'll be able to enjoy fresh, healthy, and delicious sprouts straight from your own garden. Say goodbye to bland, tasteless Brussels sprouts from the grocery store and say hello to the great taste and quality of home-grown produce.

An Open Pollinated Heirloom variety been cultivated since as early as the 1500’s! Long Island Brussels are cold hardy very tolerant of frost which makes it in a list to grow in colder climates.

Brussels Sprouts do best in cold climates, and in moist soil. Organic matter can help the seeds to grow, and this crop will find the most success in full sun, or as much as possible. Sow the seeds half an inch deep, with eighteen to twenty four inches between plants, and thirty inches between rows. As the Brussels Sprouts are growing, the soil will need to remain moist, and will need one inch of water each week. The sprouts can be harvested when they are firm and one to two inches in diameter. To harvest, twist the sprouts until they become separated from the plant. If you would like to harvest all the sprouts at the same time, you can force them to mature simultaneously by cutting off the top of the plant three weeks before you want to harvest.

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