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~ Seed for BRUSSELS SPROUTS ~

plant picture'Sanda' Brussels Sprout

The essential cold-weather vegetable.  Sanda is extremely cold hardy for harvesting throughout the winter.  We like it because it makes nice round tight sprouts quite early in the year, but then stands well for a long time overwinter .

Cold-hardy sprout. Sow March/April for harvesting throughout the winter

Order BSSA - 1g (lots) £

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plant picture'Seven Hills' Brussels Sprout

This is an old favourite of ours.

It is ideal particularly for those of you who are in more exposed positions, as it has very tight sprouts on shorter, compact, sturdy plants.

So, it is a good choice if you have problems with the wind blowing your sprouts over. Stands well through the winter.

Sturdy, ideal for exposed sites.

Order BSHi - 1g (we think that's about 223 seeds, but it is easy to lose count. . .) £

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plant picture'Roodnerf' Brussels Sprout

An old Dutch strain with a good reputation for producing large numbers of nice tight sprouts. In scientific studies it has been found to be particularly resistant to insects and disease.

Well regarded as one of the best of the old fashioned sprout varieties still in existence.

Order BSRo- 1g of seed £

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Saving Brussels Sprout Seed:

Brussels sprouts are in the same family as Broccoli, so follow the pictures there.

Basic seed-saving instructions are included with your seeds, so you can do this yourself.
There are more detailed home-seed saving guides (printable) over to the left of this page,
in the box titled 'SeedSaving', with sheets on drying and storing your seed too.
And of course, seed-saving is only possible because these are all real, non-hybrid varieties.