Early to mid-season sprout, maturing just under six months after transplanting. This variety produces smooth, round sprouts which hold well and dependably from October to the end of November, showing good disease resistance. Each plant produces a set of leaves too at the top which makes a perfect rosette of edible leaves, perfect for steaming.
Arm yourself with a bowl and enjoy harvests from October onwards. Enjoy that crisp autumn air and pick the uniform, full and flavoursome sprouts for preparing for comforting and cosy Sunday dinners.
We recommend you sow seeds outdoors in rich soil. Sow seeds in rich soil every 4 in (10cm) in a row. If you’re sowing in more than one row space rows 24in (60cm) apart to give your Brussells sprout plants room to grow.
Keep well-watered as soon as the seeds germinate and this will put your plants in good stead. If the area is affected by strong winds, simply prop up a cane nearby to your plant and attach the stem to the cane with string.
Enjoy your autumn to winter harvests of Brussels sprouts – saving you the expense and extra weight in your shopping bag.
How your seeds arrive
Your Brussels Sprout Bright arrives to you as a well-sealed packet of 40 seeds with variety and cultural information on the front and the back of the packet.
This includes the best sowing time, benefits of growing the variety, harvests time, top tips and other handy bits of information to help you to grow your crop successfully and enjoyably.
Can’t plant straight away?
If you need to wait until the advised time of sowing which is given on the packet check the ‘Best Before’ date given on the packet and keep the packet in a dry and cool place like a drawer in an unheated room or garage.
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