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BRUSSEL SPROUTS, CHURCHILL, HEIRLOOM, ORGANIC, NON GMO SEEDS, EARLY DELICIOUS VEGGIE

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Churchill Brussel Sprout

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Description & Nutritional Value

The Churchill Brussels sprout is a fast growing Brussels sprout that is earliest to mature! Churchill is an early maturing Brussels sprout that produces medium green, smooth, large heads. Sprouts are flavorful, nutritious and rich. This variety is easy to grow and does well throughout the United States. Brussels sprouts are also said to be good for lowering cholesterol and preventing colon cancer.

How To Grow

Brussels sprouts require a long growing season of 80 days or more, and they improve in flavor after being subjected to a light frost. In colder climates, you can start brussels sprouts seeds indoors around early May, and transplant the seedlings to the garden in mid-June, or about four months before the first fall frost. Plant only after the last spring frost. Be sure to allow the full time outdoors for required days to harvest. In warmer climates, fall planting is preferred. You should be able to direct seed in mid-summer for a late fall or early winter harvest.

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How To Harvest

Brussels sprouts take about three to four months from transplant before you can begin harvesting. They grow tall first and don't start producing sprouts until they reach almost full height. Each sprout grows in the leaf axil or joint. They begin maturing from the bottom of the plant upward. Start harvesting when the lower sprouts reach the size of large marbles. Pick the sprouts before they get too large and start cracking and turning bitter. Pulling off the sprouts is easier if you remove the leaf below the sprout first, then twist and pull the sprout. Some people prefer to cut, rather than pull the sprouts. Each plant yields approximately a quart of sprouts total. After harvesting, a second crop of Brussels sprouts may begin to grow at the base of the stem. These will not be as tight as the first buds, but they are still edible.

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Origin

All Seeds are grown and packaged in the U.S. (Each bag is individually labeled)

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Germination

All seed lots are tested for germination.

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Sprouting

Works great with any type of sprouter.

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