Brussels Sprouts Seeds

Growing suggestions for Brussels sprouts seeds

Brussels sprouts seeds can be sown either direct or in modules.

Direct sowing: start them in a well prepared seed bed, and a few weeks later transplant the young plants into their final growing position. Sow 1 seed every 3 cm, 1cm deep with rows 30cm apart.

Modules: Sow late winter or early spring, transplant to final spacing after 4-6 weeks.

Draw soil around stems 1 month after planting to increase stability.

Brussels Sprout growing calendar

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Crop history

Brussels Sprouts are a member of the cabbage family, Brassicaceae. They were a popular vegetable crop in Belgium during the sixteenth century from which they were spread to the surrounding countries throughout temperate Europe.

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There is a very high demand for seed at the moment so we are doing our best to keep up with orders and packeting up more seeds. As such we are only accepting a certain amount of orders per day.

Our online shop will be open from 9am each day and we will close it once we have reached our capacity, we have also had to put limits on the amount of any one variety per order (3) and of total order amount (£50), to try to be as fair as possible to all our customers.

Thanks for your patience - we hope you and your loved ones are fit and healthy during this challenging time.

P.S. we apologise in advance if you happen to be in the middle of placing an order when we shut down the shop, and understand how frustrating this would be, but it will inevitably happen to some

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