Brussles sprout

Brussles sprout 'Revenge F1'

Brussles sprout - Brussles sprout  'Revenge F1'

Common Name: Brussles sprout
Genus: Brussles sprout
Cultivar: 'Revenge F1'

Category: Fruit & Vegetables

Hardiness: HardyHeight: 0.70 m (70 cm)
Sun/Shade: Full sunSpread: 0.45 m (45 cm)

Soil Type: Normal/Loam
Soil Moisture: Moist, but well drained
Harvest: December to February
Months to Sow Inside: March & April
Months to Plant Outside: May

A long-standing favourite and the best variety to choose for home-grown Brussels sprouts on Christmas Day as the tightly-packed flavour-filled buttons are ready to pick from December to February. The medium-tall plants are extremely reliable with good disease resistance, producing heavy crops which are well-spaced on the stem. Sowing a mix of early mid-season and late varieties of sprouts extends the harvest from early autumn through till spring.

  • Growing Instructions:Sow seeds sparingly under cover into pots or seed trays of well-drained seed compost in spring. Pot on seedlings individually as they grow and gradually accustom to cooler temperatures before planting outside in May, spacing plants 60cm apart and firming in well. Keep well-watered, protect from slugs and net against pigeons. Sowing early, mid-season and late varieties of sprouts extends the harvest from early autumn through till spring.



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