This variety produces small apples dark green farms. Contains vitamins A and C and iron and phosphorus. The Brussels sprouts is hardy, productive and resistant to cold making it ideal for late fall harvest and winter. Brussels cabbage is delicious steamed or prepared with bacon salad.
1. Sowing: Sow March (under cover) to June.
2. Thinning: 4-5 weeks after sowing, pull the smaller plants and keep only the strongest to leave only cabbage every 10 cm.
3. Transplanting: When your sprouts have 5-6 leaves, plant them in the ground in 40 x 50 cm distance.
4. Harvest: Harvest from October to February.
Cabbage like the nearby celery because it protects it from pests.