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Catskill Brussels Sprouts

Catskill Brussels Sprouts

Catskill Brussels Sprouts

Catskill Brussels Sprouts

Catskill Brussels Sprouts

Catskill Brussels sprouts are an heirloom plant with roots that reach back to 1941. Arthur White developed this cultivar in upstate New York. These plants are stocky: the stems are on the shorter side (24 inches) and very strong, so you shouldn’t have to worry about high winds taking them down. Catskill Brussels sprouts have a rich flavor that it retains even after freezing. Because of the plant’s shorter stature, you’re not going to get a huge crop—but it will be tasty. Pick the sprouts as you need them or harvest them all and freeze them for future use. The sprouts are well-spaced with good air flow, making this cultivar less likely to contract Alternaria.

Characteristics:

  • Midseason-Late
  • Days to maturity: 90 to 110
  • Sprout heads 1 to 2 inches
  • Freezes well

Do you grow Catskill Brussels sprouts? If so, please tell us your top tips for ensuring a delicious harvest.

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