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Brussel Sprouts 

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Red Rubine (New to 2024)

A hard-to-find heirloom variety that is colorful in cool late fall weather. Easily one of the most exciting additions to our catalog in years, red Brussels sprouts stand out in the garden and on the plate. The stunning purple-red sprouts are filled with antioxidants. These have a really nice, sweet flavor when grown in cool weather.

Plant description from Baker Creek seeds. 

Red Ball (New to 2024) 

Red Ball brussels sprout seeds produce plants with red foliage and sprouts, and the colour really improves in cold weather and after frost. Yields on this 1m (39") tall variety are a bit lower, but the dark red sprouts are sweeter, and thought to be more nutritious. Harvested from November to January here on the coast, it looks stunning when cooked, and makes an interesting gourmet side dish. Try removing the buds and "unwrapping" them into individual leaves for an eye catching and tasty side salad. Or serve them whole with a creamy white hollandaise sauce to take advantage of the contrasting colours.

Plant description from West Coast Seeds. 

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Dagan (New to 2024)

Dagan Brussels sprouts, also known as the little marvels of the vegetable world, have been continuously surprising and delighting food enthusiasts for centuries. These miniature cabbages, named after the capital city of Belgium where they were first cultivated, have come a long way from their humble beginnings and are now considered a staple on the plates of many fine dining establishments and home kitchens alike. With their distinctive, nutty flavor and delicate texture, Dagan Brussels sprouts have transformed the way people think about this once-underappreciated vegetable. Whether roasted, sautéed, or even shredded in salads, these vibrant and versatile greens are sure to add a pop of color and taste to any dish. So, prepare to embark on a culinary adventure as we delve into the world of Dagan Brussels sprouts and explore the endless possibilities they offer.

Plant description from Shuncy Love the Green 

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