Brussesl sprouts are an acquired taste. Hardly anyone under 12, puts them on their plate. But taste buds change and recipes for Brussels sprouts salads, soups, and au gratin direct us to digest this nutritious crop.
In Texas we plant Brussels sprouts in the fall. Brussels sprouts like cold weather. It’s a long season crop with 90 days to maturity from transplants and 100-110 days from seed.
Would you like to grow better Brussels sprouts? Dorothy has a gardening tip:
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Education Opportunities at The Raincatcher’s Garden of Midway Hills
Square Foot Gardening by Stephen Hudkins, Tuesday, February 23rd at 11am in the Vegetable Patch.
Rain Garden Installation by Dr. Jaber and Dr. Woodson, Tuesday, March 1st at 9am, Fellowship Hall.
All welcome, Master Gardeners can receive education credit. Leave a comment if you need more information.
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