Distinctive, vivid, red-purple, one-inch Brussels sprouts have a slightly sweeter flavor than most green varieties, and they are a rich source of Vitamin C and folic acid. The high-yielding plants stand up to cool nights and frost. These mild-flavored Brussels sprouts will be popular at the dinner table late into the season. Aphids are less attracted to red Brussels sprouts than green ones. 140 days. Photo and text courtesy of Ball Seed. Also available as part of our Culinary Breeding Network Collection.
Care: Plant 20-30″ apart in rows 24-36″ apart in full sun, cool moist soil.