Brussels Sprouts Seeds
Brussels Sprouts are members of the brassica family and it’s thought that a form was first cultivated by the Romans. Brussels Sprouts as we would know them date back to the 13th century and were grown in the region of Belgium that gave them their name, the first written reference was in 1587. Modern hybrid Brussels Sprouts are a revelation for reliability of cropping and the holding power of buttons on the stems. New varieties have a greatly improved flavour and some are so sweet that they are delicious eaten raw, grated into salads.