Long Island Improved (C) (1890’s) is relatively early and quite productive. The compact plants (about 20″ tall) have stems tightly packed with round firm, dark green sprouts. Brussels sprouts require a long growing season so they are started as bedding plants.Leaf Crops / Brassica (Cabbage) Family (Leaf) / Other Brassicas
Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage (C) dates back to the early 1700’s in New Jersey and is still readily available today. It is a summer cabbage, tender and flavourful, in the 2-4lb range, with a distinctive conical head.Leaf Crops / Brassica (Cabbage) Family (Leaf) / Other Brassicas
Brassica Creature Mix contains a wide range of Brassica family including both leaf and root varieties. Good for animal feed. Seed in the barnyard (allowing time for adequate growth) or in/near the garden to feed (and distract) wild critters.
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Early White Vienna (C) (pre-1860) is a light green variety whose enlarged stem or “bulb” is a slightly flattened globe which remains crisp and stringless up to about 2″ in diameter. A delicious crunchy and juicy fresh vegetable but can also be cooked.Leaf Crops / Brassica (Cabbage) Family (Leaf) / Other Brassicas
Sweet Rocket is a biennial edible flower that readily self-seeds. Flowers are mostly pinks and whites and are known to give off a lovely scent in the evenings (Hesperis is greek and relates to the evening). Leaves can be used as greens in salads and more (for best flavour, pick leaves before the plant flowers). Other culinary and medicinal uses also possible.Leaf Crops / Other Brassicas / Herbs / Culinary / Medicinal / Flowers and Decorative Plants / Perennial Flowers