Plant of the Month Recipes – November – Brussels Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts are these wonderful little cabbage looking vegetables. They have a sweet, nutty and smoky flavor that’s hard to resist. Brussels vary in taste depending on the size and method of cooking. For maximum flavor we would suggest roasting them to bring out the natural sugars and give them that crispy and caramelized texture yumminess.

  • When to Grow: Should be planted in early spring or mid to late summer to mature in the fall.
  • Zone: Zones 3 to 10
  • Where: They need room to spread out and need at least 6 or more hours of sun daily. They also need to be planted in well-drained fertile soil.
  • Harvesting: Fall is the perfect time to harvest but they do take a long time to mature approx. 100 days but need to be picked before the buds start to turn yellow and being to open.
  • Fun Fact: Brussels sprouts were first cultivated in the city of Brussels, which is how they got their name. They’re sometimes called Brussel sprouts, which is incorrect.

Check out these amazing Brussels Sprouts Recipes!

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Dinner

Side

kind of desserty

Cocktail

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