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A Great English Institution from the USA , (Circa 1892 - USA) Brassica oleracea - A Green variety Introduced in the 1890s, this historic heritage open-pollinated semi-dwarf, (24-inch) variety was once the most important commercial sprout in the United States. It’s a compact Brussels sprout with heavy yields! This is a workhorse variety that produces sturdy spikes with yields of 75 to 100 dark green edible florets that mature from the bottom up and take on sweeter more flavourful tones after a light frost. Brussels sprouts mature 80-115 days from transplant , Seed Count Approx - 200 avg, .......... Additional charges on Postage and Handling for SEEDS may apply outside of the United Kingdom.