Chou de Bruxelles Sanda
An essential winter vegetable, its funny little apples deserve a closer look! Undeniable nutritional and taste qualities. Low in calories, rich in vitamins C and mineral salts. To be eaten cooked with cold meats. Freezes very well.
Practical advice: Sow in the nursery and cover with a little soil. Lead with the back of the rake. You will transplant in place when the plants have about 4 leaves.
Soil maintenance: Tillage and weeding, mulching in order to maintain a certain freshness at the base of the plant.
Watering: Watering necessary mainly at the beginning of growth.
Harvest: As and when required. Storage: Brussels sprouts keep well in the freezer.