Not everyone has a large garden, an allotment, a vegetable plot to grow vegetables.
That doesn’t mean you can’t still grow a few home-grown, fresh vegetables when you want them. If you have room for a pot, grow bag, or even a window box.of any size then there is nothing to stop you from having a go at growing your own.
This is my choice of sprout and I've grown them since they were first introduced. They have a good flavour and stand the cold weather well when other varieties fail. Crop very well too.
Stood up well to gales
Thursday, 16 January 2014 | Arthur
This variety grew strong tallish plants that produced a good crop of tight sprouts with a very acceptable flavour. A bonus was their ability to stand up straight in the high winds this winter as opposed to the Purple Sprouting Broccoli which ended up at about 30 degrees to the ground.
Thursday, 2 January 2014 | Peter
I've been growing these for a few years and they always crop really well and taste great