Brussels Sprouts Stalk, Close Up

This Brussels sprouts stalk was ready for its close-up! I planted seeds in my raised row bed garden last year and months later, am seeing healthy results. I’ll soon remove the tops of the more mature stalks so that my currently small sprouts will become much bigger. Frankly, I’m just happy seeing that the seeds I planted successfully germinated! I’m amused with how excited I still get with any kind of gardening success. I’ll be planting more Brussels sprouts seeds in another part of the garden in September. It’s a good thing I love to eat Brussels sprouts! Even so, this sturdy, vigorous vegetable is aesthetically pleasing as well.

Informative video on this topic, by Gary Pilarchik (2014) is posted here:

 

Brussels Sprouts, Season 1

I’m pleased to see that the seeds took to my raised row bed garden! It’s my first attempt at growing Brussels sprouts, and assuming that they like where they are, these lovely plants will eventually produce the sprouts that I dearly love to eat. I am tempted to harvest a few of the leaves, though. They look so enticing in the sunlight, don’t they?

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