Brussels Sprouts: If you think you don't like them, try growing your own! You'll be amazed at the difference in flavor and texture. These gems are best sown in midsummer and harvested in late fall long after many traditional vegetable crops are gone.
Cauliflower: Mild and versatile flavor makes it a favorite for kids and adults! Broil or bake to bring out its rich flavor. Wonderful in soups or simply eaten fresh from the garden. Rich in sulfur compounds, vitamin C, fiber and folate, cauliflower can help maintain cholesterol levels.
Broccoli can be stored fresh in a ventilated bag, unwashed for up to 7 days.
Cabbage Looper and Cabbageworm can pose a problem to Brassica. The worms can be hand-picked early in the morning each day or Green Step II™ Caterpillar Control can be used. One or two well-timed applications of Green Step after early signs of damage is usually enough to control these brassica pests.Back to Top