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Growing Brussels sprouts

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08 Oct 17 Kathy (Australia - temperate climate)
Never grown Brussel sprouts before. They have grown high, but also have yellow flowers, no sprouts as yet. Will they grow now, or remove the plants?
09 Oct 17 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Maybe let grow for another month and sees what happens. Possibly you should have planted quite a bit earlier. I have the same problem with savoy cabbage the last 2 yrs. Producing lots of leaves and no heart. Temps are now high teens at night and around 30 in the day - probably too hot for cabbage broccoli here.
08 Oct 17 Darren (Australia - temperate climate)
Depending if you live in a cool or warm temperate climate, and what month you planted them in. It could be too late if it is to warm where you live, otherwise give it a bit longer to see if they produce.
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