Gourmet salad greens for those with limited garden space.
Mix and match colours, tastes and textures for a high quality salad product. Microgreens are bigger than sprouts but smaller than baby salad leaves.
Use the following method to grow a taste sensation:
Prepare your tray and make the area smooth. Sprinkle your seed evenly but generously into the tray and finish by sifting soil lightly over the seed. To assure germination and rapid growth, keep the seed tray moist but not drenched, using a spray bottle to do your watering. For delicious, tender Microgreens, it is vital to cut or pick them above the soil line when they're very young as their first true leaves appear. Consequently, harvest time comes quickly, only two to three weeks after sowing.