sprouts mung beanRegular price $3.99 Save $-3.99
Grown and eaten by the Chinese for over 3,000 years, mung bean sprouts are high in protein, iron, magnesium, many vitamins, and are a good source of dietary fiber. An essential ingredient in eggrolls and many Asian stir-fry dishes, but can also be enjoyed raw in salads or on sandwiches—the culinary possibilities are limited only by your imagination! 60 grams.
Botanical Name: Vigna radiata var. radiata
Days to Maturity: 4–6 days
Native: Asia, Africa
sprouts salad mixRegular price $4.99 Save $-4.99
The beauty, texture, and mingled flavors of these fresh sprouts will excite your palate! This special mix highlights the flavor of each component in a perfect balance. Alfalfa and red clover mix with a lively boost from the broccoli and kale. Burgundy amaranth adds a pop of color. Try these sprouts on sandwiches, hamburgers, tacos, and scrambled eggs or omelets. Add as a topper to soups and stews. The culinary possibilities are limited only by your imagination!
Botanical Name: Medicago sativa subsp. sativa, Trifolium pratense, Brassica spp., Amaranthus hypochondriacus
Days to Maturity: 5–7 days
Family: ALFALFA and CLOVER: Fabaceae. BROCCOLI and KALE: Brassicaceae. AMARANTH: Amaranthaceae.
Native: ALFALFA: Asia. CLOVER: North Africa, Asia, Europe. BROCCOLI and KALE: Europe. AMARANTH: Probably North America.
sprouts lentilRegular price $3.99 Save $-3.99
Archaeological evidence shows that lentils have been part of the human diet for over 9,000 years. Lentil sprouts are chock-full of nutritious protein, iron, vitamin C, folate, and fiber. Sprouted lentils are easy to digest and will become a staple of your diet once you taste their fresh flavor. Quick and easy to grow!
Botanical Name: Lens culinaris
Days to Maturity: 4–6 days
Native: Asia, Europe
sunflower micro greens organicRegular price $3.29 Save $-3.29
It's no wonder that birds covet the young sunflower greens that emerge in your garden. They know how delectable they are! High in iron, calcium, protein, and healthful unsaturated fat, the greens from these black oil sunflower seeds (loved by microgreen enthusiasts for their fabulous flavor and tender texture) are a nutritious addition to just about any dish that sprouts from your imagination.
Botanical Name: Helianthus annuus
Days to Maturity: 10–20 days
Native: North America
Variety Information: Sunflower microgreens are meant to be harvested at 1"–2" tall for use as crisp, tender, succulent raw greens. Black oil sunflower seeds are commonly found in birdseed mix and used to make sunflower oil. Any variety of sunflower seed may be grown for its edible, young greens, but the black oil seed produces a very tasty, tender seedling that is often preferred by microgreen enthusiasts.
peas shoots microgreensRegular price $3.29 Save $-3.29
Before they are full grown plants, pea shoots are a nutritious, leafy green to add to almost any of your favorite recipes. Extremely versatile, enjoy them in salads, sandwiches, soups, and stir-fries, use them for a pizza topping, or serve as an edible garnish. This packet sows up to 1 1/2 10"x20" flats.
Botanical Name: Pisum sativum
Days to Maturity: 10–20 days
Native: Western Asia, Europe, and North Africa
Hardiness: Frost-tolerant annual
Variety Information: Young, tender leaves and tendrils harvested at 3"–4" tall. Almost any type of garden pea can be grown for its young shoots. According to Japanese research, raw pea shoots contain high amounts of vitamins A, C, E, K, and B-6. In addition, they add fiber and contain carotenes, pigments that are high in antioxidants which have a role in protecting cells from damage. Researchers are also studying the phytochemicals found in pea shoots and think they may have a role in preventing cancer.
microgreens mild mix lgRegular price $3.99 Save $-3.99
The varieties in this custom mix will all be the perfect size at the same time. Mild Mix microgreens can be grown indoors at any time of year and are a nutrient-packed way to get your "green fix" in winter. Move containers as needed for best light exposure and temperature (65°–75°F). Microgreens are ready to harvest in about 5 to 10 days after sowing, when they have cotyledons (first leaves), or when the first true leaves (second set of leaves) have begun to form, depending on preference.
Mix includes: 20% Bull's Blood beet, 20% Rad Acre cabbage, 20% kohlrabi, 20% Pac Choi cabbage, 20% Lucullus swiss chard
Botanical Name: Beta and Brassica assorted species
Days to Maturity: 5–10 days
Family: SWISS CHARD, BEET: Amaranthaceae CABBAGE, KOHLRABI, PAK CHOI: Brassicaceae
Native: Africa, Europe, Asia
Hardiness: Annuals and biennials
Variety Information: The varieties in this mix are meant to be harvested at 1"–2" tall for use as crisp, tender, lively flavored, raw greens. The seedlings are varying shades of green and red.
watercress organicRegular price $2.49 Save $-2.49
With a peppery and pungent flavor, this ancient plant is popular around the world for its nutritional and medicinal value. High in vitamins A, C, and K, as well as providing potassium and calcium, watercress has been studied for its antioxidant properties. At home along streams and lakes, watercress can also be grown in moist, partly shady gardens and indoors in containers.
Botanical Name: Nasturtium officinale
Hardiness: Perennial in USDA zones 6–9, otherwise grown as an annual
Plant Dimensions: 10"–14" tall
Variety Information: Small, roundish, light green leaves with a peppery, pungent flavor and scent.
Exposure: Full sun to part shade
Attributes: Good for Containers
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