Microgreens- S9 Garden Cress Microgreens (5g)
Microgreens- S9 Garden Cress Microgreens (5g)
Microgreens- S9 Garden Cress Microgreens (5g)
Microgreens- S9 Garden Cress Microgreens (5g)
Microgreens- S9 Garden Cress Microgreens (5g)
Microgreens- S9 Garden Cress Microgreens (5g)
Microgreens- S9 Garden Cress Microgreens (5g)
Microgreens- S9 Garden Cress Microgreens (5g)

Microgreens- S9 Garden Cress Microgreens (5g)

$5.70

S9 Garden Cress Microgreens

Organic, fast, and easy growing variety favorite by many chefs for its superb, peppery flavor perfect in soups, salads, and garnishes. Adds a great touch to juices, smoothies, salad mixes, etc. Loaded with a generous amount of health benefiting nutrients, it's a perfect variety to a microgreen collection. Can be grown for sprouts (4-5 days) or microgreens (8-12 days). Can be grown year-round. Easy for kids.

Growing:

1. Soak seeds overnight to speed up the germination process.

2. Select the appropriate containers. A clean deli container with holes punched at the bottom is ideal for growing microgreens.

3. Pour fine-textured potting mix into the container.

4. Scatter seeds thickly over the moist soil.

5. Cover the container with a dark lid that has plenty of small holes to allow good air circulation. Check on the germinating seeds daily, and moisten the soil when necessary.

6. After 3-4 days, remove the dark lid and pick a bright location for the container. A south-facing windowsill where microgreens can get plenty of natural sunlight is ideal.

7. Give emerging microgreens enough-but not too much-water. The soil should always be moist but never flooded with water.

8. Once microgreens are a few inches tall and have developed small leaves, they are ready for harvest. To harvest the crop, use sharp kitchen scissors or a clean knife to cut microgreens close to the soil. Rinse and use seedling immediately, or store them in a resealable bag in the refrigerator.