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Sunflower Microgreens

Sunflower microgreens have the deliciously nutty flavor of raw sunflower seeds with the texture of spinach. Not only is sprouting sunflower seeds easy, but they are ready to harvest and eat in two weeks! Sunflower microgreens are one of the most underrated sprouts out there in my opinion!

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Radish Microgreens

Radish microgreens are one of the easiest and quickest microgreens to grow. As such, they are an awesome variety for first-time growers to sow, raise, and harvest. The seeds are easy to handle, they germinate quickly, grow like weeds, are easy to harvest, and provide ton of flavor and crunchy texture to food.

Pea Microgreens

Pea microgreens taste much like full-grown peas and are known for being sweet, like snow peas. They're full of vitamins that are anti-inflammatory and boost cardiovascular health. ... The first is just after germination when the pea seeds sprout. Some gardeners harvest pea sprouts, but we're after the next stage.


Broccoli Microgreens

Broccoli microgreens contain a high level of vitamin C which boosts your immune system ability to fight disease. It also has plenty of vitamin A which is good for eye health, especially as you age. Vitamin A is also useful to prevent urinary stones and keep your bones and teeth healthy.

Borage Microgreens

Borage microgreens are unique in that they have tiny hairs on the surface of the stem. The stems and leaves vary from light green to green. The flavor is similar to cucumbers with a cantaloupe aftertaste. Borage microgreens add flavor profiles to salads, soups, and sandwiches.

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Kale Microgreens

Kale microgreens are some of the faster and easier to grow micros out there, making them a great starter crop for beginners. ... The cultivar that I prefer to grow is Red Russian Kale, mostly due to the beautiful coloration on the stem — a light, pinkish-red hue that paints a stark contrast with the green leaves.

Cilantro Microgreens

Cilantro microgreens are simply the process of producing fresh, young versions of these leaves in a very short space of time. Cilantro Microgreens. The great news is that it's easy to start growing cilantro microgreens at home; you need very little space and they'll be ready within a couple of weeks!

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Amaranth Microgreens

Amaranth microgreens are definitely one of the lesser-known microgreens, but you may have encountered it in its seed form. It's an annual or perennial plant that grows around the world. There are roughly 70 species, some that grow to become purple, red, green, or gold.

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