Microgreens & Sprout Seeds

Super nutritious and perfectly delicious!

Microgreens and sprouting seeds add natural flavor and variety to your food. They’re ideal for anyone looking to try their hand at gardening, as they’re easy to grow. Plus, they’re incredibly nutritious and perfect for those who are health conscious.

Microgreens are young vegetables and herbs, harvested a few weeks after planting. At this early cotyledon stage, the delicate, tender leaves are not only often described as more flavorful than their full-grown counterparts but also more nutritious, with a higher calorie per nutrient ratio, some boasting up to 40% more micronutrients. Now, that’s a super food. These tender, young leaves are perfect for sprinkling on salads, sandwiches, and even soups, or even adding to smoothies and juices.

Sprouting seeds are germinated seeds that are eaten whole. Easily soaked in water until they germinate or sprout, these tiny seedlings are also packed with nutrients and make a great addition to any dish. There are a variety of ways to get your seeds to sprout, and once they do, you’ll be hooked.

There are many different microgreens and sprouting seeds available, each with its unique flavor. Some are sweet; some are spicy. But no matter your preference, there’s a type of microgreen or sprout that’s perfect for you. In addition to being delicious, microgreens and sprouting seeds are both extremely healthy. They are packed with vitamins and minerals, and studies have shown that they’re loaded with antioxidants which help protect cells from damage. They’re also a great source of fiber. What’s not to love? It’s time to order some seeds for sprouting or microgreens for your garden and see what all the fuss is about.