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Catalog > VEGETABLE SEED INDEX > MICROGREENS

MICROGREENS are kitchen counter plants that have an intense flavor and high nutritional value that exceeds traditional sprouts and baby greens. The tiny leaves can be harvested is less than 14 days, many within a week. These tiny sprouts have very tender and flavorful leaves and stems. Great for salads, on sandwiches and as a garnish.

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Amaranth, Sprouting - Red Garnet (conventional)-Amaranth, Sprouting - Red Garnet (conventional) MICROGREENS
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Amaranth, Sprouting - Red Garnet (conventional)

Amaranth, Sprouting - Red Garnet (conventional)

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Amaranth, Sprouting - Red Garnet (organic)

Amaranth, Sprouting - Red Garnet (organic)

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Anethum graveolens ‘Bouquet’-Seeds Herbs Anethum graveolens ‘Bouquet’ Dill
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Anethum graveolens ‘Bouquet’

Anethum graveolens ‘Bouquet’ Dill

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Anthiscus cerefolium (Chervil - Curled)

Anthiscus cerefolium (Chervil - Curled) 12,000 seeds per oz.

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Arugula - Organic Seeds-Arugula - Organic
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Arugula - Organic Seeds

Common name: Arugula - Organic
Scientific name: Eruca sativa
Days to Maturity: 43 days from seed
Uses: Easily grown green that adds a tangy, peppery flavor to salads. Plant in the spring and again in the fall. Use only young leaves when about 2 to 3 inches long.
Approx. 14,000 seeds/oz.

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Beet - Bull's Blood-Beet - Bull's Blood
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Beet - Bull's Blood

Beet - Bull's Blood Heirloom beet from 1840
Deep burgundy leaves used for salad or micro greens
Harvest tops 35 days and roots in 55 days. Known for its sweet,
beautiful dark red-purple tops and dark sweet red roots.
Exceptional flavor. For salads, sow densely and cut in about 28 days.
Tops will regrow for another harvest. Grows best in cool weather with full sun.
Approx. 1,200 seeds / oz.

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Broccoli Rabe - Spring Rapini

Common name: Broccoli Raab - Spring Rapini
Scientific name: Brassica rapa ssp.rapa
Use: Rapini has many spiked leaves that surround clusters of green buds that resemble small heads of broccoli. Small, edible yellow flowers may be blooming among the buds. The flavor of rapini has been described as nutty, bitter, and pungent. Rapini is a source of vitamins A, C, and K, as well as potassium, calcium, and iron. Harvest the leaves when they are between 10 and 15 inches high for best flavor.  
When to sow outside: RECOMMENDED. 4 to 6 weeks before average last frost or as soon as soil can be worked. Also, in late summer for fall harvest. In mild winter climates, can be sown in late fall for winter, early spring harvest.
When to start inside: 3 to 4 weeks before average last frost.
Special Sowing Instructions: Easy to grow from seed; 65°-75° F is
best for germination.
Days to Maturity: 45 days
Exposure: Full sun.
Water: Regular
Approx. 9,000 seeds / oz.

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Brown Mustard (organic)

Brown Mustard (organic)

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Buckwheat

Buckwheat

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Buckwheat (organic)

Buckwheat (organic)

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Cabbage - Mammoth Red Rock

Cabbage - Mammoth Red Rock

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Cabbage - Pak Choi White Stem

Cabbage - Pak Choi White Stem

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Cauliflower - Self-Blanche

Cauliflower - Self-Blanche

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Celery - Utah 52-70-Celery - Utah 52-70
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Celery - Utah 52-70

Common name: Celery 'Utah 52-70
Scientific name: Apium graveolens var. dulce
Use: Most dependable variety ever. Recommended by USU 11 to 12 inch, dark green stalks. Good heart development and strong roots. Widely adapted.
When to sow outside: RECOMMENDED. 4 to 6 weeks before average last frost or as soon as soil can be worked. Also, in late summer for fall harvest. In mild winter climates, can be sown in late fall for winter, early spring harvest.
When to start inside: 3 to 4 weeks before average last frost. Can tolerate a light freeze
Special Sowing Instructions: Easy to grow from seed; 65°-75° F is best for germination.
Days to Maturity:  90-100  days
Exposure: Full sun to light shade
Water: Regular
Approx. 60,000 seeds / oz.

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Chia (organic)

Chia (organic)

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Clover, Sprouting - Red (organic)

Clover, Sprouting - Red (organic)

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Curled Cress (organic)

Curled Cress (organic)  Garden Cress or Peppergrass.

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Endive - Broadleaf Batavian-Endive - Broadleaf Batavian
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Endive - Broadleaf Batavian

Common name: Endive - Broadleaf Batavian, Escarole type.
Scientific name:  HEIRLOOM - Chicorium endiva
Use: Broad, slightly twisted outer leaves form around 12 to 16 inch, tight-packed heads. Very deep heart is well blanched, creamy-white, and buttery
When to sow outside: Can be planted early for late spring crop or mid summer for fall crops
Days to Maturity: 85 days
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Full sun.
Sowing Endive Seeds: Endive seeds are very fine. When planting in rows, spread the seeds as thinly as possible. Cover the seeds with a very fine layer of loose soil or starting mixture. Water lightly, and keep soil moist. Thin plants to 6" apart, in rows 18" apart. Sprinkle the seeds on top of a fine soil, and just water them in.
Water: Regular
Approx. 16,830 seeds/oz.

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Endive - Green Curled Ruffec

Endive - Green Curled Ruffec

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Kale - Red Russian

Kale - Red Russian. Brassica oleracea var. acephala. Special, refined strain. Purple stems:  flat leaves that are toothed, and dark green with purple veins. The plants mature medium-tall and leaves are tender compared to other kales. For salads, microgreens and light cooking

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Mustard - Mizuna

Mustard - Mizuna

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Mustard - Mizuna Red Streaks

Mustard - Mizuna Red Streaks

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Mustard - Red Giant

Mustard - Red Giant

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Mustard - Red Giant (organic)

Mustard - Red Giant (organic)

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Mustard - Tatsoi

Mustard - Tatsoi

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Ocimum basilicum (Basil - Genovese)

Ocimum basilicum  (Basil - Genovese)

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Ocimum basilicum (Basil - Italian Large Leaf)

Ocimum basilicum (Basil - Italian Large Leaf)

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Ocimum basilicum purpurascens (Basil - Dark Opal)-Ocimum basilicum purpurascens (Dark Opal Basil)
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Ocimum basilicum purpurascens (Basil - Dark Opal)

Ocimum basilicum purpurascens (Basil - Dark Opal). Annual. Large, glossy, dark purple-bronze leaves. Ornamental and flavorful. Yellow or gold flowers. 

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Onion - Utah Yellow Sweet Spanish

Onion - Utah Yellow Sweet Spanish

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Pea, Sprouting - Green (Organic)

Pea, Sprouting - Green (Organic)

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