'Sprouting Seeds- Alfalfa' seeds
- Fresh nutty flavour and crisp texture
- Quick growing
Sprouts have a fresh nutty flavour and crisp texture that is ideal for salads and sandwiches. Very nutritious. Quick growing.
Alfalfa is also known as Lucerne, it is a flowering perennial in the pea family and as well as sprouting, is also commonly used as a forage and green manure plant.
Seeds per gram: 480
Product code: Z-0006-P
How To Grow
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We do not deliver overseas.
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|Order contains:||Delivery options:||Delivery cost per order|
|VIC, NSW, ACT, QLD, TAS, SA, NT||WA|
|Small seed packets ONLY -||Economy Delivery||$3.00 or FREE on orders over $25||$5|
|Parcel Delivery||Capped rate of $8.99|
BULK seed, garden supplies, tools, or accessories -
Capped rate of $8.99
|Starting from $15.00
(Calculated by weight)
|Live Plants -||Live plants||Capped rate of $10.00|
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Ratings & Reviews
AlfalfaGreat!!! I bought my first kilo of alfalfa for sprouting. With summer on the way, I wouldn't have to just rely on my garden lettuce with sprouts to back me up. It has been fantastic. I cycle 2 mason jars with stainless mesh lid set ups and never run out of sprouts. I always have some seeds that don't germinate, but that is normal so I don't care about that. Absolutely awesome. I prefer the alfalfa to the mung beans of which I still have 0.5Kg left so this time I am buying 2Kg of the alfalfa. One thing that would be great to see in the description is that the 'Seeds are Untreated". I have been told this is the case but it would be reassuring to see this printed in the description. Thanks everyone.
Suitable to sow in NovemberCool Climates Temperate Climates Not sure which climate?