Microgreens seeds

Microgreens seeds. Heirloom, open pollinated, non-hybrid and non-GMO seeds with no chemical treatments.

The microgreen technique can be used for any plant whose roots, stems, and leaves are all edible. The great advantage is that by harvesting the seedlings so young, you can use plants such as carrots whose stems and leaves become tough and unpalatable in later life.  Although microgreen possibilities cover a vast range, some seeds are particularly popular, combining easy growth with excellent taste.  Please browse the varieties below for our recommended microgreen varieties.



Kale- Red Russian

Kale- Red Russian

Brassica oleracea, 100 seeds

  • Can be cooked or eaten raw
  • Good for baby leaf and microgreens

 

Sow: Late summer and autumn

From $1.00

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Beetroot- Bulls Blood

Beetroot- Bulls Blood

Beta vulgaris, 50 seeds

  • Great for baby leaf & microgreens
  • Candy-striped roots

 

Sow: Spring, summer and autumn

From $1.10

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Mustard Greens- Red Giant

Mustard Greens- Red Giant

Brassica juncea, 150 seeds

  • Good for baby leaf & microgreens
  • Grown for its large red, slightly savoyed leaves

 

Sow: Spring and autumn

From $1.00

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Beetroot- Detroit

Beetroot- Detroit

Beta vulgaris, 50 seeds

  • Globe shaped roots up to 7cm
  • Good variety for baby leaf and microgreens

 

Sow: Spring, summer and autumn

From $1.00

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Tatsoi

Tatsoi

Brassica rapa rosularis, 175 seeds

  • Leaf vegetable
  • Good variety for baby leaf production

 

Sow: Spring, summer and autumn

From $1.00

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Kale- Pink Sprouting

Kale- Pink Sprouting

Brassica oleracea acephala, 300 seeds

  • This variety of kale is best used for microgreen and sprout production.

 

From $1.00

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Amaranth- Red Leaf

Amaranth- Red Leaf

Amaranthus tricolor, 300 seeds

  • Leaf vegetable/salad green
  • Can also be grown as a sprout and microgreen

 

Sow: Spring or after frost and summer

From $1.00

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Amaranth- Green Leaf

Amaranth- Green Leaf

Amaranthus tricolor, 300 seeds

  • Leaf vegetable/salad green
  • Can also be grown as a sprout and microgreen

 

Sow: Spring or after frost and summer

From $1.00

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Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass

Triticum aestivum

  • Great for juicing
  • Very nutritious

NOT TO WA OR TAS

From $1.00

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Alfalfa

Alfalfa

Medicago sativa

  • Fresh nutty flavour and crisp texture
  • Quick growing

NOT TO WA

From $5.25

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Radish- Japanese Sprouting

Radish- Japanese Sprouting

Raphanus sativus

  • Radish for sprouts and microgreens
  • Delicious slightly spicy flavour

 

From $5.00

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Carrot- Sprouting

Carrot- Sprouting

Daucus carota, 650

  • Carrot for microgreens
  • Mild and crisp flavour

 

From $5.00

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Cabbage- Red Sprouting

Cabbage- Red Sprouting

Brassica oleracea

  • Red Cabbage for sprouts and microgreens
  • Mild and sweet cabbage flavour

 

From $9.50

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Radish- Red Arrow Sprouting

Radish- Red Arrow Sprouting

Raphanus sativus

  • Radish for sprouts and microgreens
  • Attractive red stems/sprouts with green leaves

 

From $3.40

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Celery- Sprouting

Celery- Sprouting

Apium graveolens var. dulce

  • Celery for microgreens
  • Strong celery flavour

 

From $5.00

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Rocket

Rocket

Eruca sativa, 125 seeds

  • Salad green
  • Rich peppery flavour

 

Sow: Spring and autumn

From $1.00

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Kale- Dwarf Blue Curled

Kale- Dwarf Blue Curled

Brassica oleracea, 100 seeds

  • Leaf vegetable
  • Dwarf variety, 35cm

 

Sow: Spring, late summer and autumn

From $1.00

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Mizuna

Mizuna

Brassica juncea var. japonica, 110 seeds

  • Salad green/leaf vegetable
  • Mild but spicy flavour

 

Sow: Autumn, winter and spring

From $1.00

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Mibuna

Mibuna

Brassica rapa japonica, 200 seeds

  • Asian vegetable, salad green
  • Mild mustard flavour

 

Sow: Spring and autumn

From $1.00

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Sprouting Onion

Sprouting Onion

Allium cepa

  • Onion for sprouts & microgreens
  • Mild onion flavour

 

From $6.06

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Chinese Cabbage, Pak Choi - White Stem

Chinese Cabbage, Pak Choi - White Stem

Brassica rapa, 100 seeds

  • Tender white stems
  • Good for microgreens

 

Sow: Spring, autumn (and summer in cool and moderate climates)

From $1.00

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Amaranth- Red Garnet

Amaranth- Red Garnet

Amaranthus tricolor

  • Attractive red leaves
  • Baby leaf, sprouts & microgreens

 

Sow: Spring or after frost and summer

From $1.00

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Amaranth- Green Garnet

Amaranth- Green Garnet

Amaranthus tricolor

  • Large green leaves
  • Baby leaf, sprouts & microgreens

 

Sow: Spring or after frost and summer

From $1.00

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Chia- Black

Chia- Black

Salvia Hispanica

  • Fast growing
  • Sprouts and microgreens

 

Sow: Spring and summer

From $1.00

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