Growing Microgreens At Home
Growing Microgreens At Home in Containers
It all started when we ordered house salads. On top was a garnish of arugula microgreens, crisp, green, and with a nutty flavor that left a hint of sweet peppers. While at dinner with my sister-in-law Lisa last Friday, she asked me, “How do I start growing microgreens at home?”
The Easy Guide® To Growing Microgreens at Home
Microgreens grow to one to three inches in height. They are small and come in various robust flavors, bright colors, and crunchy tastes. They are the tender, immature seedlings of edible vegetables and herbs with two developed embryonic leaves. They are young plants that haven’t grown to maturity. They offer a powerhouse of nutrition.