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Microgreens Seedpad Mix

You can have it all: rambo radish, garden cress, mustard, kohlrabi, rocket and radish microgreens.

Microgreens seed pads mix


Lieferzeit: 2-3 days

SKU: 5050461 Category:


Microgreens Seed pads mix

Microgreens are young vegetable greens harvested just after they develop their first leaves. At this point the baby plants are up to 40-fold higher in nutrients, vitamins and minerals than their adult counterparts. Microgreens are a true superfood that grow 365 days of the year! They are also packed with aromatic flavors, making them a great ingredient with salads, pasta, meat, smoothies or soups. From a variety of these tender, tasty young vegetables, Heimgart offers with the seed pad mix a selection of rambo radish, garden cress, mustard, kohlrabi, rocket and radish microgreens.

The organically certified seed pads are produced exclusively for the Heimgart gardening system. They consist of a natural fiber pad and organic seed which is fixed and positioned with a natural binding agent. If seeds come loose when the pad is unpacked, this isn’t a problem: simply spread them on the seed pad before covering with the cultivation covers.

With the Heimgart Starter Kit and the seed pads for microgreens, it only takes a few minutes to get the microgreens growing. Two seed pads are intended for use with the starter kit. Once the two seed pads have been placed in the porcelain bowl and watered, the first young leaves sprout after just a few days, providing variety and a healthy spiciness on the plate.

Included in delivery

6x seed pad
6x cultivation cover incl. instructions
Dimensions: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Total weight: 30g

Storage tips

Store the seed pads in a cool and dry place. Avoid direct sunlight. Compost the seed pads after use or dispose of them in the organic waste.

Harvesting tips

Harvest and enjoy the fully grown microgreens within a few days. Since they are young seedlings and not sprouts, consume only above the root.

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