Grow It!, Harvest Time
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What’s the Deal with Micro-Greens?

Kath's Outdoor Micro-Greens

New to gardening? Only have small spaces to plant? Want to house an indoor variety? Micro-greens are a perfect choice!

Kath's Outdoor Micro-Greens

Micro-greens are indeed tiny green leafy plants often used to spice up a salad or offer extra flavor and nutrition. Traditionally (some commonly known as weeds today) and regularly used in many ethnic dishes, micro-greens are a hearty way to add nutrient dense elements to your meal.

Space Savers

  • Grown from seeds and only to about a height of two inches
  • Harvested as tiny sprouts
  • Easily thrive inside the home in pots

My Favorite Micro-Greens

Arugula

  • Dandelion
  • Mustard
  • Radish
  • Mint Lavender
  • Arugula
  • Beets

Ready, Set, Plant!

Ready to grow your own micro-greens? Email Garden Eats and we’ll send you our handy guide on us!

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C H R I S T I N E is an integrative healthcare specialist, medical journalist and food writer. Her research, writing, speaking and consulting highlights how endocrine and immune wellness are shaped by the ever-changing epigenetic landscape. To balance this more serious side of her work, Christine loves to concoct, write about and connect people with food. Christine is passionate about helping people become their own advocates for change and thinks everyone has a shot at designing the lifestyle they envision

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