What’s the Deal with 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


  • 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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2 Responses to “What’s the Deal with Micro-Greens?”
  1. Microgreens says:

    They seem really easy to grow. I bet it’s nice to have them during the winter!

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