Microgreens - Green kale (Brassica oleracea convar. acephala var. sabellica) - young leaves with exceptional taste find their way into our daily diet more and more often. They are often used in exclusive restaurants because of their tender taste and sophisticated looks. You may grow them successfully at home. They will enhance the taste and appearance of your dishes, but what is even more important, they will supply a large amount of nutrients that are necessary in your diet. Microgreens, like sprouts, are a source of concentrated nutrients. In contrary to the sprouts, they are grown in soil and only stems and first leaves are used in the kitchen. Thanks to growing Microgreens you will have access to fresh plants all year long. Young kale plants are a valuable source of carotene. They contain large amounts of vitamin C, B1, B2, E, K, PP and folic acid. They will enrich our plates with iron, magnesium, kalium and phosphorus. One eats them raw and enjoys the slightly savoury taste. Kale Microgreens may be used as addition and decoration of salads, sandwiches and warm dishes.
They grow rapidly and their cultivation does not require much effort. You may easily grow young leaves on a windowsill or on a balcony. Microgreens seeds should be sown densely in containers or boxes filled with standard soil. You should provide them with access to sunlight, regularly sprinkle with water, at least two times a day. Kale will be ready to be harvested after circa two weeks, when the first leaves will have appeared.
Each package contains 3 g of Microgreens green kale seeds - for growing young leaves with exceptional taste. A growing guide and the sow-by date have been included in the product information.
- Weight: 3 g
- Use: direct, raw consumption
- Harvest time: 2 weeks after the sow
- Site: Indoors - containers, sunny place; standard soil