Microgreens- Highly Nutritious Baby Plants!

Grown Microgreens in Tray

Incredibly nutritious, tiny & flavourful baby plants grown in trays using seeds


  • Reduce risk of heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease and cancer
  • Lower triglyceride and “bad” LDL cholesterol levels
  • Boost immune system and reduce risk of chronic diseases
  • Improve eye, hair and skin health
  • Cure digestive ailments and relieve constipation

What are Microgreens?

They are highly nutritious, edible young greens, approximately 1 to 3 inches tall, produced from various kinds of vegetables, herbs, or other plants.


Why are they used?


  • Very easy to grow
  • Packed with nutrients & vitamins (Superfood)
  • Great source of antioxidants (40 times higher than mature greens)
  • Available in variety of colors & textures
  • Delicious, having intense aromatic flavour

How to grow them?

Planting Instructions


  • Take a flat shallow tray.
  • Fill it with Microgreens potting mix.
  • Spread the seeds evenly on the surface and cover them with a thin layer of potting mix.
  • Allow the seeds to germinate for 3-4 days in shade.
  • Expose them to sunlight and air when most of them start to grow.
  • Harvest when ready to use.

How to grow them?


Once seeds start to germinate, they need 4-5 hours of good sunlight. A bright sunny spot near a window or a kitchen shelf is an ideal one.



Water them regularly without letting the soil dry out completely. Prefer watering them twice a day; once in the morning and once in the evening, depending on the room temperature. The soil is to be kept moist from the sides using a water spray or a can. Water should not splash on the tiny seeds directly.


How to harvest?

They are easy to grow and can be harvested in around 7-12 days. Take a sharp scissor or knife and cut the shoots just above the soil surface carefully, without affecting the roots. Do not harvest immediately after watering the plant. Rinse the cut shoots with warm water and consume immediately for maximum benefits. They can be stored in the refrigerator in an airtight container; keeping in mind that they lose their nutritional value with time. Decompose the used potting mix and collect fresh medium when you plan to grow the next batch of your microgreens.


How to harvest?

Perfect for adding punch of flavour, texture and nutrition to salads, wraps and smoothies. Also great for garnishing soups, curries, khichadi, oatmeal, vegetable rice etc.

Seeds to grow as Microgreens & Sprouts

Alfalfa Microgreens


Rich in Vit K, C and Antioxidants, Good source of folate, Prevent iron deficiency, Detoxify blood, Strengthen immune system, Help in lowering cholesterol & blood sugar levels

Clover Microgreens


Rich source of Protein, essential Vitamin and Minerals, Powerful antioxidant, Effective detoxifier, Help in relieving menopause symptoms

Sesame Microgreens


Rich in Fiber, Protein & Iron, Good source of Vitamin B complex, Maintain cholesterol & triglyceride levels, Aid blood cell formation, Strengthen immune system

Green Mustard Microgreens

Green Mustard

Rich in Calcium, Folate, Magnesium & Phosphorus, Rich in Vitamins, Have anti-cancer properties, Improve cardiovascular health, Relieve respiratory disorders, Good for hair & skin 

Red Cabbage Microgreens

Red Cabbage

Good source of Calcium, Magnesium, Iron & Fiber, Rich in Vitamins A, E, K, C & B complex, Aid in weight loss, Have anti-ageing properties, Boost immune system, Strengthen bones

Green Mustard Microgreens

Wheat Grass

Good source of Iron, Protein, Calcium & Magnesium, Rich in Vitamins, Support liver health, Aid in digestion, Maintain cholesterol & BP levels, Improve cognitive function

Corn Microgreens


Good source of Carbohydrates, Fiber, Protein & Antioxidants, Rich in Vitamins A, E & B, Maintain eye health, Relieve digestive problems, Good for heart health, Aid in healthy weight gain

Sunflower Microgreens


Great source of antioxidants, Rich in Vitamin E, Folate, Selenium & Manganese, Maintain blood pressure & blood sugar levels, Good for heart health

Red Amaranthus Microgreens

Red Amaranthus

Good source of Fibre, Protein Manganese, Magnesium & Iron, Help lower cholesterol levels, Aid in weight loss, Improve eyesight, Relieve digestive problems

Green Basil Microgreens


Rich in Antioxidants and Essential Oils, Good for liver and heart health, Protect against skin aging, Maintain blood sugar levels

Beetroot Microgreens


Rich in Folate, Vitamins C & Iron, Improve skin health, Delay signs of premature ageing, Beneficial during pregnancy, Good for heart & liver, Boost energy level

Cabbage Microgreens


Good source of Fiber, Antioxidants, Folate & Calcium, Rich in Vitamins K, C & B6, Improve digestion, Good for heart health, Maintain blood pressure & cholesterol levels

Kale Microgreens


One of the most nutrient dense food, Very rich in Vitamins A, K & C,

Loaded with powerful antioxidants, Good for heart health, Maintain eye health, Aid in weight loss

Kohlrabi Microgreens

Kohlrabi (Knol-Knol)

Good source of Fiber & Antioxidants, Rich in Vitamins C & B6, Maintain blood sugar & cholesterol levels, Strengthen immune system



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