Microgreens - How To Grow Nature's Own Superfood - BF685

Microgreens - How To Grow Nature's Own Superfood Microgreens - How To Grow Nature's Own Superfood


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Learn to Grow Your Own Superfood

By Fionna Hill

Microgreens are the first true leaves of herbs and vegetables -- and today's hottest gourmet garnish! Microgreens pack a powerful nutritional punch, are easily grown in containers as small as a bowl, and can be ready to harvest in a week, giving quick rewards for the effort.

  • Grow, harvest, and prepare the 20 most popular microgreens, including arugula, beet, kale, radish, wheatgrass, and basil
  • Instructions explain which containers and growing media to use
  • How to prepare, sow and how to harvest
  • Includes 15 easy recipes that make the most of microgreens

Softcover. 108 pages. Firefly Books 2010.

  • Item Model Number: BF685
  • Shipping Dimensions: 11 x 8.5 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds

Customer Reviews

Very informative

When I got this book, I didn't realize it wasn't about sprouts! But now I have been informed - microgreens are not the same as sprouts. They are bigger, and require soil. I can't wait to get some going. These are great to grow in limited space, which works well for me since I live in an apartment.

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