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Seed Starting Kit

All the information you need from seed to the microgreens in your plate.

These organic microgreen seed varieties have similar germination and harvest times and are suitable for growing together. No pre-soaking is required for this microgreen seed mix. Keep in the dark for a maximum of 2 days after planting. When the seedlings reach the light, uncover them and place them near a window or under a grow light. It is ideal for harvesting in 10 days at the latest.

With this kit, you can grow microgreens simply and quickly at home, and crown your salads and sandwiches with rich aroma and nutritional value.

  • Up to 40% richer nutritional values compared to their grown forms

  • Easy and fast harvest (suitable for consumption within 1-2 weeks on average)

  • Intense antioxidant values and rich fiber contents

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  • 3 biodegradable growing plates (1 to apply dark and pressure on seeds for germination)

  • 2 sets of biodegradable grow mats

  • 2 packs of Salad Mix

  • Planting, care and harvesting instructions


Brassica Oleracea var. Italica

Broccoli microgreens have a high sulforaphane content with a mild broccoli flavor. It is easy to grow and grows well in both soil and hydroponic media. Its germination is fast, the first seedlings appear in 1 to 2 days.


Brassica Oleracea

Its germination is fast, the first seedlings appear in 1 to 2 days. It is harvested in 8 to 12 days. It has a mild cabbage flavor but is slightly sweeter.


Brassica Oleracea Gongylodes Group

It's a lovely variety that's a favorite when making microgreen mixes.


These high-germination seeds will soon fill your tray with lush microgreens suitable for a side dish or snack! Pairs well with Radishes and other Brassicas species.

Yellow (Golden) Yarrow

Eriophyllum Confertiflorum

Golden/Yellow Yarrow is one of the most versatile herbs in the world. Not only does it have a multitude of uses, but its versatility makes it a valuable resource that can be used in many different ways. It is used as an antioxidant, to relieve headaches and as an antipyretic. It can also be used to aid digestion, menstrual pain, and muscle pain.


Eruca Vesicaria Sativa

It is ready for harvest in 6-8 days. Arugula is easy to grow and is often considered the staple of the spicy side of microgreens and baby salad greens. The flavor of the pepper becomes less intense as it grows.

Red Cabbage

Brassica Oleracea var. Capitata f. Rubra

It is ready for harvest in 6-14 days. Red Cabbage microgreens have small red and violet stems with variegated green leaf hues.


It is a very popular seed to add to microgreen mixes. It pairs well with other cabbages and radishes. It's a great garnish.


Growing Instructions

Soaking the Seeds

This seed mix requires no pre-soaking. 

Preparing the Growing Trays

Spray the organic mats in the growing dish. Mats will soften once wet. 

Sowing the Seeds

Sprinkle and trim the seeds evenly. Make sure the seeds are not piled up in the same small area to prevent mold growth.

Keep the growing plates under dark and pressure for an average of 2 days for ideal germination.

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When sprouting occurs, take your microgreens out of the box and continue watering from the bottom every day in a light place.

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You can consume your microgreens when the petals have matured and the sprouts have started to release their own leaves.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How many harvests can I make with this kit?

Microgreens are harvested and consumed when grown, and are single-use as they are cut by leaving the root during this time, it does not produce more than one product. In our experience, you can make 2 large meals from one grow plate.

When would my seeds grow?

Each plant seed in nature has different germination times. For this reason, we have created the Seed Library so that you can get to know each seed you plant closely. Here you can see how long it will take to germinate under the recommended conditions.

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By keeping your seeds under intensive care during the germination process, check every day that the media has enough moisture and enough light. When you tilt the plate, you can tell if there is water at the bottom that the roots need.

My seeds died right after germination. Why?

Microsprouts need moisture and light during growth. You will see their necks bow when they are dehydrated. If too much watering is done, there may be mold on the roots. You can easily tell the difference between true mold and natural plant root. Healthy seed roots are hairy and become transparent when wet. Mold is in the form of layers and you will see that it does not disappear when you wet it. In case of mold formation, you should completely remove the area and throw it away.

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