Sprouting Seeds

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  • ALFALFA – Sprouting seeds

    Alfalfa sprouts which have a mild taste constitute a wonderful source of vitamins and minerals. They taste great in salads and sandwiches. You can grow them at home all year long. You can harvest and eat them three to four days after the sow already.

    ALFALFA – Sprouting seeds

    Seeding depth in greenhouses: January – December
    Harvesting period: January – December

    One package contains 20 grams of seeds.

  • BASIL – Sprouting seeds

    Basil sprouts have a distinct taste, and their aroma resembles anise. We recommend to add them to salads, sauces, and pasta. You can grow them at home all year long. You can eat them within six to eight days after the initial soaking of dry seeds.

    BASIL – Sprouting seeds

    Seeding depth in greenhouses: January – December
    Harvesting period: January – December

    One package contains 5 grams of seeds.

  • BROCCOLI – Sprouting seeds

    The mild-tasting broccoli sprouts are full of vitamins and nutrients. They constitute a fantastic addition to sandwiches, salads, sauces, and soups. You can grow them at home all year long. The first harvest can take place three to four days after the sow already.

    BROCCOLI – Sprouting seeds

    Seeding depth in greenhouses: January – December
    Harvesting period: January – December

    One package contains 10 grams of seeds.

  • Cress

    An annual plant with a characteristic aroma and a spicy taste. It is a rich source of vitamins and minerals. It can be sown all year long at home and harvested within a week.

    Cress – seeds

    Seeding depth in greenhouses: January – December
    Harvesting period: January – December

    One package contains 10 grams of seeds.

  • CRESS – Sprouting Seeds

    With their distinct aroma and savoury taste, cress sprouts cannot be mistaken for any other sprouts. You can add them to enrich the flavour of cottage cheese, sandwiches, and salads. Cress sprouts are usually grown, just like rye, on shallow plates around Easter. Still, you can grow them all year long. Harvest them four to five days after the sow.

    CRESS – Sprouting Seeds

    Seeding depth in greenhouses: January – December
    Harvesting period: January – December

    One package contains 30 grams of seeds.

  • GREEN PEA – Sprouting seeds

    The crunchy pea sprouts have a sweet, slightly nutty taste. You can use them in the kitchen in many ways, as addition to sandwiches, salads, soups, meat, and fish. In a sprouter at home, you can grow them all year long. The harvest takes place four to six days after the planting.

    GREEN PEA – Sprouting seeds

    Seeding depth in greenhouses: January – December
    Harvesting period: January – December

    One package contains 80 grams of seeds.

  • MUNG BEAN – Sprouting seeds

    Mung bean sprouts are crunchy and mild. You can find them in many dishes of the Asiatic cuisine, but they also taste great in salads, sandwiches, and steamed or stir-fried dishes. You can grow them all year long indoors at room temperature. Usually, they taste best after three to five days of growing, stir-fried, blanched, or steamed.

    MUNG BEAN – Sprouting seeds

    Seeding depth in greenhouses: January – December
    Harvesting period: January – December

    One package contains 40 grams of seeds.

  • RADISH – SPICY MIX – Sprouting seeds

    A spicy mix of radish sprouts adds a kick to every dish and enrich your diet with vitamins, minerals, dietary fibre, and other important nutrients. You can grow them at home all year long. Radish sprouts are ready-to-eat in no time, three to five days after the sow already.

    RADISH – SPICY MIX – Sprouting seeds

    Seeding depth in greenhouses: January – December
    Harvesting period: January – December

    One package contains 20 grams of seeds.

  • RADISH – Sprouting seeds

    The slightly savoury radish seeds taste great in sauces, scrambled eggs, sandwiches, and salads. You can grow them all year long at home, in a sprouter or in a simple jar. You can harvest them three to five days after the initial soaking of dry seeds.

    RADISH – Sprouting seeds

    Seeding depth in greenhouses: January – December
    Harvesting period: January – December

    One package contains 15 grams of seeds.

  • Radish CHINA ROSE – Sprouting seeds

    China Rose radish sprouts have pink stems and dark green leaves. Their savoury taste with a hint of sweetness perfectly complements sandwiches, salads, and sauces. They look wonderful as garnishing for hot and cold dishes. Grow them all year long at home, on a well-lit windowsill that is not directly exposed to sunlight. You can eat them after three to five days already.

    Radish CHINA ROSE – Sprouting seeds

    Seeding depth in greenhouses: January – December
    Harvesting period: January – December

    One package contains 20 grams of seeds.

  • Radish RED CORAL – Sprouting seeds

    Red Coral radish seeds delight with their crimson red colour and a distinct, spicy-nutty taste. It is worth adding them to salads, sandwiches, cottage cheese, and soups. You can grow them all year long indoors at room temperature. You can add Red Coral radish sprouts to dishes three to five days after the sow already.

    Radish RED CORAL – Sprouting seeds

    Seeding depth in greenhouses: January – December
    Harvesting period: January – December

    One package contains 20 grams of seeds.

  • ROCKET – Sprouting seeds

    Rocket sprouts have an excellent, distinct, savoury taste with a hint of nuttiness. They add an extra kick to all salads, as well as meat and fish. You can grow them at home all year long. Rocket grows fast, and you can enjoy its sprouts four to five days after the initial soaking of dry seeds.

    ROCKET – Sprouting seeds

    Seeding depth in greenhouses: January – December
    Harvesting period: January – December

    One package contains 10 grams of seeds.