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A free Sprouting, Wheatgrass and Microgreen Guide is included with your first sprouting or microgreen seed order.
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Adzuki Bean Seed for Sprouting UT
Vigna angularis
Adzuki beans are small, red beans that originated in China. The delicious juicy sprouts are very nutritious, rich in protein, iron, potassium, magnesium, manganese, copper, zinc and B vitamins. They are relatively easy to digest compared to other beans and are believed to help regulate cholesterol. Best eaten lightly steamed or added at the last minute to a stir-fry. Try to avoid sprouting adzuki during very hot or cold weather; best temperature is between 20 - 25C. Adzuki bean seed is also available for sowing in the garden.
SA131
SA132

Please note: This adzuki bean seed is not organically certified, it is supplied as untreated, food grade seed.
Alfalfa/Lucerne Seed for Sprouting UT
No WA
Medicago sativa
Alfalfa is the most popular sprout with a delicious nutty flavour. It is highly nutritious and rich in vitamins B1, B2, C, E, K, D and especially vitamin A; minerals such as phosphorus, calcium (five times more than milk), magnesium, iron, potassium, sulphur, zinc; and a good quantity of protein (35%) and fibre. Alfalfa sprouts are used to support convalescence, and to prevent anaemia and osteoporosis. Expose the sprouts to full sunlight on the 5th day to make them more nutritious. Try to avoid sprouting alfalfa during very hot weather; a germination temperature between 16 - 25C works best. Lucerne seed with inoculant is also available for green manure and cover crops.
SL212
SL214
SL205

Please note: This alfalfa seed is not organically certified, it is supplied as untreated, food grade seed.
Barley seed for growing Barleygrass can be found with the Microgreen Seeds.
Broccoli Seed for Sprouting
Brassica oleracea var. italica
This sprout has a distinctive broccoli taste which is quite hot and strong; it is also highly nutritious. The tender leaves are rich in vitamins A, B, C, E; minerals such as potassium, calcium, iodine, magnesium, sulphur; enzymes, protein (35%) and chlorophyll. It is believed to stimulate the immune system and have a tonic effect. It can be sprouted in a jar or dome sprouter. Try to avoid sprouting broccoli during very hot weather; a germination temperature between 16 - 28C works best. Broccoli seed is also available for growing.
SB154
SB155
SB196
SB163No WA
Broccoli and Friends Sprouting Mix
No TAS / WA
Brassica oleracea
Meet the colourful, easy to grow brassica sprouts, believed to stimulate the immune system and have a tonic effect. A great combination of taste and nutrition; includes broccoli, kale, red mustard and red cabbage. Also grown as a microgreen.
SB306
SB307
Buckwheat seed (unhulled) to grow buckwheat 'lettuce' can be found with the Microgreen Seeds.
Buckwheat Seed - Hulled for Sprouting
Fagopyrum esculentum
'Buckwheat groats' are a delicious, fast sprout; the word "groat" literally means "a hulled seed". Despite its name it doesn't contain wheat, it's a gluten-free seed. The sprouts are very nutritious, rich in vitamins A, B, C, E, F and K; minerals calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium; amino acids and protein (15%). Buckwheat is believed to reduce cholesterol and be helpful against anaemia and fatigue. The sprouts can be sprinkled on salad, used as porridge, or in baking. It germinates best at 20 - 25C; avoid winter sprouting. Buckwheat seed is also available for green manure.
SB314
SB315
Chickpea Seed for Sprouting
Not to TAS
Cicer arietinum
This sprout has a nutty flavour and crunchy texture, it can also be cooked, in casseroles or hommos, to bring out the flavour. Chickpea sprouts have a high content of carbohydrates and protein (20%) and contain vitamins A, C, B, B17 and E; folic acid; and minerals calcium, magnesium, iron and potassium. They are recommended to prevent heart disease, hypertension and other circulatory system illnesses, as they help to regulate cholesterol and insulin. Try to avoid sprouting chickpeas during very hot or cold weather; the best temperature for germination is between 20 - 25C. Chickpea can also be grown in a tray as a nutritious microgreen and an alternative to pea shoots.
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SC318
Cress seed can be found with the Microgreen Seeds.
Fenugreek Seed for Sprouting
Trigonella foenum-graecum
Fenugreek is a very nutritious sprout, high in protein and carbohydrate, vitamins A, D, E and group B; protein (30%); minerals such as phosphorus, potassium, iron, calcium, magnesium and sulphur. Fenugreek sprouts stimulate the appetite and are recommended against anaemia and fatigue. Fenugreek germinates best at 16 - 25 C; avoid hot weather. Fenugreek seed with inoculant is also available for green manure.
SF110
SF105
Kale Seed for Sprouting
Brassica oleracea Acephala Group
This sprout has a mild, sweet taste and is highly nutritious. The tender leaves are rich in vitamins A, B, C, E and K; minerals such as potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, carotene and chlorophyll. It is believed to stimulate the immune system and have a tonic effect. Protein content: 30-35%. Kale also makes a delicious and colourful microgreen when grown in a tray. Kale seed is also available for growing.
SK153
SK152
SK160
SK161No WA
Lentil Seed for Sprouting
Lens esculentus
Lentil sprouts have a sweet, crunchy, mild, nutty flavour. They should be eaten lightly steamed. Lentil sprouts are high in carbohydrate, protein (25%), fibre, iron, calcium, phosphorus, potassium and rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, C, E. They help regulate cholesterol and blood sugar levels.
SL216
SL217
Linseed seed can be found with the Microgreen Seeds.
Mung Bean Seed for Sprouting
Vigna radiata
The crisp and juicy sprouts are very nutritious, rich in protein (20%), iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus selenium, zinc and vitamins B1, B2, B3, B12, B17, E, A, C; they help regulate cholesterol. Best sprouted in the dark to produce long shoots. They should be eaten lightly steamed. Try to avoid sprouting mung during very hot or cold weather; a temperature between 20 - 25C works best. Mung Bean seed with inoculant is also available for green manure.
SM124
SM116
SM168No TAS
SM186No TAS
Mustard is suitable for sprouting, it can be found with the Microgreen Seeds.
Oat and Pea seed can be found with the Microgreen Seeds.
Onion Seed for Sprouting
Allium cepa
This sprout has a mild, onion taste and is highly nutritious. The tender leaves are rich in vitamins, minerals and amino acids. Onion seed is short-lived so store it in the freezer to prolong its life. Try to avoid sprouting onion during hot weather; a germination temperature between 10C and 21C works best.
SO182
SO183
SO184
Quinoa Seed for Sprouting
Chenopodium quinoa
Quinoa is an ancient (pseudo) grain which has been cultivated for over 6000 years. It originated in the Andes region of South America and was considered sacred by the Incas. It is the fastest of the sprouts to grow and can be ready to eat in 24 hours. It has a delicious mild, nutty flavour. Quinoa is the only sprout which contains every single amino-acid. Very nutritious, high in protein (15%), vitamins A, B, C and E and minerals such as phosphorus, potassium, iron, calcium, magnesium and niacin. It can be sprouted in a jar, bag or dome sprouter. Try to avoid sprouting quinoa during very hot weather; a germination temperature between 16 - 25C works best.
SQ104
SQ105No WA
Radish Seed for Sprouting
Raphinus spp.
Radish is a spicy, slightly hot, nutritious sprout. The tender leaves are rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, C, E and K; minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc; plus carotene, chlorophyll, amino acids, antioxidants and protein (35%). It is believed to help strengthen muscular tissues and to stimulate the immune system and the secretion of gastric juices thus improving the digestive process. Try to avoid sprouting radish during very hot or cold weather; a temperature between 20 - 28C works best. Radish seed is also available for growing.
SR120
SR121
SR205
SR123No WA
Radish Seed for Sprouting 'China Rose'
Raphinus spp.
'China Rose' is a crisp sprout with attractive green leaves, pink stems and a peppery flavour. It is highly nutritious, rich in vitamins and minerals. 'China Rose' also makes a delicious and colourful microgreen when grown in a tray. Try to avoid sprouting radish during very hot or cold weather; a temperature between 20 - 28C works best. Radish seed is also available for growing.
SR163
SR164
SR206
Radish Seed for Sprouting 'Red Rambo'
Raphinus spp.
'Red Rambo' has vivid, deep purple-burgundy leaves and stems with a mildly spicy taste. It is an improved dark purple variety with a low % of green plants. It is highly nutritious, rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Very attractive as a garnish or in salads. 'Red Rambo' also makes a delicious and colourful microgreen when grown in a tray. Radish seed is also available for growing.
SR197
SR198
SR199
SR170 UT No WA
Please note: This Radish 'Red Rambo' 1kg seed is not organically certified, it is supplied as untreated, food grade seed.
Radish Seed for Sprouting 'Red Sango'
Raphinus spp.
'Red Sango' has deep purple-burgundy leaves and reddish-white stems with a spicy taste. It is highly nutritious, rich in vitamins and minerals. 'Red Sango' also makes a delicious and colourful microgreen when grown in a tray. Try to avoid sprouting radish during very hot or cold weather; a temperature between 20 - 28C works best. Radish seed is also available for growing.
SR161
SR162
SR195
SR167 No WA

Red Cabbage Seed for Sprouting
Brassica oleracea var. capitata
A beautiful, deep, red-purple sprout with a mild, sweet cabbage flavour. It is also highly nutritious. The tender leaves are rich in vitamins A, B, C, E, K; minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium and chlorophyll. It is believed to stimulate the immune system and have a tonic effect. It can be sprouted in a jar or dome sprouter. Try to avoid sprouting red cabbage during very hot weather; a germination temperature between 16 - 28C works best. Red Cabbage also makes a delicious and colourful microgreen when grown in a tray. Red Cabbage seed is also available for growing.
SC371
SC372
SC499
SC428No WA
Sunflower seeds to grow sunflower sprouts can be found with the Microgreen Seeds
Wheat seeds for wheatgrass can be found with the Microgreen Seeds
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UT untreated; no chemical fungicide, insecticide or rodenticide
edible flower petals to add colour, flavour and nutrition to meals
H suitable for hot and humid growing conditions
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