Choose from our selection of microgreens growing kits: The perfect way to get started growing microgreens. Just getting started? We recommend our Hydroponic Microgreens Kit. Looking for more robust microgreens such as sunflower? Our soil-based kit is a great choice. Ready to get serious on a new healthy hobby? Try the Deluxe Microgreens Kit for a great combo of hydroponic and soil-based seeds. Once you have some experience growing with one of our starter kits, you will love to experiment with a variety of new and exciting microgreen seeds and supplies.
The perfect way to get started growing microgreens indoors or outside! Countertop gardening at its best. Soilless approach for no mess. Complete kit includes: trays, growing pads, seeds, instructions & more. Healthy, delicious and fun.
This deluxe microgreens growing kit has a larger selection of seeds and supplies to grow microgreens both hydroponically and in soil. If you are ready to dive into growing seeds that do best in soil and hydroponics, this is the ideal way to get started.
These single serve mini microgreens kits are a fun and inexpensive way to start growing microgreens for sandwiches, salads and garnishes. Choose from Radish, Arugula, Sunflower, Red Streaks Mizuna Mustard, Pea Shoots and Salad Mix. Makes a great gift idea and stocking stuffer.
If you are looking for a great way to get started growing microgreens, this sectional hydroponic kit allows you to grow smaller quantities of multiple simultaneous crops.
Some select microgreens are difficult to grow hydroponically, but thrive in soil: buckwheat, pea, beet, cilantro and our all-time favorite: sunflower! This kit is soil based but can be used to grow microgreens indoors or out, even on your kitchen counter.
A basic assortment of soil based microgreens seeds. Amazing microgreens salads and garnishes. This collection includes two of our all time favorite microgreens, Sunflower and Dun Pea. Also includes chard, buckwheat & more.
This kit is a hydroponic kit, which is soil free and minimal mess. Chia Microgreens can be grown on any kitchen countertop, indoors or out. While the seeds in this kit can be grown in soil, we prefer the hydroponic approach for its clean and reliable results.