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GIY Microgreen kits

Growing microgreens  is one of the easiest, quickest, and most successful gardening experiences you can have right from your own countertop. You don’t need a lot of special materials or conditions in order to get results. It can help to start with a microgreens growing kit, which makes it easy to enjoy the benefits of growing your own food. 

Why we love microgreens. They might be small, but the nutritional value is big. Scientists estimate you can get as much as 40 times the nutrients out of microgreens, compared to mature plants. They’re quite popular with chefs and foodies, too.

Rarely do we know where the vegetables have been produced, the journey they have undertaken, and the chemicals sprayed on them in the process. No matter what skill level you growing abilities are, we have a microgreens growing kit suited just for you. Grow your own full large tray of one type of microgreens or grow smaller trays of different types to experiment with growing and flavor combinations. We have hydroponic kits for a cleaner growing experience, and soil kits for a more traditional growing experience. Most microgreens kits come with seeds and growing supplies to help you have a successful crop. Each kit will list its contents below. We hand blend most of our seeds meaning we combine specific types if cultivars together, we do this to give you not.

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Cindy- First time grower

“Broccoli is incredible. It can prevent DNA damage and metastatic cancer spread; activate defences against pathogens and pollutants; help to prevent lymphoma; boost the enzymes that detox your liver; target breast cancer stem cells; and reduce the risk of prostate cancer progression.”


“Pizza certainly has its place in school meals, but equating it with broccoli, carrots and celery seriously undermines this nation’s efforts to support children’s health and their ability to learn because of better school nutrition.”

Jared Polis

“Famously cancer fighting, laden with vitamins, minerals, soluble fiber, and phytonutrients, broccoli and its relatives are among the healthiest ingredients of the human diet.”

Kate Christensen