mini mar­vels

Kids Go Gardening - - News -

They’re cute, they’re crunchy and they’re packed full of nu­tri­ents. When it’s too wet and win­try to sow seeds out­side, try grow­ing th­ese teeny salad greens in­doors. Mi­cro­greens are quick, easy and fun!

A mi­cro­green is a veg­etable plant which is eaten at the tiny seedling stage. Al­most any vege or herb plant can be grown and eaten as a mi­cro­green. If you don’t love cab­bage, try eat­ing it as a mi­cro­green - it’s like a whole other veg­etable!

Dec­o­rate your din­ner plate with mi­cro­greens. Add them to a burger, pizza or pasta or sim­ply snip and snack on them as they are.

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