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Urban Cultivator Kitchen

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Modern Hive Design added this to A Green-Thumb Guide to Growing Food Indoors
Microgreens take up very little space (only the footprint of their seeds), so a sizable harvest can be grown in a tiny container. Here, microgreens are grown in a special under-bench garden with a full-spectrum grow light, a great idea for homes that may not have a sunny windowsill.A few varieties to try indoors are:MizunaKaleRadishMustardCabbageTatsoiPak choiHarvest your microgreens when the first set of leaves emerge. You can cut them off at soil level, or stop watering for a couple of days, pull them completely from the soil and rinse. They’re a beautiful garnish and a crisp and flavour-packed addition to salads and sandwiches.

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Gigi Greenbird added this to Herbals
Microgreens take up very little space (only the footprint of their seeds), so a sizable harvest can be grown in a tiny container. Here, microgreens are grown in a special undercounter garden with a full-spectrum grow light, a great idea for homes that may not have a sunny windowsill.A few varieties to try indoors are:MizunaCollard greensKaleRadishMustardCabbageTatsoiPak choiHarvest your microgreens when the first set of leaves emerge. You can cut them off at soil level, or stop watering for a couple of days, pull them completely from the soil and rinse. They’re a beautiful garnish and a crisp and flavor-packed addition to salads and sandwiches.
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if_endif added this to Sunroom
Microgreens take up very little space (only the footprint of their seeds), so a sizable harvest can be grown in a tiny container. Here, microgreens are grown in a special undercounter garden with a full-spectrum grow light, a great idea for homes that may not have a sunny windowsill.A few varieties to try indoors are:MizunaCollard greensKaleRadishMustardCabbageTatsoiPak choiHarvest your microgreens when the first set of leaves emerge. You can cut them off at soil level, or stop watering for a couple of days, pull them completely from the soil and rinse. They’re a beautiful garnish and a crisp and flavor-packed addition to salads and sandwiches.

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