The Greens

Microgreens are just early ​versions of regular ​herbs and veg, cut before they’ve had a chance to grow. As the goal is micro-sized, trays are sown with loads more seeds than would be sown if growing the full-sized thing whilst not needing any soil. The results are ​punchy flavours, high nutrient density and something edible that can grow​ indoors all year-round.

Growing greens for a few weeks is naturally pretty fault-free, there’s just not that much time for things to go wrong and the Jelly type soil we use even reduces the watering. Loads of plants that you’d otherwise not grow indoors can be grown this way. Some trays consist of a mix of different seeds whilst some will be on their own.

The greens will behave differently. Some are slender or have smaller leaves or no leaves at all, whilst others are bushy. Some seeds will cling on to the tops of the stem, some will produce lots of root hairs and some will grow fast, others slow, then some will be slow to start but grow faster when they do. With a selection in each box, these variances help complement the box as a whole.

Micro Greens Garlic Chive
Micro Greens Kale
Grow Micro Radish with Sillygreens
Micro Greens Tatsoi
Micro Greens Wasabi
Micro Greens Rocket
Grow Micro Leeks with Sillygreens
Grow Red Basil with Sillygreens
Grow Micro Mizuna with Sillygreens
Grow Red Amaranth with Sillygreens
Micro Greens Broccoli
Micro Greens Khol Rabi
Micro Greens Red Mustard
Micro Greens Sunflower
Micro Greens Pea
Micro Greens Pak Choi

How they grow

The package doubles up as the tray to grow the greens

Tear away the lid and see what’s on it’s way

Give a light water once they’ve sprung up

A week or so later, snip the greens to eat

Add on soups, in sandwiches or mix into salads

How they grow

The package doubles up as the tray to grow the greens

Tear away the lid and see what’s on it’s way

Tear away the lid and see what’s on it’s way

Tear away the lid and see what’s on it’s way

Place on a windowsill, leave the card resting on top for a few days to help them push up.

Give a light water once they’ve sprung up

A week or so later, snip the greens to eat

Add on soups, in sandwiches or mix into salads