Broccoli Microgreens pack a serious punch of nutritional benefits and are one of our most popular seeds. Most of us grow them using a soil-based medium. However, growing them on coco mats is a no-mess, fuss-free alternative and everyone should try it!
Basil thrives in a hot climate and is a perfect herb to grow in Singapore. It's also better to grow from seeds if you use a lot of it. In this blog, we teach you how to grow your basil from seeds. Read on!
Rosemary, basil, oregano, and thyme are all popular Mediterranean herbs that can grow well in Singapore's climate. They are also expensive so why not grow them at home and have a constant supply available? In this article, you will learn how to propogate rosemary from cuttings.
One of the most common mistakes made by home microgreens growers is incorrect seed density. Too many seeds and your crop is likely to have a stunted growth or stand a higher chance of disease (such as mould). Too few seeds would result in wastage. Read on to find out how to correctly sow your microgreen seeds.
Sunflowermicrogreens are one of the easiest seeds to grow in Singapore and offer an abundance of health benefits. They are incredibly tasty eaten as snacks on their own and can transform even the most ordinary of salads, sandwiches or wraps into a presentation that is equally impressive and nourishing.
We just made growing microgreens simpler. Introducing our new Microgreens Grow Bag.
If you're new to growing microgreens, this is the perfect starter pack for you. Each pack comes complete with our formulated potting mix specially for growing microgreens and a pack of seeds good for at least 2 sowings.
We are introducing our Microgreens Grow Bags with 3 varieties to choose from - Asian Salad Mix, Brassica Mix, and Spicy Mix. All 3 varieties are packed with flavours and nutrients.