Little indoor microgreens garden Our supply of homegrown greens all year, so much value (so full of nutrients and sooo delicious!) in the tiniest space with such a small amount of input.
We have a tray on the utility room windowsill to catch any water and within that we re-use old shallow plastic raspberry containers, and some mushroom containers (cut down) with a few holes in the bottom for drainage.
They only need a really small amount of compost, the seed is sown thickly on top, watered and covered for a day (stack them or I use a dark towel), then left on a sunny windowsill and within a week or 2 you can harvest the most tasty, super nutritious greens! I'll post a step by step with photos on my blog soon.
They are absolutely delicious on pasta, salads, pizza, sandwiches (basically anything!). Rocket microgreens are my absolutely favourite, but we also grow kale, radish, broccoli and cabbage - our seeds were from Premier Seeds Direct on eBay (suuuper cheap - 99p delivered for most packs plus discounts for more). Do you grow microgreens? Would you give them a go? L x - 11 minutes ago