Learning All Flavors Delicious Microgreen Lettuces can make all the difference in how much salads you eat in your house. Yes, there is a wide range of different tastes which are amazing in a salad or paired up with different meats and wines.
• Argula – easy, a sharp and peppery flavor that works in different salads and sandwiches; Germinates in 2 to 3 days and harvests after germination in 5 to 7 days.
• Beets – a bit bitter, but the baby greens are known for their red stems; germinates in 4 to 7 days and harvest after germination in 8 to 12 days.
• Bright Lights Chard – a colorful, flavorful micro-green among chefs; germinatesin 4 to 6 days and harvests after germination in 9 to 12 days.
• Carrot – sweet and small, adds flavor and to any dish, but grows slowly; germinatesin 7 days; 4 weeks after germination to harvest.
• Magenta Spreen – a bit mild and grows very slowly; germinates in2 weeks and average harvest after germination is 4 weeks.
• Cressida Cress – a curly-leafed green withspice that germinatesin 2 to 3 days and averages8 to 10 days of harvest after germination.
• Dark Opal Basil – includes cinnamon and basil; germinates in 4 to 5 days; harvests after germination in 2 to 3 weeks.
• Red Garnet Amaranth – a pretty, eye catching decoration for a dish. Germinates in 2 to 3 days and its average harvest period after germination is 8 to 12 days.
• Red Giant Mustard – a spicy flavor that grows quickly;germinatesin 3 to 4 days; averages 6 to 10 days to harvest after germination.
• Red GrunerPurslane – grows fast as a pink stemmed plant with an interesting flavor. Germinates ina week; average days to harvest after germination is 7 to 12 days.
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