August is almost over and while Perth is still cold and blessed with rainy days from time to time, I can’t help but keep making a lot of trial and error in growing microgreens. And now I would like to announce the fruit of my labour. Introducing our newest trays of microgreens that will be available for order starting today – Mustard, Cress and Sunflower! Now, isn’t that sweet!? Adding to the mighty ones we have like Broccoli, Red Cabbage and Wheatgrass, these three will give you an additional depth of tangy, sweet, peppery, and nutty flavours. Let me give you some helpful information about these three that you can use for reference.

Microgreens Image Colour Flavour Nutrients Pre-soaked / Harvest Time
Cress Green lanceolate-shaped leaves with white stem Peppery, sharp and a bit bitter Vitamin A, C and E, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Zinc, Manganese No / 8-12 days
Mustard Green heart-shaped leaves with white stem Mild and tangy Vitamin A, C, and E, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Iron, Zinc, Manganese No / 5-14 days
Sunflower Green leaves with white stem Sweet, crunchy and nutty Vitamin A, B, C, E and K, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Iron, Zinc, Copper Manganese Yes / 10-14 days

Now, how to eat them you might ask. It’s the same as how the usual ones are eaten. Mustard and cress are good for salads, sandwiches and other savoury dishes because of their peppery flavour. Sunflower microgreens though is good with everything even in your daily smoothies! If you’re looking for a variety of microgreens that has different textures and flavours, you might want to give them a try. Mustard and cress are sold together in regular and family-sized trays. Sunflower is sold on its own punnet – also in regular and family-sized trays.

I’m happy to share these with you all as I constantly strive hard to provide you with the best and freshest nutrient-dense microgreens. If you want some of them order here.