MP Seeds Microgreens Seeds

Microherbs seeds selection

Microherbs, also known as micro herbs, are tiny versions of traditional herbs that are harvested at an early stage of growth. These micro versions of herbs like basil, parsley, dill, sage, lemon-balm, borage or carrot are prized for their intense flavor, and delicate appearance. Their taste is similar but more delicate than taste of their mature couterparts.

They are often used as garnishes, flavor enhancers, and decorative elements in culinary dishes.

Don't let their small size fool you - growing these petite greens may require more effort than regular-sized ones but their exceptional flavors are worth it. 

Scroll down to know what are the most popular microherbs, how to grow them, and what are they culinary purposes. Don't ask where to buy micoherbs...

Grow them by yourself on your urban farm!

Sprouting Seeds

Broccoli, Calabrese Microgreens Seeds

Broccoli, Calabrese Microgreens Seeds
Broccoli, Calabrese Microgreens Seeds

Brassica oleracea L. botrytis cymosa

Variety:
Broccoli Calabrese
Seed Category: Microgreens Seeds
Latin Name: Brassica oleracea 
Difficulty Level: Easy
Seed count per gram: 200 seeds
Sow denisty 10x20 tray: 50 grams
Sprout in low temp.: Yes
Soaking: No
Watering: Moderate
Blackout Time: 2-3 days
Total growing time: 7-9 days
Taste: Mild, fresh
Stem Color: White
Leaves Color: Green
Nutrition benefits: A, B1, B2, C, Ca, Fe, Mg, P

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Availability: low stock

Price:

€5.00

Mung Bean Microgreens Seeds

Mung Bean Microgreens Seeds
Mung Bean Microgreens Seeds

Vigna radiata

Availability: available

Price:

€2.50

Radish, Daikon Microgreens seeds

Radish, Daikon Microgreens seeds
Radish, Daikon Microgreens seeds

Raphanus sativus 

 

Availability: available

Price:

€3.20

AlfaAlfa seeds for sprouts

AlfaAlfa seeds for sprouts
AlfaAlfa seeds for sprouts

Medicago sativa L.

Availability: available

Price:

€2.90

Pea, Jumbo Microgreens Seeds

Pea, Jumbo Microgreens Seeds
Pea, Jumbo Microgreens Seeds

Pisum sativum

Availability: available

Price:

€2.50

Broccoli, Raab Microgreens Seeds

Broccoli, Raab Microgreens Seeds
Broccoli, Raab Microgreens Seeds

Brassica rapa cymosa

Availability: available

Price:

€4.00

Beet, Red Microgreens Seeds

Beet, Red Microgreens Seeds
Beet, Red Microgreens Seeds

Beta vulgaris vulgaris

Availability: available

Price:

€4.40

Pea, Taiga Microgreens seeds

Pea, Taiga Microgreens seeds
Pea, Taiga Microgreens seeds

Pisum sativum

Availability: temporarily unavailable

Price:

€2.00

Beet, Yellow Microgreens Seeds

Beet, Yellow Microgreens Seeds
Beet, Yellow Microgreens Seeds

Beta vulgaris vulgaris

Availability: available

Price:

€8.30

Chickpea Microgreens Seeds

Chickpea Microgreens Seeds
Chickpea Microgreens Seeds

Cicer arietinum L.

Availability: available

Price:

€2.50

Kale, Red Russian Microgreens Seeds

Kale, Red Russian Microgreens Seeds
Kale, Red Russian Microgreens Seeds

Brassica napus pabularia

Availability: available

Price:

€5.50

Lentils, Red Microgreens Seeds

Lentils, Red Microgreens Seeds
Lentils, Red Microgreens Seeds

 Lens culinaris

 

Availability: available

Price:

€3.00

What are sprouts?

Sprouts are young plants that have just begun to grow from the seeds. As microgreens, green sprouts are packed with nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and enzymes, making them an excellent addition to a healthy diet.

Sprouts are known for their crisp texture and unique flavors, adding a delightful freshness to salads, sandwiches, wraps, and more.

 

Nutritional Benefits of Sprouts

Sprouts are highly nutritious. They are packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and enzymes. Different types of sprouts offer varying nutrient profiles, but overall, they are known to be rich in vitamins A, C, and K, as well as folate and fiber. If you want to go deeper in topic of nutritional values of sprouts read our article

Are microgreens better for you than lettuce? Comparison of nutritional properties seeds, sprouts and microgreens and what affects them.

 

The most popular sprouts varieties

At MP Seeds online shop, we are proud to offer a wide range of sprout seeds, including the most popular varieties mentioned below. Our online shop is your one-stop destination for acquiring top-quality sprout seeds to kickstart or level up your sprouting journey.

We understand the importance of having access to diverse options, and that's why we have curated a sprouts collection that includes among others:

  • Alfalfa Sprout Seeds:

    Experience the delightful crunch and mild nutty flavor of alfalfa sprouts by selecting our premium alfalfa sprout seeds.

  • Broccoli Sprout Seeds:

    Discover the nutritional powerhouse of broccoli sprouts with our carefully selected broccoli sprout seeds, known for their high sulforaphane content.

  • Radish Sprout Seeds:

    Add a zing to your dishes with our radish sprout seeds, which provide a peppery flavor and a satisfying crunch.

  • Mung Bean Sprout Seeds:

    Explore the world of Asian cuisine with our mung bean sprout seeds, perfect for creating delicious and nutritious sprouts.

  • Clover Sprout Seeds:

    Enhance the taste and visual appeal of your meals with our high-quality clover sprout seeds, offering a mild and slightly sweet flavor.

  • Sunflower Sprout Seeds:

    Elevate your salads, wraps, and sandwiches with our premium sunflower sprout seeds, providing a delightful nutty taste and crisp texture.

  • Herb sprouts:

    Our seeds like Dill, Coriander, Parsley or Basil, have  confirmed purpose as herb sprouts, but we do not see the high demand for them on the market. Herb sprouts may sound great until you start to grow the on you own, so we do not recommend them as first sprouting experience, more like experiment when you are mature in producing sprouts. Herbs are typically used in their mature leaf form or micro greens rather than as sprouts. Fresh herbs like basil, cilantro, dill, parsley, and mint are used for their flavor and aroma in culinary applications.

 

What are culinary uses for sprouts?

Sprouts can be used in a wide range of dishes. They add crunch, texture, and flavor to salads, sandwiches, wraps, sprong-rolls, soups, stir-fries (we reccomend them for stir-fries esspecially!), garnish of course and more. 

Remember to wash sprouts thoroughly before using them to reduce the risk of foodborne illness. Also, keep in mind that some individuals may have allergies or sensitivities to certain types of sprouts, so it's important to consider your guests' dietary restrictions and preferences.

 

Storage and Freshness of sprouts

Sprouts are best consumed fresh, as they tend to lose their nutritional value and freshness over time. Store them in the refrigerator and consume them within a few days of purchase or harvest. Avoid sprouts that appear slimy, discolored, or have a foul smell.

 

Market Demand

The market demand for sprouts has witnessed significant growth due to several factors.

  • Firstly, there is a heightened focus on health and wellness, prompting consumers to seek out healthier food options. Sprouts, known for their nutritional value and low calorie content, are seen as a nutritious choice.
  • Additionally, the rise of vegetarian and vegan diets has increased the demand for sprouts, which serve as a valuable source of protein, fiber, and essential nutrients for individuals following these dietary preferences.
  • The fresh and local food movement has also contributed to the popularity of sprouts. Consumers now prioritize fresh, locally sourced ingredients for their perceived quality, sustainability, and support for local farmers. Sprouts, which can be grown year-round in controlled environments, align well with this demand.
  • The culinary versatility of sprouts has played a role in their market demand as well. They can be incorporated into various dishes, such as salads, sandwiches, stir-fries, and smoothies, enhancing both texture and flavor. Chefs and home cooks appreciate the versatility of sprouts in diversifying their recipes.
  • The growing awareness of superfoods has further propelled the demand for sprouts. Certain sprouts, like broccoli sprouts, contain concentrated levels of beneficial compounds, such as sulforaphane. This association with superfoods has elevated the desirability of sprouts among health-conscious consumers.

 

DIY Sprouting

You can sprout seeds at home using sprouting trays or jars. It's a simple process that involves soaking the seeds, rinsing them regularly, and providing proper airflow and moisture. However, it's important to follow proper hygiene practices to minimize the risk of bacterial growth.

 

How to grow sprouts professionally? 

To grow sprouts professionally, follow these key steps:

  • Select high-quality seeds suitable for sprouting. Check the purpose of the seeds and the certification of them, they need to be free from diseases and safe for human consumption. 
  • Clean and soak the seeds. Thoroughly clean the seeds by rinsing them in clean water to remove dirt, debris, and any potential pathogens. Soak the seeds in water for the recommended soaking time specified for each type of seed. This helps kickstart the germination process.
  • Germinate the seeds in sprouting trays or containers.
  • Rinse and drain the sprouts multiple times a day.
  • Maintain hygiene and sanitation practices.
  • Harvest the sprouts when they reach the desired length.
  • Package and store the sprouts in a refrigerated environment.
  • Implement quality control measures to ensure freshness and safety.
  • Comply with regulations and food safety guidelines.
  • Establish distribution channels and market your sprouts effectively.

Remember, professional sprouting operations require meticulous attention to hygiene, food safety, and quality control. It's essential to stay updated on industry best practices, seek guidance from experts, and continuously monitor and improve your processes to deliver safe and high-quality sprouts to the market.

 

Why to choose seeds for sprouts from MP SEEDS?

At our online seed shop, we take pride in offering a premium selection of sprout seeds.

One of the key advantages of shopping with us is that our seeds:

  • are not treated with any harmful chemicals, ensuring their safety for sprouting and even raw consumption.
  • We prioritize your health and provide seeds that have been carefully checked against bacteria, ensuring you can enjoy sprouts with peace of mind.
  • Additionally, we guarantee a high germination and sprouting ratio of our seeds. This means you can trust that a significant portion of the seeds you purchase will successfully sprout and grow into healthy sprouts. We understand the importance of reliable results when it comes to professionals, and our seeds are selected with this in mind. MP SEEDS seeds are good for business. Trust us we have done that in the past. 
  • Convenience is another advantage we offer. We provide delivery services all over Europe, ensuring that no matter where you are located, you can easily access our premium sprout seeds. With just a few clicks, you can have the seeds delivered right to your doorstep, ready to embark on your sprouting journey.

Join the growing community of sprouts enthusiasts and experience the joy of sprouting your own nutritious greens at home. Browse our selection of green sprout seeds, choose your favorites, and let the sprouting adventure begin.

Shop with us today and elevate your urban farm and culinary creations with fresh, vibrant sprouts packed with health benefits.

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