Now on Microgreens MkII – Microveg….
After we went back to Collingwood School to plant our Microgreens on with year 2 we decided it might be a bit too much to achieve with some classes – so we are trying a different method. Using polythene 2l plant pots we are planting the seeds (carrots, peas, beetroot, radish) in a pot large enough to grow them right through to maturity. Follow our progress to see how it goes…. #Food4Ed
The radish emerged after only 3 days!
Microgreens are just the tiny seedlings of plants which we usually harvest when they are fully grown, basically mini-veg ready to eat in 7 days! If you have ever eaten in a posh restaurant then your meal will probably have included some ‘trendy’ microgreens!
Plants suitable to grow as microgreens are: