Organic Broccoli Microgreen Seeds Highlights
- Germination: 2 to 3 days.
- Soak: No need.
- Harvest: 8 to 12 days
- Flavor: Tender plants with mild broccoli and earthy flavor. Some taste a cabbage-like flavor.
- Nutrients: Over 220% Vitamin C, Vitamin A & B6, calcium, iron, and magnesium.
These are non-GMO and organic broccoli microgreen seeds.
Broccoli is a recommended starter microgreen. They are easy to grow and have a deliciously mild, fresh cabbage flavor, and they make a great addition to any microgreen salad or garnish.
The leaves are brilliant green. They have a thin whitish stem with light shades of purple.
Broccoli microgreens are a favorite because of their health benefits; they’re an excellent source of sulforaphane and other vitamins and minerals.
In my opinion, broccoli is the most nutritional microgreen available and is reported to have cancer-fighting properties.
While broccoli heads take over 100 days to grow, broccoli microgreens grow in just eight days and have the same distinct flavor.
They also have higher nutritional value by weight, and their small size and soft texture require little prep before serving.
Broccoli microgreens are an excellent choice as a base for any microgreens salad, added to salads or eggs just before serving.
However, you can use broccoli microgreens anywhere you would use broccoli florets. Their mild spicy flavor and lack of bitterness make them liked by those who dislike mature broccoli.
Organic Broccoli Microgreen Seeds Package Size
- The Home Microgreens tray packet weighs 3.3 grams and contains approximately 830 seeds.
- The 1010 tray packet weighs 8.9 grams.
We also sell Organic Broccoli microgreen seeds in the following sizes.
- By the Ounce, and
- In 4-ounce packages.
How Much Seed Do You Need For Your Tray?
You don’t need to worry about how much seed you need if you use Home Microgreen planting trays or 1010 trays. Each seed packet has the correct number of seeds for a perfect tray of broccoli microgreens.
The seeding area of a Home Microgreen Tray is 37.5 square inches.
However, if you’re using a different planting tray, use the calculator in the article below to figure out how much seed you need.
Click this link to use the calculator: Home Microgreens Seed Density Calculator.