White Onion Highlights
- Germination: 3 to 4 days.
- Soak: No need.
- Harvest: 11 to 15 days
- Flavor: Strong onion flavor with no tears!
- Nutrients: Vitamins A, B, C, and E, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, many trace elements, and amino acids.
Onion Microgreens are easy to grow and very rich in flavor and nutrients.
It only takes a couple of greens on a sandwich or in a salad to taste the flavor! So, it’s best to start tasting small amounts to gauge how strong they really are!
Onion microgreens smell strongly of onions when chopped, but they never make your eyes water or taste buds burn, even when chopped! Chopping them up creates a wonderful aroma when added to a salad, burger, or steak.
The finished microgreen is a long, slender green similar to miniature chives. You can use micro-onions as an onion bulb substitute for many dishes — fantastic on hamburgers, salads, soups, garnishes, and more.
A small amount of onion microgreens goes a long way, so don’t use too heavily at first.
Harvest onion microgreens when they reach a height of 2 1/2- to 4-inches.
Onion microgreens will re-grow after harvest! You can get at least two or three cuttings.
The thin green stem will more than not have the remains of the black seed resting at the tip. The seed pod isn’t much of an issue when cooking. If it bothers you, they can be rinsed off with running water.
Onions greens are ready to harvest between 11 and 15 days after sowing.
- Home Microgreens Tray is 3.0-grams. The HM Tray area is 37.5 square inches.
- 5- by 5-inch Tray is 2.0-grams
- 10- by 10-inch Tray is 8.0 grams
- also sold by the ounce.
How Much Seed Do You Need For Your Tray?
If you use Home Microgreen planting trays, there is no need to worry. Each seed packet has the correct number of seeds for the provided tray.
However, if you’re using a different planting tray, use the calculators in this post to figure out how many packets or grams of seeds you need.
Click This Link to use Calculators: Planting Tray and Seed Calculators