According to American University, the ideal indoor crop for home gardeners is miniature greens.
Mini vegetables are edible mini vegetables. Due to their rapid growth, they are a concentrated source of nutrients and are rich in beneficial enzymes. Micro vegetables are easy to grow indoors, and vegetables can be grown year-round on your kitchen counter.
The most common vegetables grown as green vegetables are lettuce, kale, spinach, turnips, beets, cabbage, sunflower, broccoli, peas and a vegetable. These foods taste the best and are attractive while you are growing up in your home.
In two weeks or less, you should be able to harvest micro greens, but be patient-the time may vary slightly, depending on your light source and the type of greens planted.
Use sharp scissors to cut the green vegetables above the soil level and rinse with water before adding to the salad. Microgreens can also provide colorful and beautiful decorations for almost all dishes.
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