• How to Grow Wheatgrass - Organic Spelt Grain

    Wheatgrass is one of nature's superfoods. Growing your own is a satisfying and economical way to get fresh wheatgrass, ready for home juicing. We recommend you use organic compost or soil to ensure you have the best nutritious wheatgrass juice. Spelt is an ancient type of wheat that hasn’t been developed for its gluten or starch properties, and we believe it grows the best wheatgrass.

  • Organic Alfalfa Seed / Sprouts: Home Growing Instructions

    Put about l0g of seed in a glass jar, fill with water and leave to soak for about 12 hours. Don’t allow the seeds to float. After soaking, fix some muslin over the mouth of the jar with a rubber band and drain off the water. Rinse with fresh water and drain off the water immediately.

  • Organic Rocket: Home Growing Instructions

  • Organic Wheat Grain: Home Growing Instructions

    Wheatgrass is one of nature's superfoods, and growing your own is a satisfying and economical way to get fresh wheatgrass, ready for home juicing. We recommend you use organic compost or soil to ensure you have the best nutritious wheatgrass.

  • Organic Barley Grain: Home Growing Instructions

    Barley grass is one of nature's superfoods, similar to wheatgrass, and growing your own a satisfying and economical way to get fresh barley grass, ready for home juicing. Barley grass juice is easy to digest and has a milder but quite bitter taste compared to the sweet wheatgrass juice. If you find the taste too bitter we recommend you drink it with fresh juice such as organic pear or apple juice. We recommend growing the grain in organic compost or soil.

  • Organic Snow Pea Seed: Home Growing Instructions

  • Organic Black Sunflower Seed (Sunflower Greens): Home Growing Instructions

    Sunflower Greens are beautiful nutritious shoots with green leaves, which are grown to about 3-4 inches height. They are then suitable for harvesting and adding to salads, sandwiches, stir-fries or juices. They are a rich source of chlorophyll, an anti-oxidant, high in vegetable protein, B complex vitamins, vitamin E and minerals including potassium, iron, calcium and magnesium. Growing your own is the most satisfying and economical way to get fresh Sunflower Greens. We recommend you use organic compost or soil to ensure you have the best nutritious shoots.

  • Organic Buck Wheat: Home Growing Instructions

  • Organic Fennel Seed: Home Growing Instructions

  • Organic Alfalfa Seed / Sprouts: Home Growing Instructions

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