Black Sunflower Organic Seeds

Aconbury’s organic black sunflower seed in a re-sealable bag.

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Product Name Qty
Black Sunflower Organic Seeds 200g - sample
£1.50
Black Sunflower Organic Seeds 2kg
£11.99
Black Sunflower Organic Seeds 25kg
£129.92
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ABOUT The Black Sunflower Organic Seeds

2kg of Aconbury’s organic black sunflower seed in a re-sealable bag. Grow your own fresh sunflower greens right through the year, a delicious addition to salads, sandwiches, stir-fries or for juicing. Sunflower greens are rich in protein, chlorophyll, vitamins, especially B & E, and minerals: potassium, iron, calcium and magnesium.  Supplied with growing instructions, 2kg is enough to grow approximately 10  trays of fresh sunflower greens with a growth time of 10-14 days. We also supply trays and compost to get you started.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does wheatgrass keep?

Fully-grown wheatgrass trays will keep for up to a week depending on how they are kept – they like cool, light conditions. After a week wheat grass normally gets over grown and loses its lushness.

How do I store it?

Fully-grown wheatgrass trays will keep for up to a week depending on how they are kept – they like cool, light conditions. After a week wheat grass normally gets over grown and loses its lushness.

What seeds are used for wheat grass?

Fully-grown wheatgrass trays will keep for up to a week depending on how they are kept – they like cool, light conditions. After a week wheat grass normally gets over grown and loses its lushness.

What are the benefits of wheat grass juice?

Fully-grown wheatgrass trays will keep for up to a week depending on how they are kept – they like cool, light conditions. After a week wheat grass normally gets over grown and loses its lushness.

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    Excellent seeds
    I have been sprouting these seeds for many years and they are very, very, good. They provide such rich fresh nutrition for so little money. Judy Barber, author of Good Raw Food Recipes