Alfalfa Sprouts Seeds


5 out of 5 stars
(4 reviews)
Availability: In Stock
Nutritious, delicious, and easy to grow! High in protein, essential amino acids, digestive enzymes, vitamins, minerals, and (when exposed to light) chlorophyll. Alfalfa sprouts add lively flavor and texture to salads and sandwiches. The culinary possibilities are limited only by your imagination!
$5.59 30 grams (~12,670 seeds)

Botanical Name: Medicago sativa subsp. sativa

Days to Maturity: 4–6 days

Family: Fabaceae

Native: Asia

Harvesting: Enjoy alfalfa sprouts when the small leaves turn green, usually 4 to 6 days after starting. Alfalfa sprouting seeds have hulls (the outer seed covering), which can loosen during soaking and rinsing. Although the hulls are edible, you may choose to remove them for better sprout flavor, or to reduce the chance of mold due to excess moisture. To separate the hulls, empty your sprouts into a large bowl and fill it with cool water. Move the sprouts around in the water disentangling the sprouts and loosening the hulls, which will float to the top. The hulls can then be skimmed or poured off. Remove any unsprouted seeds at this time, too. Rinse the sprouts once more and drain thoroughly so they are dry to the touch. (Excessive moisture reduces sprouts' storage life.) Your sprouts are then ready to eat or store.

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Alfalfa Sprouts Seeds Reviews

4 reviews

sprouting an interest

5 out of 5 stars Jul 31, 2018
Botanical Interests has the largest selection of sprouting seeds I have come by. I have a hard time finding alfalfa sprouts in the supermarket. I always have some of these going on my kitchen counter. Absolutely the freshest harvest.
Cynthia Keech from MI

High Quality

5 out of 5 stars Jan 27, 2021
Germinated in one day. I grew these in a tray with some potting soil. very quick growing. First time I grew these microgreens, won't be the last. Amazing in salads and sadwhiches!
anonymous from AL

My go to sprout!

5 out of 5 stars Jun 5, 2021
The amount you get for the price is great! 1 packet lasts me all summer of continuous sprouting. The flavor is yummy and so good on salads and sandwiches!
Tanya from TN

Sprouting sprouts in the kitchen

5 out of 5 stars Oct 31, 2021
Winter in our part of Oregon isn't all that cold, but this far north it's a lot dark. Having sprouts growing on my windowsill gives me hope for spring -- and lots of extremely lovely veg for sandwiches and salads. These are absolutely the best seeds I've used for sprouts -- kinda like King Arthur flour for bread. And the lovely gift seeds that came with my sorta big order kept bees happy all summer.
Marilyn from OR

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