Jazzy Mix Microgreens Seeds

This packet sows up to eleven 10" x 20" flats.
Availability: In Stock

The varieties in this custom mix will all be the perfect 1"–2" size at the same time, with an appealing flavor and texture combination as well as a beautiful color presentation. Nutritious microgreens can be grown at any time of the year, and are a nutrient-packed way to get your "green fix" in the dead of winter. Move containers as needed for best light exposure and temperature (65°–75°F). Jazzy Mix microgreens are ready to harvest in about 12 to 14 days after sowing, when they have cotyledons (first leaves), or when the first true leaves (second set of leaves) have begun to form, depending on preference.

Mix includes: 30% Sawtooth mustard, 30% Peppergrass cress, 15% Red Acre cabbage, 15% Red Giant mustard, and 10% China Rose radish

$3.99 24 grams

Botanical Name: Brassica, Raphanus, and Lepidium, assorted species

Days to Maturity: 12–24 days

Family: Brassicaceae

Native: Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia

Hardiness: Annuals and biennials

Variety Information: The varieties in this mix are meant to be harvested when they have 1 to 2 sets of leaves for use as crisp, lively flavored raw greens. The leaves are varying shades of green and red, some with red stems.

When to Sow Outside: Not recommended. Microgreens are fragile, and outside soil makes them difficult to clean.

When to Start Inside: RECOMMENDED. Sow indoors any time of year. For a continual crop, sow every 7 to 14 days.

Days to Emerge: 5–7 days

Seed Depth: ⅛"–¼"

Seed Spacing: ¼"–½"

Thinning: Not required

Harvesting: When seedlings emerge, the first pair of leaves to show are the cotyledons, which can look very different from the leaves that follow, called "true" leaves. Microgreens are ready to harvest when they have cotyledons, or when the first true leaves have begun to form, depending on preference. Cool growing temperatures may slow the expected amount of days to maturity. Using scissors, cut microgreens just above the soil line when you are ready to use them.

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Jazzy Mix Microgreens Seeds Reviews

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There is a smell to these seeds that is really unpleasant. I've been growing them indoors and they stink up my whole grow space. The first few times I thought it was rotting seeds, but the smell is in the seed packet too. I haven't been able to bring myself to eat them, as the germination has also been poor. Yuck.
Owner Response: Hi Allie, We are sorry you found the natural odor of the radish, mustards, and cabbage in this mix unpleasant. Cruciferous vegetables like these are rich in glucosinolates, which are sulfur-containing substances that give them big health benefits. You may want to avoid other mixes with brassicas in them if the smell bothers you. Quality is important to use which is why we test our seed lots so frequently, ensuring germination rates exceed federal and our own standards prior to packing. A customer service agent will contact you about the germination issue. Happy gardening!

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