Sprout Seed, Zesty Mix
Seeds for sprouting, fresh eating.
Zesty mix of our favorite sprouting seeds. These are easy to grow (sprout) and are quick to germinate. Sprouts can be grown all year round for delicious and nutritious eating.
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Order: 1 Pkt. (1/4 lb)
Days To Maturity
Fall, Spring, Summer
How to Sow
- Spread seeds evenly in a sprouter or shallow container filled with good quality, sterile soil.
- No need to plant and cover seeds, allow them to sit on top of soil.
- Keep moist by rinsing once or twice per day but do not allow to stand in water.
- Keep in a warm (70 degrees F), dark place until the seed spouts.
- Seeds sprout in 5-7 days.
How to Grow
- Move to light when sprouts are 1-2 inches tall.
Harvest and Preserving Tips
- Harvest when 2-4 inches tall.
- Rinse well before serving.
- Sprouts are excellent in salads and prepared dishes.
- Eat them as soon as possible to assure maximum vitamin content.
Days To Maturity5-7 daysSunPart SunHeight1-2 inchesSow MethodIndoor SowPlanting TimeFall, Spring, SummerLife CycleAnnual
Sprout Seed, Zesty Mix is rated out of 5 by 4.Rated 4 out of 5 by APaul from Give this mix a chance I too was a bit unsure about the smell, but follow the directions, making sure to rinse with cold water and the sprouts are just fine. I will say that they are zesty or spicy. My batches always have a very strong radish flavor. I love alpha sprouts, but can't seem to find those, so I tried these and I also bought the broccoli sprouts, which I have in my seed sprouter now. Very easy to grow.Date published: 2014-06-25Rated 1 out of 5 by vitti from Smell I don't understand this sprout mix. There's a horrible smell that comes out of them once you wet them. I was afraid to use them. After 2 failed attempts. I'm trying to sprout them in a tray with organic potting soil now just to see what happens. Can anyone explain?Date published: 2012-05-10Rated 5 out of 5 by Peapicker from These are a snap I purchased mung bean seeds but I did not buy the kit since I had a sprouting jar from long ago. It would be easy to cobble one at home from a canning jar, screw-on ring and a piece of fine screen (plastic wouldn't rust). Just moisten the seeds once or twice each day and drain through the screen. In a few days you are decorating your sandwiches and salads with crunchy sprouts. Too bad "atthelake" didn't persevere.Date published: 2010-06-21Rated 1 out of 5 by atthelake from No Kit, No Sprouts The picture show sprouts in an apparent pyrex bowl. Seeing that, I thought I didn't need to buy a $30 kit. Wrong. Sprout instructions were to follow the instructions on my kit. Since I don't intend to buy a kit, the sprouts were a waste of moneyDate published: 2009-03-22