Micro-greens are a variety of edible immature greens, harvested with scissors less than a month after germination, when the plants are up to 2 inches tall.
My mum recently started growing micro-greens as she signed up for a course using her SkillsFuture and the course provided her with some seeds to grow.
Micro-greens are really easy to grow and is a great first step to starting your own garden. My mum currently has ‘graduated from micro-greens and now has Russian tomatoes, peaflower and sweet potato plants in our corridor.
Microgreens – Taken from https://everythinggreen.sg/pages/guide-to-growing-your-microgreens
It has actually always been my mum’s wish to have her own garden and to have plants that she can grow and eat.
She really enjoy her time nowadays when she wakes up and start watering her plants and also to monitor their growth.
I have eaten the microgreens that she have grown on sandwiches and they taste good.