Green Peas Organic

Green Peas Organic

SKU: SS110
CERTIFIED ORGANIC! Green peas organic sprouting seeds are our most popular sprouting seed, and produce large, mild sprouts. Some growers like to enjoy pea sprouts just after germination, when they are still crunchy and sweet like freshly picked garden peas. Read More
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CERTIFIED ORGANIC! Green peas organic sprouting seeds are our most popular sprouting seed, and produce large, mild sprouts. Some growers like to enjoy pea sprouts just after germination, when they are still crunchy and sweet like freshly picked garden peas. Others prefer to let the root and stem grow for a day or two, and harvest them more like long pea shoots. Green Peas also make splendid microgreen pea shoots if grown in soil. No matter how they are grown, pea sprouts have an appealing texture and flavour, and can stand alone as a salad on their own. They also add a nice touch to stir-fries, but be sure to add them near the end of cooking, so they maintain their magical crunch.

Quick Facts:

    • Big chunky sprouts
    • Can be eaten just after sprouting
    • Can be eaten as pea shoots
    • Tons of nutrients
    • Certified Organic!

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How to Grow Sprouts

Sprouts can be grown in any climate. They mature in 3–5 days, and can be planted any time of the year. They don’t require soil or sunshine, but they contain nearly as much vitamin C as tomatoes. Plus they produce no waste. Spent sprouting water is full of nutrients and can even be used to feed houseplants.

Read this guide for additional information on different ways to grow sprouts!

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