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Broccoli Microgreens Seeds

Broccoli microgreens seeds sprout into zesty green shoots full of nutrients. They have a crispy texture with a mild peppery flavor and grow best in controlled indoor environments with enough light and moisture. This is the reason why they can be cultivated all year. Broccoli microgreens are highly nutritious. They’re filled with vitamins, such as C, E, and K plus antioxidants and minerals. Broccoli microgreens are excellent when incorporated into salads and go well with sandwiches and smoothies too.
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Survival Garden Seeds offers high-quality broccoli microgreen seeds, ideal for health-conscious gardeners who wish to add nutrient-dense greens to their diet. Our non-GMO seeds are selected for their rapid growth and high nutritional value, ensuring a quick harvest.

Growing Broccoli Microgreens Seeds at Home

  • Nutrient-rich young green leafy microgreens
  • Zesty and mildly spicy flavor
  • Perfect for indoor gardening
  • Heirloom, non-GMO seeds


Broccoli microgreens are often referred to as micro broccoli. They are the young shoots of the broccoli plant. Adored for the ability to grow within days of germination, microgreens have gained significant popularity in recent years. They hold incredibly high nutrient content and are ready for harvest fast. Suitable for growing indoors, broccoli microgreens are a practical choice for fresh greens any time of the year.


Growing microgreens is simple, with detailed instructions on the back of your seed packet. Sow broccoli microgreens seeds densely on a shallow tray with good drainage holding fine potting mix or soilless mix like coconut coir. Spread the seeds evenly, lightly pressing them in. Mist them and cover to retain moisture and block out light. They should be kept in the dark for about a week. After a few inches of growth or when microgreens begin to lift the cover, expose to direct light.


Broccoli microgreens require minimal care. They can be ready to harvest in as little as a week to 12 days. Bottom watering or misting is best to prevent seed disruption. Harvest your microgreens with scissors when they are 2 to 3 inches. Cut them just above the soil and clean them with water. Use them fresh for full nutritional benefits.

Growing broccoli microgreens at home is a simple task and gives you a quick harvest of fresh greens, full of healthy benefits. Their quick growth cycle makes broccoli microgreens perfect for any home, even those without an outdoor growing space.

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