🌿 Red Amaranth Microgreens Seeds: Unleash a Symphony of Colour and Taste in Your Kitchen! 🌿
Immerse yourself in the delightful journey of growing your own microgreens with our Red Amaranth Microgreens Seeds. Revel in the satisfaction of watching tiny seeds burst into a riot of colour and taste right before your eyes. Let's not forget - they are also a health powerhouse, packed with antioxidants and a bevy of essential nutrients!
Why You Will Love Growing Red Amaranth Microgreens:
Fast Germination 🌱: Experience the joy of gardening with seeds that germinate in 3 to 4 days and mature in just 8 to 12 days.
Versatile Culinary Use 🥗: Red Amaranth microgreens add a sweet, mild flavour and an aesthetic appeal to salads, roasted vegetables, sandwiches, pizzas, stir-fries, soups, and even your breakfast scrambled eggs or avo toast!
Eye-catching Colour 👀: Vibrant red and green microgreens make for an alluring garnish, especially for dishes like seared salmon.
GMO-Free Assurance 🔬: Rest assured, Starke Ayres is dedicated to ensuring that our seeds are not genetically modified, and comply with all South African regulations.
Growing these microgreens is akin to being a part of a magical transformation - the sprouting of life from tiny seeds, their growth into vibrant greens, and their culmination into a delightful garnish for your dishes. Experience the pride of adding a personal, home-grown touch to your meals.
So, why wait? Take a step towards enhancing your meals with a sprinkling of health and a burst of colour. Start your journey with Red Amaranth Microgreens Seeds today!
Download the Starke Ayres Planting Guide.
Vibrant red and green microgreens with mild, sweet flavour and crisp fresh texture.
* Germination: 3 to 4 days
* Maturity: 8 to 12 days
* Ideal conditions: All year variety, full sun
Starke Ayres GMO Declaration
* Starke Ayres does not research, produce or procure any form of Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) products.
* In South Africa, all our seed is regulated by the Genetically Modified Organisms Act of 1997 (GMO Act) and its subsidiary legislation. The GMO Act places extensive restrictions on the research, production, and marketing of GMOs.
* Maize, soybean, and cotton represent the only crops where genetically modified (GM) forms have been approved for commercial production in South Africa. Where there is potential for cross-contamination, for example with our sweetcorn seed (which could be impacted by nearby GM maize), we do certify our seed as non-GMO in both our internal and external accredited laboratories