Whether you are interested in learning about the best microgreens to grow and eat, or are simply interested in knowing how to get the most value for your money when you invest in plants, there are a few things that need to be made clear. First, microgreens are not insects. You cannot collect, harvest, store, or feed them. Second, they are not weeds. They will not grow on your patio, unless you arrange for them to be there, and then only if you intend to plant them in that space.
As far as eating goes, growing microgreens is like eating a bunch of dandelion leaves. Yes, they taste pretty bad, but at least they have the benefit of being an actual vegetable. Dandelions can cause major problems with asthma and allergies, though, so this is not really something that you want to try growing. On the other hand, it would be hard to go wrong with dandelion leaves.
As far as the best microgreens to grow and eat, they are the ones that contain an interesting type of phytochemicals. These are commonly referred to as “beneficial bacteria.” In fact, there is a popular commercial product called “Bacillus Super Pulse” which contains these bacteria. Bacillus Super Pulse is an excellent way to introduce these beneficial bacteria into your diet, though. It is widely available online, and costs less than some premium brands of probiotics.
When you are interested in eating microgreens, you want to select plants that are as young as possible. That means choosing plants that are in the ground just a few weeks old. In fact, some of the best growing microgreens to grow and eat are those that are in containers. That’s because young plants are much easier to feed, and don’t need to be fertilized as often. If you start them in pots, you can then move them outdoors when it is time to feed them.
Some of the best microgreens to grow and eat are actually quite rare, so you may want to look for them at specialty shops or on the Internet. For example, there are purple coneflower plants that grow in the shade. You have probably never tried growing coneflower vegetables, but this one is very unusual. Purple coneflowers are not true grasses, and they do not grow true flowers like most other coneflower varieties. These purple coneflowers are actually underground growing plants, so they will stay underground during the summer months.
There are also some really uncommon plants that can make good, nutritious and delicious microgreens to grow and eat. Two that come to mind are the American Cranberry Bush and the Purple Coneflower. The American Cranberry Bush grows well in full sun, but if you don’t live in an area where it is possible to get sunlight, you may have trouble growing this one. The Purple Coneflower grows best in partial shade or a place with a cold winter.
What kind of microgreens to grow and eat you choose depends a great deal on what you like to eat. Many people like to eat cherries, but you might not want to try eating cherry tomatoes. Another consideration is whether you want to grow plants that will produce fruit, or plants that grow and eat a variety of vegetables. The best microgreens to grow and eat will depend largely on your personal preference.
You can try growing some of these exotic plants and see what you think. Some of them will taste quite different than some others, depending on what they are grown with. Once you have a better idea of what you like to eat, you can find the best microgreens to grow and eat. You can also have some fun trying to decide which microgreen plants will be best for your patio.