Nasturtium microgreens are the delicate, young sprouts of the nasturtium plant, offering a mildly peppery, slightly sweet flavor and an array of nutrients, perfect for adding a unique taste and healthful touch to a variety of meals.

Harvest15-20 days

Microgreens are harvested by cutting them just above the soil level. Nasturtium takes typically 15-20 days to grow.

Sowing density

For optimal growth and yield, Nasturtium should be sown using 90-220 grams, depending on the variety and desired harvest size.

Germination36-54 hours

Germination is the process by which a seed sprouts and begins to grow, it typically takes Nasturtium 36-54 hours before the seeds begin to produce sprouts.

Stack7-9 days

Stacking is a technique where multiple trays of plants are stacked on top of each other during the growing process to save space and encourage stem elongation.

Soak8-12 hours

Soaking seeds is a technique where seeds are soaked in water for a certain period before planting to enhance germination rates, shorten the germination time, and improve the overall quality of the microgreens.


Microgreens can vary in spiciness depending on the variety, with some microgreens such as arugula having a distinct peppery flavor, while others like radish microgreens can be quite spicy.

Mold Prone

Microgreens are prone to mold growth due to their high moisture content, and proper ventilation, drainage, and watering are essential to prevent mold growth during the growing process.