Sage microgreens are the delicate, young sprouts of the sage plant, offering a mild, slightly bitter, aromatic flavor and a range of nutrients, perfect for adding a unique taste and healthful touch to a variety of culinary creations.

Harvest16-24 days

Microgreens are harvested by cutting them just above the soil level. Sage takes typically 16-24 days to grow.

Sowing density

For optimal growth and yield, Sage should be sown using 15-20 grams, depending on the variety and desired harvest size.

Germination48-72 hours

Germination is the process by which a seed sprouts and begins to grow, it typically takes Sage 48-72 hours before the seeds begin to produce sprouts.

Blackout1-2 days

Blackout is a technique used in microgreen growing where the plants are covered in darkness for a certain period to promote stem elongation and enhance flavor.

Stack2-3 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.

Humidity Dome

A humidity dome is a cover placed over plants to create a warm, moist environment that encourages growth and protects them from fluctuations in temperature.