Added by on 2018-03-26

Microgreens are quick and simple to grow INSIDE when it’s too cold to grow outdoors. Super tasty and so healthy, they can be grow from seed to harvest in just a few weeks. Scratch that garden itch this winter and grow indoors along with me! Supplies I’m using in the indoor garden series: (some are affiliate links – I make a small commission when you order through these links and its helps me keep the garden content coming!) 1. Microgreen seed Kit, any lettuce seeds, any radish seeds, Tiny Tim Dwarf tomato: (10% off through this link: 2. Vermisterra Worm Castings, Worm Tea –, 10% off with promo code “calikim”. 3. Good Dirt indoor potting mix: 4. Indoor Grow Light Set Set Up: a. Table top indoor grow light w bulbs (Ferry Morse): b. 8.5” Clamp Light (does not come with bulbs): c. Grow light Bulbs (either one will work) -100 watt CFL bulbs: -Philips 387522 40W T12 Daylight Deluxe 6500K Linear Fluorescent Light Bulb, (10 Pack), 4’: d. Timer: FREE growing guide “Grow 3 Vegetables in 6 Weeks”:  MY DIGITAL PRODUCTS -eBook “Growing 5 Warm Weather Vegetables Made Easy” My E-Books -Garden Coloring Book My E-Books DON’T MISS THESE RELATED VIDEOS: Winter Garden Tour: How to Grow Celery the Easy Way From Organic Store Bought Celery (Inside or Outside) : Grow LOTS of Carrots – 3 Tips: How to Grow Garlic – Plus Tips for Growing it in a Warm Climate : FREE growing guide “Grow 3 Vegetables in 6 Weeks”:  SUBSCRIBE: WHERE TO FIND ME: Instagram: Facebook Page: Gardening Coast2Coast Facebook Group: Pinterest: FOR BUSINESS INQUIRIES: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to Grow Microgreens Indoors // Growing Your […]

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  • CaliKim29 Garden & Home DIY 3 months ago

    Hi everyone  – I forgot to mention in the video that once you harvest microgreens, they will grow back for several harvests.  Get some planted today!  In a few weeks when you are eating your own tasty, fresh microgreens, you'll be so glad you did!  Also, you'll find links (and discount codes, where applicable) to all the supplies I used – seeds, soil, fertilizers – in the video description.  Happy Gardening!

  • Bill-Teresa Cronk 3 months ago

    Great video. What do you do with the soil after you harvest the greens? Would they be as nutritious to grow without soil as some videos have suggest? Thank you!

  • Hannah Schadel 3 months ago

    Awesome video! Thanks for the great advice. I have just started growing my own microgreens at home as well. I have started using Terrafibre Grow Mats which are made out of Hemp fibre. Have you heard of this product? or have you tried growing on grow mats?

  • Radejr 3 months ago

    The audio noises on this video are intense. Very sensitive mic.

  • Janice B 3 months ago

    What are your thoughts on growing micro greens outdoors, or in the greenhouse? I do sprouts in a sprouting jar (which actually calls for low light). But, not sure I want to dedicate the amount of space for the amount of time that micro greens would require. Plus, I'm concerned about pets knocking them over and what not.

  • Fleet Creek 3 months ago

    After watching I’m gonna try it!! Thank you so much!!

  • Strick 3 months ago

    Enjoy your channel. Are there any risks associated with eating un washed micro greens? Do they get damaged when you try to wash them? I was just reading about the salmonella and e coli out breaks from sprouts…I know sprouts are a different type of plant grown in a different type of environment (more humid) and now I'm reading that seeds can be contaminated with the bacteria…thoughts?


  • Vaun Dinger 3 months ago

    Love micro greens in my tuna salad….so tasty

  • Jenny Patty 3 months ago

    I don't have worm casting, but I have the worm tea, could I use that to moisten the soil some? Plus adding water.

  • Darlene Wilson 3 months ago

    Love your show Kim. Really learn a lot from your shows. Sprouted Pak Choi I bought from the store like you showed about celery. It has made roots like crazy and the celery still don’t have no roots and fixed them around the same time. The leaves are real dark green and really pretty growing. Ain’t put it in dirt yet though. Made your Pepper Jelly. Never heard of it before your show. That is the bomb!! DELICIOUS!!Thanks!!

  • ZeLeOna 3 months ago

    Question please: between sprouted vs. microgreens, in your opinion, which one is more easy to grow? what are the advantages of one over the other? money wise which one is less expensive?

  • Liz First Raise Bed Garden/ Store Coupons Deals 3 months ago

    I am going to try to plant all of those.Thanks for another amazing video Kim!

  • Farmer Doug 3 months ago

    Good video Kim, I have found some great micro green seed mixes in mild or spicy, and use coconut coir as my preferred media, I keep the trays covered in the dark until germination. FYI we have the same table.

  • Farmer Doug 3 months ago

    Good video Kim, I have found some great micro green seed mixes in mild or spicy, and have use coconut coir as my preferred media, I keep the trays covered in the dark until germination. FYI we have the same table.

  • The artistic gardener and family 3 months ago

    i think ill try this soon! im in vermont and need some " spring "

  • MsValmark 3 months ago

    I always say that I'm going to start sowing microgreens but never do. I believe this will do just fine along with my hydroponics. I love watching plants grow from seed and this will literally force me to use them in different recipes. I don't like beets but like the greens..this will be perfect!! Thank you

  • Jackie Horsley 3 months ago

    Kim looks really good I'm definitely going to have to get me some micro greens thanks for the tips

  • Isaac Frerichs 3 months ago

    Damn good video, Kim! We love microgreens!

  • lucky me 3 months ago

    Aren’t radish leaves high in toxic oxalate?

  • ektadip creation 3 months ago

    I grow fenugreek, cilantro and mustard