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How To Harvest, Clean, Store, and Use Microgreens

How To Harvest, Clean, Store, and Use Microgreens

There are a variety of benefits to growing microgreens indoors. In addition to being a fancy edible garnish for meals, they are packed with a variety of nutritional benefits. With The Grow Book™, growing microgreens inside has never been easier. All you need to do is plant the seeds, plug in The Grow Book, and grow delicious microgreens!
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What Are Microgreens?

What Are Microgreens?

Most people know that greens are an irreplaceable element of any healthy diet! Those following healthy diet plans are, more likely than not, used to eating fully grown foods. However, there are other options that can be even more useful and beneficial: microgreens.
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The Best Way To Grow Microgreens At Home

The Best Way To Grow Microgreens At Home

Microgreens are greens that germinate from the seeds of a variety of herbs and vegetables. Microgreens are harvested early in the seedling stage. Typically, once two small leaves appear, microgreens are ready for harvesting. Really, microgreens are just the smaller versions of traditional greens you find in the produce section at a local grocery store or your garden at home.
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Garden To Glass: Sweet Summer Cocktails

Garden To Glass: Sweet Summer Cocktails

Summer is here and so is our favorite way to enjoy homegrown herbs - twilight cocktail hour! Plant nutrition is important, but it's so much better when we make it fun. From garden to glass, here's a few of our best basil cocktails. Perfect for a stiff and refreshing drink with friends and family after a long, hot summer day! 

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5 Tips For Growing Vegetables Indoors

5 Tips For Growing Vegetables Indoors

We don’t all have a natural green thumb or access to outdoor gardening space, but wedo have access to technology that helps bring sunshine inside! With the right tools and technology, it’s more possible than ever to start growing vegetables indoors.

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Srumptious Mother’s Day Brunch Recipes For Kids

Srumptious Mother’s Day Brunch Recipes For Kids

With Mother's Day right around the corner we wanted to share our favorite way of showing the Moms in our life just how much they mean to us - with a homemade meal, of course! We've gathered a few of our best microgreen recipes, perfect for a brunch fit for a queen (and the kids can help, too!). 

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Going Green With Powerful Plant Nutrition

Going Green With Powerful Plant Nutrition

Plant nutrition is something not to be ignored. Even if you crave meat like a true carnivore, it's imperative to your health - and to Mother Earth's health - that you understand just how powerful plants can be. 
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6 Kids Garden Ideas To Engage Real Life Learning

6 Kids Garden Ideas To Engage Real Life Learning

Gardens are a world of knowledge for curious little minds. Like children, a garden is constantly changing and growing. It's a micro-ecosystem of organic life, in all its glory, happening right before their little eyes.
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How An Indoor Herb Garden Can Change Your Life

How An Indoor Herb Garden Can Change Your Life

Don’t have a green thumb, or loads of free time to tend to an outdoor garden? You can still have the perks of eating homegrown food and an organic lifestyle with an indoor herb garden. You don’t need to wait for Mother Earth to do her good work, with tools like the Grow Book, you can have your (herb) cake and eat it, too! 
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The Best Gardening Gifts For Mother's Day

The Best Gardening Gifts For Mother's Day

Mother's Day is fast approaching and it can sometimes be difficult to find the perfect gift for Mom. You've spent years giving her flowers, necklaces and meaningful cards, but what do you get for the Mom that loves spending her time with the simple things?
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5 Rock Solid Tips For The Homeschool Mom

5 Rock Solid Tips For The Homeschool Mom

Homeschooling can be challenging, frustrating and exhausting. But for some families, this unique (and ever-growing) choice is one that offers flexibility and possibilities not readily available in traditional schools.
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Give Them What They Need - A Children's Garden

Give Them What They Need - A Children's Garden

The amount of time young children spend looking at screens is beginning to raise more than a few eyebrows. From attention deficit and anxiety disorders, to sleeping and behavioural problems, many parents and paediatricians are noticing a growing (and problematic) trend. 

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