Eat / Gift / Grow

Adventures with microgreens #2: Microgreens for busy people

If you like the idea of urban gardening but are short on time, microgreens are the answer. Currently adorning dishes in all the best restaurants, this gorgeous designer microgreen planter only requires watering once per week so you can have baby basil, chives, rocket, radish or whatever else takes your fancy for very minimal effort. OK, it’s a tad pricey but it’s much cheaper than buying microgreens on a longterm basis, assuming you can even find them in the shops, and it looks so pretty that you can use it as an alternative to a vase of flowers too.

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