Organic Wheatgrass Seeds


A versatile seed used for growing wheatgrass or sprouted wheat grain. A rich source of vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibre.

(2 customer reviews)
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Organic Wheat Grain Seeds, specially selected for growing wheatgrass or sprouted wheat grain.

  • A rich source of vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibre
  • Specially cultivated for growing wheatgrass or sprouted wheat grain
  • Easy to grow, ready in just 3 days.
  • 100% Organic – Soil Association Certified
  • Lab tested & high germination guaranteed
  • GMO Free

Wheat is a versatile seed used for growing wheatgrass or sprouted wheat grain. This seed can be grown and used to make wheatgrass juice, the exalted green drink. As this seed is unhulled it can also be sprouted for just a couple of days into a tasty and crunchy snack. Wheat sprouts can be thrown into homemade muesli, bread, crackers, and salads.

Country of Origin: Italy
Botanical Name: Triticum aestivum
Packaged in the UK in resealable pouch
Shelf-life: 6 months minimum
Taste: Fresh, slightly sweet and earthy.

2 reviews for Organic Wheatgrass Seeds

  1. Nancy

    Received the product very quickly. The seeds look good quality, haven’t tried them yet.

  2. Christine Eaton (Verified Buyer)

    I had wanted to try wheat grass for ages, and my first batch has been an amazing success. The seeds are really easy to grow, with quick germination time. I’m sure there are many ways to enjoy. So far, I’ve added the cut wheatgrass to oat milk, and blitzed in a Nutribullet. The pale green smoothie is delicious, with a mild, sweet grassy flavour. A great addition to a healthy diet which I thoroughly recommend!

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Growing Instructions

How to Grow Wheat Sprouts

  1. Soak: Submerge wheat grain seeds in water for 8-12 hours.
  2. Drain and Rinse: Drain the water and rinse seeds thoroughly.
  3. Sprouting Jar: Place in a sprouting jar, covered with a mesh lid.
  4. Placement: Keep the jar in a location with indirect light.
  5. Regular Rinsing: Rinse the seeds twice daily.
  6. Harvest: Sprouts are ready in about 3 days.

Tips: Maintain consistent moisture and good air circulation for best results.

How to Grow Wheatgrass

  1. Soak the Seeds: Begin by soaking a desired amount of wheat grain seeds in water for about 12 hours. This initiates the germination process.
  2. Prepare the Growing Tray: Select a shallow tray and fill it with a thin layer (about an inch) of organic potting soil. Ensure the tray has holes at the bottom for drainage.
  3. Sow the Seeds: After soaking, drain the seeds and spread them evenly over the surface of the soil. There’s no need to bury them; just press them gently into the soil.
  4. Cover the Seeds: Lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of soil or a damp paper towel. This helps keep the moisture around the seeds consistent.
  5. Watering: Mist the seeds gently with water to keep the soil moist but not waterlogged. It’s important to maintain a balance – the soil should be damp but not soaking wet.
  6. Place in Indirect Sunlight: Position the tray in a spot where it will receive indirect sunlight. Wheatgrass does not require direct sunlight and can grow in partial light.
  7. Daily Care: Water the seeds lightly every day, ensuring the soil stays moist. If you used a paper towel cover, you can remove it once you see the seeds sprouting, typically after 2-3 days.
  8. Harvest Time: In about 7-10 days, the wheatgrass will be about 6-8 inches tall and ready to harvest. Use scissors to cut the grass close to the base.

Tips for Growing Wheatgrass:

  • Ensure good air circulation around the growing tray to prevent mold growth.
  • Avoid overwatering, as excessive moisture can lead to mold.
  • If growing indoors, a sunny windowsill that receives indirect light is an ideal location.
  • Wheatgrass can be grown year-round, providing a continuous supply for juicing or culinary use.


How should I store sprouted wheat grains?
Store them in the refrigerator in an airtight container.

Can these sprouts be used in baking?
Yes, they can be added to bread and other baked goods.

Is this sprout variety suitable for beginners?
Absolutely, it’s easy and rewarding to grow.

What is the texture of wheat grain sprouts?
They have a tender and slightly chewy texture.

Have these seeds been tested for pathogens?
Yes, they have been tested for salmonella, listeria, E. coli, and B. cereus.

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