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Here you’ll find our wide range of stock – all certified organic by the Soil Association – ready to deliver fresh to your door.

Seeds for Sprouting

Here you’ll find everything you need to start your journey in sprouting or reorder your favourites.

Seeds for Microgreens

Here you will find everything you need to start growing microgreens or reorder your favourites.

Kits & Accessories

Our Sprouter Kits will get you growing multiple varieties at the same time and includes some of our most popular seed varieties.

Buying Guide

ProductMicrogreens / SproutsGrowing DifficultyHealth BenefitsTasteGrow Time
Alfalfa SeedSproutsMediumLowers cholesterol, helps blood sugar control, anti-inflammatory, high in antioxidants, vitamin C and K.Mild flavour, goes with anything4-7 days
Broccoli RaabSproutsMediumVitamin C for immune boosting, Glucosinolates protect against DNA damage, reduce inflammation, may inhibit carcinogenss to slow/prevent development of cancerMild; hint of pepperiness4-7 days
Alfalfa and BroccoliSproutsMediumHelps blood sugar control, anti-inflammatory, high in antioxidants, vitamin C and K, glucosinolates.Mild flavour, goes with anything4-7 days
Alfalfa and RadishSproutsMediumHigh levels of glucosinolates, Folate and B6, vitamin CMild; hint of pepperiness4-7 days
Alfalfa and FenugreekSproutsMediumBeneficial for liver-cleansing/detoxing and high in antioxidants, vitamin C and KMild with slight taste of fenugreek4-7 days
FenugreekBothMediumBeneficial for liver-cleansing/detoxingMild curry flavour, great for adding interest to salads and sandwiches4-7 days
China Rose Radish SeedBothMediumHigh levels of glucosinolates Folate and B6, vitamin CSpicy and intense, like radish4-7 days
Rambo Radish SeedBothMediumHigh levels of glucosinolates, Folate and B6, vitamin CSpicy and intense, like radish4-7 days
Leek SeedBothMediumContains large quantities of the sulfur-containing compound allicin that is anti-viral, antibacterial and antifungalFresh sweet onion. A super tasty garnish9-12 days
Cress SeedMicrogreensEasyGood for bone renewal and remineralisation, rich in enzymes, minerals vitamins and antioxidantsSpicy, peppery flavour, similar to Watercress10-14 days
White Mustard SeedBothMediumRich source of Kaempferol and ApigeninSimilar to horse-radish5 days/10-14 days
PeaBothEasyHigh in antioxidants and carotene, helps control blood sugar and fight free radicalsLike fresh peas, juicy and sweet2-3 days
Mixed BeansSproutsEasyBenefits of mung, pea, adzuki, chickpea, red & green lentil combinedFresh, nutty2-3 days
Mung BeanSproutsEasyShedding water retention, Potassium & magneisum and fiber for reducing blood pressure, phytoestrogens to boost liverJuicy and sweet2-3 days
ChickpeaSproutsEasyHigh in protein. Rich source of isoflavones - good for menopauseNutty, dense2-3 days
Adzuki BeanSproutsMediumRich in protein and manganesee. Help weight loss, improved digestion and blood sugar control.Nutty, dense4-5 days
Sunflower SeedSproutsEasyHigh in protein, beneficial fats, vitamin E. help reduce inflammation and lower blood pressure and cholesterolFresh and nutty2-3 days
Red Lentil SeedSproutsEasyHigh in protein, boost liver, vitamins B and CSweet and nutty2-3 days
Green Lentil SeedSproutsEasyHigh in protein, boost liver, vitamins B and CSweet and nutty2-3 days
Black Sunflower SeedMicrogreensMediumHigh in protein, beneficial fats, vitamin E. help reduce inflammation and lower blood pressure and cholesterolSweet, nutty, crunchy10-14 days
Red Mustard SeedBothMediumA, C and K, immune boosting, antioxidants for heart health, beta carotene for skin protectionSlightly hot4-7 days/10-14 days
Broccoli SkySprouts Special MixBothMediumContain sulforaphane, a chemoprotectiv e, decreases inflammation, increases antioxidfantsHint of pepperiness/mustard4-7 days
Broccoli CalabreseBothMediumContain sulforaphane, a chemoprotective, decreases inflammation, increases antioxidfantsHint of pepperiness/mustard4-7 days
Red Clover SeedSproutsMediumBalances hormones, beneficial for relieving menopausal symptoms, reducing mood swingsMild, gores with anything4-7 days
Wheat GrainWheatgrassHardHighly alkalisingLike sweet grass, strong6-10 days
Kale SeedBothMediumIsothiocyanates which may reduce DNA damage and is anti- carcinogenic, very high in antioxidantsHint of pepperiness/mustard5-7 days
Red Beet SeedMicrogreenMediumGood for digestion and the bloodSlightly sweet10-14 days
Rocket SeedMicrogreenMediumHigh in antioxidants and plant compoundsLike rocket salad leaves, peppery10-14 days
OnionBothMediumLarge quantities of the sulfur-containing compound allicin that is anti-viral, antibacterial and antifungalFresh sweet onion. A super tasty garnish9-13 days
Kohlrabi PurpleBothMediumHealthy gut and digestion, supports immune systemMild, goes with anything4-7 days
AmaranthBothMediumHigh in protein & fibreMild, like nutty quinoa1-3 days/10-14 days
Split Coriander SeedMicrogreensMediumReduces inflammation, regulates blood pressureLike the herb coriander10-14 days
ParsleyMicrogreenMediumHigh vitamin K, contains zeaxanthin and lutein for good eye health, helps circulationLike the herb parsley10-14 days
Freeze-Dried Broccoli SproutsSproutsEasyLarge quantities of the sulfur-containing compound allicin that is anti-viral, antibacterial and antifungalSlight hint of pepper/ mustardN/A
Barley For SproutingSproutsMediumFibre to improve digestion, beta-glucans to lower cholesterolNutty and sweet3-4 days
Red Cabbage SeedBothMediumVitamin c for immune boost, immune system boost Helps collagen production for skin & joint health Glucosinolates - protect againdy Dna damage, reduce inflammation, may inhibit carcinigrns to slow/prevent development of cancerJuicy and fresh, slightly sweet4-7 days/10-14 days
Green Mizuna SeedMicrogreensMediumHigh in antioxidants, strengthens bones, improves immune healthMild10-14 days

FAQs

What are the easiest sprouts for beginners?
All of our alfalfa mixes are easy to start with, alfalfa mixed with fenugreek, radish, or broccoli. The beans are simple to grow and can be eaten in 2-3 days: Mixed beans, Mung, Pea, Sunflower and Lentil. Radish also is an easy one to start with.

What are the best seeds to sprout for health?
Broccoli calabrese for sulforaphane, recognised as a chemoprotectant and good for
all round health. Radish for antioxidants. Red clover for women’s health and
menopausal symptoms. Alfalfa and Fenugreek for liver support. Mix, Lentil,
Sunflower for vegan protein.

What are the best seeds for growing microgreens?
Pea and Black Sunflower are the easiest for beginners. They are delicious, grow fast
and produce a good yield quickly. China Rose Radish is great too.

Why have I had difficulty sprouting seeds in the past?
Mould due to drainage is the most common issue, leave the grower on its side on the draining board between rinses. Try filtered water. Use water that isn’t too hot or too cold. Keep out of direct sunlight. Experiment with soaking the seeds for 4-12 hours before growing.

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