Amaranthus caudatus

Red Garnet is a leaf variety grown for its colorful sprouts and soft tasty young leaves. They are oval-heart shaped and medium green overlaid with burgundy red. Leaves can be harvested 20 to 25 days after sowing for microgreens. Read More…

Eruca sativa

A standard strain of arugula or roquette used in salad mixes to add a delicious spicy flavor. The small heart shaped leaves are ready to be harvested for microgreens in 14 days. Read More…

Ocimum basilicum

This beautiful purple basil has 1 inch leaves that are full of antioxidants. With its fresh basil and clove flavor, these leaves are wonderful for adding a little color to your entrees and salads. These microgreens are ready to harvest in 10 days. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

These very attractive purplish red 2 inch seedlings with large cotyledons are just beginning their first true leaf. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 18 days. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

These healthy 2 inch seedlings have large green cotyledons with splotches of red and just beginning the first true leaf. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 18 days. Read More…

Apium graveloens

This celery is a slightly darker green than the Light Green variety. Seedling size, taste and smell are the same as the Light Green at the microgreen stage. Pre-soaking seed for 3 days before planting enhances germination. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 30 days. Read More…

Apium graveloens

These bright green 1 to 1.5 inch seedlings have a distinct celery smell and taste. Pre-soaking seed for 3 days before planting enhances germination. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 30 days. Read More…

Allium schoenoprasum

Chives grow to be 1.5 to 2 inches tall with slender milky-white to light green seedlings. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 30 days. Read More…

Coriandrum sativum

This variety produces healthy glossy green 1.5 to 2 inch seedlings in the early first true leaf stage that adds zest and flavor to any dish. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 18 days. Read More…

Lepidium sativum

This curled cress has long narrow medium green cotyledons on a white stem with a sweet spicy flavor. They grow to be 1 to 2 inches tall. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 14 days. Read More…

Barbarea verna

Upland has oblong to round medium green cotyledons on a white stem with a typical peppery cress taste. They grow to be 1 to 2 inches tall. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 14 days. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Japonica group)

Mibuna is similar to Mizuna at the Microgreen stage. It has a mild to medium mustard taste. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 14 days. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Japonica group)

Mizuna grows to have 1.5 to 2 inch seedlings with white stems, bright green cotyledons and just beginning their first true leaf. A staple in the microgreens and baby leaf markets. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 14 days. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Narinosa group)

Tat Soi forms small, spoon-shaped dark green shiny leaves that are perfect for bunching. Leaves have a nice mild taste good for salads or stir-fries. Planted thick, microgreens are ready to harvest in 14 days.
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Brassica oleracea (Gongylodes group)

This variety has 1.5 to 2″ medium to dark green seedlings with whitish purple to medium purple stems. Full cotyledons to just beginning the first true leaf. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 14 days. Read More…

Brassica juncea

These 1.5 to 2 inch seedlings mostly in the full cotyledon stage have an interesting blend of color – medium green splotched and dotted with violet. Pungent mustard flavor. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 15 days. Read More…

Brassica juncea

Red Giant seedlings are 1.5 to 2 inches tall. They are mostly in the cotyledon stage with a few first true leave. These pungent medium green sprouts dotted with red add a colorful tasty zest to salad mixes. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 16 days. Read More…

Allium cepa

Plants average 3 to 4 inches tall and are mostly in the “flag” leaf. Shoots are white at the bottom changing to a light green at the top. Pleasant mild onion flavor. A range of varieties are used for this purpose. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 28 days. Read More…

Atriplex hortensis

Fire Red produces 2 inch seedlings with long narrow cotyledons and 2 small arrow shaped leaves that are colored a dramatic violet red. In the same family as spinach with a similar eating quality, Fire Red is a standout in any salad. Read More…

Raphanus sativus

Red Arrow microgreens grow to be 2 to 3 inch tall seedlings. This variety was developed specifically to produce red sprouts. These microgreens have colorful red stems, muted reddish green cotyledons and green true leaves with red leaf veins. Read More…

Raphanus sativus

Sango is a new variety with deep purple-burgundy colored cotyledons and reddish-white stem. It is the darkest of any of the red sprouting varieties. They have a spicy taste rich in nutritional substances. Harvest for microgreens in about 12 days.
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Raphanus sativus

Large Japanese diakon radish seed produces sprouts with milky white roots that intensify to light green shoots and further to medium green cotyledons. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 12 days. Read More…

Raphanus sativus

This variety was developed specifically its colorful purplish red stem (darkest color of the red sprouting radish varieties). It has muted reddish green cotyledons and leaves. Harvest for microgreens in about 12 days. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Cicla group)

Calico Mix is Condor’s own unique blend of green, white, red, gold and magenta Swiss chards. Before blending seed is decorticated and sized alike for optimum uniform blending and planting. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 18 days. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Cicla group)

These beautiful 2 inch seedlings have a golden yellow stem and full yellowish green cotyledons with the first true leaves just beginning. A very attractive and unique addition to a micro greens mix. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 18 days. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Cicla group)

Magenta Sunset has a very tender, narrow, beautiful magenta colored stock and midrib with medium dark green nearly smooth leaves. It adds a beautiful new color to a micro-mix. The microgreens are ready to be harvested in 18 days. Read More…