This green wrinkled seed pea is grown by sprouters for the edible shoots and delicate tendrils. It is often used by chefs as a garnish.  Alternatively, plants can be grown to full maturity in about 66 days.  Bistro has an more »

Black Oil Sunflower. Black oil Sunflowers are also called Peredovik sunflowers and originate from Russia. Black Oil sunflowers have traditional been used for oil production and bird feed. Read More…

Brassica oleracea (italica group)

These healthy sprouts contain a high percentage of sulforaphane, a compound proven to inhibit the development of cancer. Though not bitter, these sprouts do possess “a little zing” that adds flavor to salads. Sprouts mature in 4 to 5 days. Read More…

Brassica oleracea (capitata group)

These muted red Brassica sprouts provide the same health advantage of broccoli sprouts although to a lesser degree and they add color and variety to any micro-mix. Sprouts mature in 4 to 5 days. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Narinosa group)

Tatsoi produces a green, slightly more delicate sprout than broccoli with a mild “mustard” taste. Sprouts matures in 4 to 5 days. Read More…

Brassica oleracea (Gongylodes group)

These Brassica sprouts have attractive reddish purple stems with dark green cotyledons – slightly lighter than red cabbage. They have a mild Brassica/cabbage taste. Sprouts mature in 4 to 5 days. Read More…

Allium cepa

Pleasant mild onion flavor typifies these slender sprouts with white roots and light green shoots with shiny black seed coats perched atop the cotyledon knees. Sprouts mature in 10 to 14 days. Read More…

Raphanus sativus

A Chinese winter radish that can be harvested from 25 to 55 days after sowing, full sized roots are 2 inches in diameter and up to 8 inches long with a smooth rose-colored skin. Read More…

Raphanus sativus

This variety was developed specifically to produce red sprouts. Sprout stems are a colorful red with muted reddish green cotyledons. Sprouts mature in 3 to 5 days. 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. Sprouts mature in 3 to 5 days. Read More…

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. Sprouts mature in 3 to 5 days. Read More…

Raphanus sativus

This variety was developed specifically to produce red sprouts. Sprout stems are a colorful purplish red (darkest color of the red sprouting radish varieties) with muted reddish green cotyledons. Sprouts mature in 3 to 5 days. Read More…