Organic Red Veined Sorrel
Today, organic microgreens of red veined Sorrel are very popular and in demand for their distinctive coloring and veining, and we often find it as an edible decoration of the finest dishes.
How can I grow it?
Producing organic red veined Sorrel microgreens requires some patience.
Organic red veined Sorrel seeds, being very sensitive to temperature changes, can grow unevenly so we recommend that you store the seed in the refrigerator for 3-4 days before sowing. This small step will cause the seeds to activate their germination will allowing you to have a more homogeneous crop.
After that you can proceed with sowing, preferably in potting soil and store the tray in the dark until the germination process is complete, usually within 8/10 days.
Once you have reached this point, place your tray with organic red veined Sorrel sprouts under a light source.
It will take 25 to 30 days to harvest the organic red veined Sorrel microgreens.
How can I eat it?
Red veined Sorrel microgreens have a tart, slightly bitter taste perfect as an exotic addition to your salads and as an edible side dish to your more sophisticated dishes.
Organic Red Sorrel seeds may contain traces of soy, mustard, wheat, gluten and grasses.
Store seeds in a cool, ventilated place, with temperature between 8° and 20° C, away from weather, changes in humidity and sunlight.
No certification or license for this product.
Red veined sorrel for microgreens – Non GMO organic seed
Botanical name: Rumex sanguineus
Number of seeds per gram: 750
Weight of 1,000 seeds: 1,33gr
Packages available online: 10gr | 50gr | 250gr | 500gr
Seed color: brown
Flavor: mild and tart
Guaranteed minimum germination rate: 80%
Difficulty of growth: Medium – difficult
Keep in the dark for 8/10 days
Germinates in 8/10 days
Microgreens in 25+ days