Grow Your Own Microgreens with BUFCO DIY Kits
Grow all year long, indoors under lights or on a sunny windowsill!
- Large DIY Kit Complete - $45
- Small DIY Kit Complete - $30
MicroWHAT? Microgreens are the 10-day old, sprouted seeds of vegetables like peas, arugula, radish, cabbage and sunflowers grown in soil. Microgreens are nutrition packed powerhouses that taste great and can be added to any soup, salad, sandwich, or eaten on their own.
Microgreens are simple to grow indoors with BUFCO DIY Kits that include everything you need to get started: soil, seed, a grow tray, saucer, and full instructions. Put your planted seeds in a sunny window or under grow lights, water every day and in 10 days you'll have a delicious, fresh harvest, any time of year.
BUFCO DIY Microgreen KITS include:
- 1 x grow tray
- 1 x saucer
- Organic potting mix (enough for 3 plantings)
- Coconut coir (to cover seeds)
- Complete instructions.
Seed Selection (enough for 3 plantings)
- Arugula (L: 3 teaspoons, S: 1 teaspoons)
- Sunflower seed (L: ½ cup, S: ¼ cup)
- Pea seed (L: ½ cup, S: ¼ cup)
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The Backyard Urban Farm Company is an award winning, family-run, organic vegetable landscaping company that builds, installs, plants, and maintains edible gardens for residential and commercial clients throughout Toronto. Our mission is to ignite people’s passion for growing their own food and to help them reconnect with Nature.
"Thank you for giving us veggies!!! Stephen and I loved, loved, loved our garden and can't wait for the new season to start in the spring."
"We've worked with Arlene and Marc at The Backyard Urban Farm Company from the start of our organic school garden at Ossington Old Orchard Public School...We always buy their consistently hearty and successful seedlings... BUFCO has taught a generation of parents, kids and teachers at the school pretty much everything we know about creating a thriving growing space. Today, our innovative school garden is a place that our community is justly proud of, and BUFCO has been a huge part of its success."
- Andi, Ossington Old Orchard Public School Parent