Easiest Valentine Microgreen Grow

Easiest Valentine Microgreen Grow

Happy Valentine’s Day everyone. Here is the easiest way that I have found to grow microgreens. For Valentines, we shaped them into a heart!! Great project to get your kids interested in growing their own food. Have fun!!

EBook shows how to do this and many other exciting projects:

Supplies and seed that I use that can’t be found at local home improvement stores:

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  1. Not just beautiful, but Amaranthus is loaded with protein, iron, manganese, phosphorus, and a wealth of other nutrients and macronutrients for brain, body, and bone health etc…….Huge benefits for all of us.

  2. I LOVE the heart idea, saw it over on Pepe's channel and just planted my first 🙂 I used cardboard cutouts but will have to see how that goes. I got the same spray bottle in green and pink LOL (Walgreens?) Red Amaranth is such a stunning plant, I fell in love with it the first time I saw it! Congrats on your Anniversary!

  3. Good morning Sir !..😊. I ❤ the ❤ red Amaranth. Congratulations on your YouTube anniversary..
    From all of my 'being' i thank you for 'seeing' me !
    What goes around comes around.. I just have to mention u. Share your technique and channel.. its truly amazing!


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