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Chicken Foraging Mix

Chicken Foraging Mix [58740]

Miscellaneous Species

NEW 2024

Those of you that keep chooks can testify to the fact that they have great personalities. Most people treat them as part of the family and want to keep them happy, and so do we, so we've put together a variety of greens that will provide beneficial nutrients for them. This pack can be sown almost all year, giving the chooks a great selection of plants to scratch happily around in.


Melon - Watermelon Sugar Belle F1 Hybrid

Melon - Watermelon Sugar Belle F1 Hybrid [58950]

Citrullus lanatus


One of our most popular watermelons is back! For abundant, early maturing sweet watermelons choose Sugar Belle.  Round, dark-skinned fruit that has bright red flesh... mouth wateringly delicious.  Sugar Belle's breeding allows for an improved disease resistance and vigorous growth.

Suitable for warm climate areas only.


Microgreen Starter Pack

Microgreen Starter Pack [9905]

  x10 Open Punnets [9020]

  x1 pair Mini Snips [9230]

  x1 pkt Broccoli Microgreens [58640]

  x1 pkt Mizuna Microgreens [58700]

  x1 pkt Radish Microgreens [58700] [more...]


Microgreens Alfalfa

Microgreens Alfalfa [58625]

Lucerne raptor

NEW 2024

Fast and easy to grow, Alfalfa is a popular microgreen. It's a healthy, delicious option to add to your sandwiches and salads, or a small sprinkle as a finishing touch to your meals. Because it is so quick to germinate, its a great item to introduce to the kids, let them grow their own punnet, once it's grown to the desired height they can snip them off and add them to their own sandwiches; what better way to introduce some fun and nutritious goodness at the same time.


Microgreens Beetroot Bulls Blood

Microgreens Beetroot Bulls Blood [58630]

Beta vulgaris var cicla

Beetroot Bulls Blood is one of the most attractive microgreens you can grow with its vibrant colours.  Its earthy flavour and crunchy, juicy texture make it a popular choice among foodies and chefs for salads, sandwiches and soups.


Microgreens Broccoli de Cicco

Microgreens Broccoli de Cicco [58640]

Brassica oleracea var Italica

Broccoli microgreens are said to be more nutrient rich than a mature broccoli head.

They are the quickest micogreen to harvest, being ready in just 7-10 days.  Broccoli microgreens should be harvested just as the true leaves start to appear after the cotyledon, leaving longer than this will affect the taste.


Microgreens Cabbage Red Acre

Microgreens Cabbage Red Acre [58650]

Brassica oleracea var Capitata

The flavour of cabbage microgreens is distinctive to each particular variety, but generally a little bit milder than the fully grown product.  Stunning red colour, great for burgers, salads and sandwiches.


Microgreens Coriander

Microgreens Coriander [58660]

Coriandrum sativum

NEW 2024

A very handy way to have coriander on hand for when you need it, especially since garden grown coriander can bolt to seed readily. Coriander takes 14-21 days to be ready if you want to harvest it once it has its true leaves.


Microgreens Cress Common

Microgreens Cress Common [58670]

Lepidium sativum

Cress is a popular choice for microgreens due to the fact it is one of the most nutrient rich greens.  Containing high amounts of vitamin A, C and K and is super easy to grow.  It has a peppery taste, so try little and often to find the right kick for you.


Microgreens Kale Red Russian

Microgreens Kale Red Russian [58680]

Brassica napus

Kale has been known as a super food for years and with its charming pink stems is another great nutrient rich microgreen.

Some people prefer to harvest their kale at the two leaf stage, so we suggest you try a few leaves until you find the right taste for you.