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Sprouting Snow Peas

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Grow delicate and crunchy snow pea sprouts in your Speedy Sprouter in 5 to 8 days! Enjoy the unique taste of freshly grown food in your favourite dishes and cut down on personal consumption and food waste in the process!

This variety of snow peas can be used to grow both sprouts and micro-greens (as well as the plant itself), resulting in a wide range of uses from just one pack of seeds!

Non-Chemically treated.

  • Sprouts are similar to microgreens, with the main difference being that sprouts grow for a shorter period of time compared to microgreens. Microgreens are often grown in trays with coco coir or coconut mat growing mediums. Sprouts usually just have one set of leaves which are the plant’s baby leaves, whereas microgreens may sometimes have two or three sets of leaves. You can usually grow sprout seeds as microgreens and vice-versa

    Growing As Sprouts

    There are a range of ways to grow sprouts. The two main methods are growth in sprout jars, or growth in trays. In commercial growing there are automated misting systems with good drainage and airflow that massively reduce the maintenance time required to grow your greens.

    Our favourite and the easiest way of growing sprouts is in a sprout jar. Interested in getting started? We have a full guide on how you can get growing sprouts at home.

    Note: Always stop the sprouting process before the first set of leaves grow, some sprouts need to be cooked before eating. Check seed pages for seed-specific instructions before growing.

    Growing As Microgreens

    Growing seeds as microgreens can produce more food per gram of seed than sprouts. It’s also quite easy, we recommend using a microgreen tray and following the method below:

    1. Soak coconut mats in water for 30 minutes.

    2. If your seeds are larger than a grain of rice, soak them in water overnight.

    3. Place a single coconut mat on the white inner tray of the microgreen grow kit.

    4. Scatter seeds evenly over the top of the mat. This step takes a bit of practice to judge how to space them perfectly. You want them to be packed densely enough to support each other as they grow, but not so close that they don't have good airflow over them and end up getting mouldy.

    5. Spray gently with water.

    6. You can stack trays on top of each other, repeat steps 3-5 with up to 5 additional trays (the weight of the trays presses the seeds down and forces their roots to grow downwards into the coconut mat).

    7. Spray each layer of seeds with water daily.

    8. When your seeds have sprouted and its shoots are ~3cm long - unstack the trays and place each tray flat and without a cover that they can grow upward.

    9. Place plants in sunlight in the final two days to develop their flavour and provide a richer, greener colour.

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    Speedy Sprouters

    Great system to make sprouts!

    Jeremy R.

    Excellent quick response

    When I wanted to buy my supplies I was helped by the advice of the friendly staff who were more than happy to help me. I really appreciated the help and fast turnaround. Thank you.

    Graham B.
    Australia Australia

    Urban Plant Growers

    So happy we could help, Graham. Thanks for the lovely review. From the Urban Plant Growers Team.


    Simply the only way to grow

    Living in Tropical Northern Australia, Urban Plant Growers, is the only was to grow leafy greens and sprouts. The summers here are far to humid and hot to grow greens the natural way outdoors. Now I grow all my greens all year round. Pest free, Natural and certainly taste compare to store purchased.

    Sebastian P.
    Australia Australia

    Better as a microgreen

    Bit big and bulky, couldnt just eat the seeds lke you can with something like chia sprouts.

    Karoline P.

    Grew too much

    Tasted great and I really liked it, but they just grew too big and I wasnt really sure when to cut them - so I got heaps of long roots and had to cut the sprouts and plant the roots (which then started growing)

    Lilliam K.