I’m going to call my first microgreens harvest a very big success. I learned a few things from this experience:
1. Labeling bulk purchases of seeds (and other things) is important later.
2. More is not always better.
3. Dirt cleans up pretty easily.
4. It’s much cheaper to grow greens than to buy them.
I’m enjoying my gardening inside—and I can’t think of a reason to stop doing it. One thing I will change is that I’ll plant the microgreens in flower pots from now on. I think. At least that’s how I’ll do the next crop.
Wheatgrass is awesome.