Pack Your Grow Kit
Exclusively for the Homefarm Nano and Appliance systems.

Each Grow Kit comes packed with 8 crops ready to grow in your Homefarm.

Enjoy picking your Grow Kit crops from our extensive crop library below. Your cart will update as you add, but don’t forget to pack your crops in quantities of 8 or multiples of 8, like 16,24 or 32 for 2, 3 or 4 Grow Kits respectively.

Each Grow Kit comes packed with 8 Smart Soil and Seed Packs to be used with Homefarm’s unique Planter System.
  • Mizuna

    Flavours: Fresh, crisp mild peppery flavor with a mildly spicy aroma. Nutritionals: High in vitamin C and K, Kaempferol – Cancer fighting and increased development of healthy cells, Anti-oxidant, Good source or iron. Use: Mizuna is used very often in Italian and Greek recipes. It works great fresh in pasta, risotto and stir fries. It is also great as a garnish on soups and in salads or even simply Sauté with olive oil and garlic.
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  • Nasturtium

    Flavours: Nasturtium microgreen has a peppery spicy flavour best served raw in a salad. Nutritionals: Nasturtium microgreen leaves are packed with nutrition, containing high vitamin C levels, manganese, iron, flavonoids, and beta carotene. It can improve your immune system, stopping sore throats, coughs, and colds, as well as bacterial and fungal infections. Use: Nasturtium leaves and the flowers have a delicious peppery, spicy flavour and add a bite to green salads and fresh bowls, it can be used in cooked dishes but should be added in the last few minutes to avoid overcooking.
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  • Parsely Flat Leaf

    Flavours: A robust, clean slightly punchy flavor and a lettuce-like crunch and a fresh lemony aroma. Nutritionals: High in vitamins A, C and K, Low calories, zero cholesterol and fat, rich in antioxidants, minerals and dietary fiber. Use: Parsley flat-leaf works great in vibrant green sauces, like chimichurri and Italian gremolata. It complements meat dishes, like wiener schnitzel and infuses bread and baked goods beautifully.
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  • Peas

    Flavours: Pea shoots have a sweet slightly nutty and fresh earthy flavour.  Nutritionals: Peas shoots are a good source of dietary fiber, vitamin C, E and A, and potassium. Glycosylated quercetin derivatives were the main flavonoid compounds of pea shoots. The nutritional value was generally stable during storage. Use: Pea shoots are delicious served raw with light vinaigrette so their delicate grassy flavour comes through. Add the greens to stir fries or simply sauté the greens to highlight their savoury flavour.
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  • Purple Basil

    Flavours: A sweet tasting aromatic herb with a scent of pepper, anise, and mint. The same as green basil. Nutritionals: Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-bacterial, Diabetes preventer, Immune booster, Cancer Fighter, Reduces fevers, Strengthens blood vessels, Anti-Oxidant. Use: Purple basil although very similar to regular basil the leaves have a lovely, coppery glow and a slightly spicy flavour. They go great in salads, and pestos or preserved in oils and vinegar.
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  • Purple Kohlrabi

    Flavours: Purple Kohlrabi microgreens are tender and mild-tasting with a slightly sweet hint of broccoli. Some describe it having a mild cabbage flavor. Nutritionals: Purple Kohlrabi are very nutritious and contains over 100% of the recommended daily value of Vitamin C. It's also high in Vitamin B6, Folate (B9), Thiamin (B1), potassium, phosphorus, and calcium. Use: Purple kohlrabi has a mild and versatile flavour, kohlrabi microgreens go well with many dishes. It is severed best raw and fresh, as a salad base or lightly garnish sandwiches, omelettes, or pasta.
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  • Red Amaranth

    Flavours: Red Amaranth are crisp, tender, and have a mild and sweet, earthy flavor reminiscent of mustard but with much less spice and a delicate grassy finish. Nutritionals: Red Amaranth contains high complete protein amounts with vital amino acids, in contrast with other protein sources. Amaranth is gluten-free. Amaranth microgreens also contains vitamin A, C, E, folate, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, dietary fiber, calcium, amino acids, antioxidants, minerals and essential lysine. Use: Red amaranth is best as a tasty addition to your salad or in your sandwich. However, you can also use them as a garnish on virtually any dish, boosting the nutritional value of your food. It is best to keep them raw.
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  • Red Mizuna

    Flavours: Red Mizuna is harvested at both the baby lettuce and mature stages, the younger leaves are more tender and milder while the older leaves offering a peppery, piquant, and mildly bitter taste with a hint of sweetness. Nutritionals: Red Mizuna contains vitamins A, C, and K, folate, iron, B-complex vitamins like niacin, riboflavin, and thiamine, calcium, magnesium, selenium, zinc, and manganese. Red Mizuna also has several compounds like glucosinolates, kaempferol, and anthocyanin, which is the red pigment in the leaves, that offer antioxidant benefits. Use: Red mizuna is suited for both raw and cooked applications. The young leaves can be used with other lettuces like spinach, arugula, chard, oak leaf and romaine to make delicious salads. The leaves can also be layered in sandwiches, pasta salads, noodle dishes, risotto, stews, or soups.
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  • Red Swiss Chard

    Flavours: Red Swiss Chard have a distinctive appearance with their pink stems and slender leaves. These tasty shoots are sweet, with an earthy aftertaste that makes an exciting addition to sandwiches, wraps and salads. Nutritionals: Red Swiss Chard  contain vitamins A, B, C, E, and K, calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, zinc. Use: Red swiss chard microgreens are best eaten as a young plant before the first set of leaves grow. Red swiss chard is colourful, sweet, and earthy, so they're best used fresh and raw in salads, sandwiches and garnishes.
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