Pea tendrils are easy to grow and nutritious. These mild flavoured greens can be used in a variety of dishes, including salads, sandwiches, raw food dishes or Asian stir-fries.
How to Grow Pea Tendril Sprouts
Growing medium: Soil or coir peat.
Soaking: Use 1 cup of seeds for a standard growing tray, 30 x 35 cm. Soak in cool water for 4 - 8 hours. Ensure that you soak them in plenty of water as the seeds will nearly double in size.
Sprouting: Use a sprouting jar or hemp bag to sprout seeds for 1 -2 days. The seeds are ready to be planted when they have a sprouted 'tail' approximately 2 -3 mm.
Growing temperatures: The ideal growing temperature is 15 - 25 degrees Celsius.
Tray growing: Add 2 - 3 cm of soil or coir peat to your growing tray. Mix nutrients into your growing medium such as compost or vermiculite. Use a tray or small block of wood to flatten the soil. Lightly water soil. Sprinkle seeds over the surface of the soil and ensure that seeds do not overlap. Overcrowding leads to problems with mould or rot. Lightly water using a spray mist bottle.
Cover your seeds with a growing tray and store in a well ventilated, cool spot. During the germination phase, seeds should not be exposed to light. Water 1 - 2 times daily. Keep covered for 2 - 3 days.
Remove top tray and expose the plant to direct sunlight. Water twice daily, and do not overwater. Ready to harvest in 10 - 14 days.
- Australian grown.
- Supplied as untreated, food grade seed.
- Available in 400 gram, 800 gram, and 2.5 kg packets.
Please note: We do not ship seeds to Western Australia or Tasmania due to quarantine restrictions.
Seedmart Australia guarantees satisfactory germination rates for up to 12 months, after the date of purchase. We offer a money-back guarantee (or replacement) for seeds that have been stored correctly.
To maintain the viability of your seeds, please store them in a cool, dry place. It is recommended that you store your seeds in an airtight container in your fridge.
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