Welcome to the weekly oh! nènè microgreens update, where we talk about the latest information on our microgreens journey. We started experimenting with microgreens in March 2021 and found the process fascinating. As we discover the wonderful world of microgreens, we feel inclined to share with you our progress.

Our webshop is open!

Yes, yes, yes! We finally opened our microgreens webshop! We are ready to ship our Garland trays (with holes and without holes) and our coconut coir. We managed to set it all up after batching our heads with the many delivery possibilities and their technicalities.

It took us a long time to find the best products to start our microgreen business, and now that we found them, we are happy to give others the possibility to get what we have.

Garland 10x20 Growing Tray with holes for microgreens
Garland Growing Tray with holes


Microgreens Starter Kit

We also prepared a Microgreens Starter Kit that contains everything you need to get you started with your microgreens journey:

  • Two Garland 10×20 Microgreens Reservoir trays.
  • One Garland 10×20 Microgreens Growing tray.
  • One Bionova coconut coir package.

We know it is essential to have the best products from the beginning, and we believe that we have what you need!

This is the oh! nènè microgreens starter kit consisting of one garland growing tray, two garland reservoir trays and one bionova coco brick bag containing six bricks of coco coir
Microgreens Starter kit


Still better yields

Rack with microgreen trays


Two weeks ago, we started Red Cabbage microgreens using eight cups of coconut coir on the top two trays and twelve cups of coconut coir on the bottom two trays. The results speak for themselves:

  • – Tray 1 (top): 167g.
  • – Tray 2: 165g.
  • – Tray 3: 193g.
  • – Tray 4 (bottom): 202g.
Red Cabbage microgreens harvest from a 10x20 tray
Red Cabbage microgreens harvest


The bottom trays gave us a better yield for the same amount of seeds, meaning that we will use twelve cups of coconut coir per tray when growing on a stack. However, not all types of seeds that we want to grow require the same conditions, and we know, for example, that radish does well with eight cups of coconut coir on all trays.

Microgreens update

Our weekly giveaway is Red Cabbage!

We grew four trays of Red Cabbage microgreens, and we are happy to give them away to anyone interested in trying them. Get in touch with us to plan a date/time so you can come and pick up your microgreens!

Red Cabbage microgreens
Red Cabbage microgreens
Red Cabbage microgreens
Red Cabbage microgreens



Our Pea shoots are looking great. However, we will not get a large harvest due to the low germination rate we had initially. Nevertheless, we are thrilled with the results!

Pea Frilly microgreens
Pea Frilly microgreens


Sunflower, Basil and Radish China Rose

Last week, we started Basil, Sunflower, and Radish China Rose microgreens. They are all looking great by now, and we cannot wait to harvest them! The sunflower has still some seeds attached to the seedlings, but they should fall within a couple of days.

Sunflower microgreens
Sunflower microgreens
Basil microgreens
Basil microgreens
Four trays with Radish China Rose microgreens
Radish China Rose microgreens



This week, we started a new stack of Arugula microgreens, and this time, we used twelve cups of coconut coir per tray, so we should have a significantly even yield when we harvest.

Trays of arugula microgreens
Arugula microgreens


Thank you for your time, and until next week!