Sprouts! (Part 3)

Alright so it’s been just over a month since I repotted these sprouts. Not so much sprouts anymore. After watching these plants grow like crazy (with all these rainstorms we’ve been having – thank you nature!) I have finally discovered what 2 of the 3 plants are:

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See those little green shoots?? Yup! Beans! Not quite sure what type they are yet but we will soon find out!

Update soon 🙂

Your Natural Groove Gal

Sprouts! (Part 2)

Alright. So I finally got to potting these a couple of weeks ago! It had been about a month since I got them (see orignial post here) and man are they growing fast!

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I chose a few sections and potted them separately. There seem to be be three different types.

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Well here they are. Not sure if we’ll get anything out of these, but we’ll just have to wait and see!

Next update in another month or so 🙂

Your Natural Groove Gal

Sprouts!

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Check out these babies! A big thank you to my boyfriend for bringing these home 🙂 Also the weather was so beautiful and sunny I just had to take outdoor pics!

It’s a mixed bag of radishes, clover and other legumes/peas. My plan is to use half in my smoothies and then plant the rest and see what we get! We have a brand new gardening bed out front which should be a great spot.

Sprouts contain everything a plant needs to grow (much like an egg for animals). When sprouts start…sprouting, they have a rich source of nutrients. The amount of vitamins, minerals and other anti-oxidents highly increase. Enzymes kick in that a) make them easier to digest and b) increase the availability of nutrients when ingested.

So more nutritents,
And easier to digest.
Win – Win!

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Stay tuned for a update on the fresh garden we will have!

Your Natural Groove Gal 🙂