by Renee Lindstrom, GCFP
Sprouting Sunflower Seeds
I enjoyed sprouting sunflower seeds from last year’s, 2016’s, harvest. The fresh seeds took 15 days to sprout and are slow growing compared to flax and alfalfa seeds. However, a nice addition to our daily diets! this was more enjoyable using seeds grown in our own garden and now using the same seeds to plant a new crop!
- soak seeds overnight
- place on shelf with holes for draining (or in jar covered with cheesecloth)
- rinse each day at least once with fresh water and drain
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