Grow Your Own Greens at Home

Reusable silicone Sprout Huggers give your empty jars a new job, growing delicious and nutritious food.

  • Step One: Select Your Seeds

    There are hundreds of different seed and bean types you can sprout. We reccomend some sources and resources below.

  • Step Two: Soak Your Seeds

    Most seed sprouting starts with soaking for 6-8 hours or overnight.

  • Step Three: Rinse Your Seeds Regularly

    After soaking, drain and rinse your seeds a few times before placing your jar and Sprout Hugger upside down on the reservoir

  • Step Four: Give your Sprouts Some Sun

    Most seeds need a day or two in the shade to get started. But then you can move them into the sun to get even more nutrients.

Your Questions Answered!

What's included in my Sprout Hugger Set?

Where can I buy seeds for sprouting?


What are the benefits of eating sprouts?

Why is regular rinsing so important!!

I'm new to sprouts. Where can I learn more?

We do have a couple of tips we can share to help keep that avocado green as long as possible:

#1. Don’t remove the skin from your leftover avocado half.

#2. Squeeze a bit of lime juice or lemon juice on the flesh side of your avocado

#3. Store it in an Avocado Hugger that hugs the avocado half snugly. 

#4. Place your hugged avocado in the fridge. 

#5. Plan out a meal for the next day using the saved avocado half.

Does the Sprout Hugger work for all seeds and beans?

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