Find your flair for flavor

Armstrong Court Community Garden and Abilis want to add a little flavor to your life with the hands-on workshop “Indoors Flavor Gardens — Growing Microgreens” on March 16.

Master gardener and microgreen farmer Chris Hadin will teach participants how to grow a whole garden of flavor — indoors. Microgreens are the just-sprouted form of the vegetables people eat in their adult form such as, broccoli, radishes, cabbage, lettuce, and so on.

Microgreens are harvested when they are two to three inches tall, are packed with nutrition and flavor, and can be grown in small containers, on windowsills and in creative displays.

Growing microgreens is a fresh, economical way to add flavor to salads, sandwiches and plenty of other dishes.

The class takes place March 16 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Abilis Greenhouse, 50 Glenville Street and costs $15 plus $7 for materials. A 50% discount will be given to Armstrong Court gardeners.

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