Something about the scent of citrus can turn a cloudy day into sunshine. In this post, I share one of my favorite spins on Citrus and Microgreens Salad Recipe.
Citrus and Microgreens Salad Recipe
Fresh from Florida or grown in your home greenhouse (that’s right), Citrus in this recipe will rock your world. Citrus is fun to grow in your home garden. Another fun thing to grow in your home and garden is creative greens. Select a colorful blend of greens for this salad that you grow in your own garden. Mix it up when it comes to citrus and try caracaras, blood oranges, and sweet navels.
Inspired by in-season citrus and all the microgreens you can grow!
Avocado for the Citrus Microgreens Salad
One thing that drives me nuts in Ohio is the Avocado shelf life. I have tried numerous times to grow Avacado from store-bought produce seeds. Many folks I know have been successful doing this but for some reason, I just can’t get it to work for me. There is a great research handbook you can download everything about the Avocado at the California Extension office. Avocado at California Extension office (http://ceventura.ucanr.edu/Com_Ag/Subtropical/Avocado_Handbook/
In 2020 I started growing my own Avocado trees in the greenhouse dome. I will share more about this in the days to come so just search ‘Avocado Trees’ to find the latest post.
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Happy Citrus Sharing,