No self-respecting vegan or healthfood fan would be without their chia pudding - and now you can grow your own from seed to plant to seed! Highly nutritious, these chia seeds are rich in protein and vitamins.
DESCRIPTION: Tall herb with spires of white or blue flowers and nutritious high-protein seeds. Often grown for animal feed and forage, as well as for human consumption, where it is valued for vitamins A, Bs, D. This is the white seed form. PLANTING: Sow in late spring when temperatures reach 18-20C, through to early summer. Sow on the soil surface, press in gently, keep moist until the tiny seedlings emerge. CARE: Water seedlings regularly until established and continue to provide water especially during dry spells. Mulch plants to keep the shallow roots cool in summer.