Microgreen Garden

                                Indoor Grower's Guide to Gourmet Greens

BOOK REVIEWS of Microgreen Garden
both online and in magazines

SPIRIT of CHANGE quarterly magazine

book review published in Winter 2013-14 issue

The stellar scribe of this book review writes that:

"Mark Braunstein comes to the rescue of all want-to-be indoor year-round homegrowers with Microgreen Garden, an amazingly photographed step-by-step guide that will have you munching on self sown and grown microgreens in no time."

Full review reprinted on the web edition at: 



book review posted October 9, 2013

In this very extensive review, the reviewer concludes with the statement: 

"This is the book I wish I had when I first started growing microgreens.  It would have saved me hours of headaches figuring out how to water, light, supplement, harvest, and store my micros.  No matter if you’re a home grower or someone looking to set up a small commercial growing operation, Microgreen Garden by Mark Mathew Braunstein will help you grow microgreens like a true master of the garden."


book review posted November 4, 2013

In this book review and discussion about how to grow microgreens, the reviewer comments:

"Mr. Braunstein's book provides a nice overview of the wide variety of microgreens you can cultivate. ... it's an easiy navigable book."

Full review at:


MOUNTAIN VALLEY SEED website and printed catalog
catalog listing posted October 2013

In this detailed catalog listing, the description of the book includes:

"The book is full of good information and good pictures. As usual, Mark can be counted on to provide practical and inexpensive options .... His tips and recommednations are great and he even suggested a few varieties that we never tried!"


blog entry posted October 9, 2013

In this book review and discussion about how to grow microgreens, the reviewer comments

"I don't have the proverbial green thumb. But I've been reading Mark Mathew Braunstein's new book Microgreen Garden: Indoor Grower's Guide to Gourmet Greens, and now I'm sold on the idea of growing microgreens."

Full blog posting at: