If you’re eager to get some fresh greens on your plate, try growing microgreens. Microgreens are the first tender shoots of plants like collard greens, beet greens and mustard greens. As Melissa Pasanen wrote in EatingWell Magazine, microgreens are prized by chefs for their beauty and concentrated fresh flavor. They’re also increasingly available for everyone to buy, but they’re pricy (some fetch up to $50 a pound). Yet for less than $10 you can buy the seeds and soil to cultivate your own windowsill crop. Follow these step-by-step instructions to grow your own microgreens.