We had earlier done a popular post featuring using microgreens to create a highly visual interpretation of the art of the microgreen. This post dealing with our first square inch garden gave me a new challenge when one of my clients asked to see if we could do their logo in microgreens.
Here is the first try at a logo done with microgreens. We used some pak choi and red cabbage to create the pattern. We first had to figure out the way to do a template and then produce one to seed this. We have founf after these early attempts to a simple way to produce two color patterns. This has brought us to iteration 2 of the logo process. Here is a photo of the new seeded tray which should be ready in about 10 days. Watch for our blog of the grown out logo 2.
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