Carrots can be grown as microgreens. The green top when in microgreen stage has a delightful flavor of mild sweet carrot. The texture is like dill, without any dill taste. Carrot microgreens are slender, edible, underground taproots that grow frilly leaves in a rosette pattern and belong to the Apiaceae family along with celery, parsnips, and parsley. Carrots are an excellent source of vitamin A, which can help prevent vision loss, vitamin C to protect the body from sickness, and fiber to assist with digestion. The roots also contain some vitamin K, magnesium, calcium, folate, and potassium.