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These are the crops we have mastered the growing secrets

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Broccoli

Broccoli Microgreens are the healthiest of all microgreens. They are greener than most other types. They have a fresh, mild cabbage flavor, and are an excellent choice as a base for any salad or smoothie. They are packed with vitamins A, B, C and E, they are rich in Iron and Sulforaphane (anti cancer properties). Try mixing them with your regular salad for an additional nutrition boost.

Red Cabbage

Studies reveals that red cabbage microgreens have 260 times the amount of carotenoids as mature cabbage (What??). These little leaves also have 40 times the amount of vitamin E and 6 times the amount of vitamin C as mature leaves, a true immune system booster. Top your next meal with these beaultiful red and purple microgreens.

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Cantaloupe

Once you taste them, these microgreens will surprise you with their strong cantaloupe aroma and the taste of cucumber. They are crunchy and the fuzzy leaves enhance the feeling of freshness. Cantaloupe nourishes skin and promotes hair grouth. Top your salad with them and you will fall in love with their fresh and fruity taste.

Southern Giant Curled Mustard

Enjoy a whole different experience by eating mustard microgreens! Normally, when you think about mustard what may come to mind is a bright yellow bottled condiment. You can get the same strong and zesty mustard bite from these tiny plants. They are loaded with essential minerals including calcium, iron, manganese, phosphorus and zinc. Try eating a burger with mustard microgreens, it is delicious!
You may also enjoy our
Panzanella receipe using mustard microgreens.

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Curled Cress

Cress is incredibly nutrient-dense, with a wide variety of vitamins (specifically vitamins C and K), minerals and antioxidants in every bite. It has a peppery taste and strong fresh aroma. 
The CDC assigns nutrition density scores to produce based on their concentration of essential vitamins and minerals. Guess which vegetable scored a perfect 100? Yup; it was Cress. Order yours today!

Red Garnet Amaranth

Amaranth is one of the richest plant forms of protein available. They are crisp and tender with a really nice earthy flavor reminiscent of beets. These vibrant  stunning red and magenta toned microgreens can be used in salads or many other dishes. Look at them! Their color alone is an unavoidable invite to taste; order some today!

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Dun/Speckeld Pea

Peas are packed with antioxidants and protein, threy are rich in coumestrol, a nutrient that plays a role in protecting against stomach cancer. Peas are also loaded with fiber which helps move food through your gut for easier digestion.
The crunchy texture makes it a must have addition to your salad. Pea can also be stir fried; they will cook down just like spinach. Click on the link below and take a look at one of our receipes using
pea microgreens.

Red Russian Kale

Kale Microgreens are vibrant with dark green leaves and variegated stems of pink, floral purple, and at times, bright red. They are an abundant source of fiber, antioxidants, calcium, and a wide range of other nutrients. Add a handfull of them to your smoothie to unleash the power of these tiny plants. 

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Salad Mix

Salad Mix is a combination of Broccoli, Kale, Kohlrabi, Arugula, Red Cabbage, and Mustard. This Microgreen Salad Mix is a fresh and simple blend that makes a great base for any salad. It also goes very well in a smoothie. Order today and enjoy a wide range of benefits!

Red Swiss Chard

Swiss Chard has a mild delicate spinach flavor with a crispy bite. It is regarded as a powerhouse of flavonoid antioxidants, vitamins, calcium, and iron. 
They are truly eye-catching with striking pink stems and are a fantastic way to visually enhance the look of any dessert or to top any savory dish. Curious to taste it? Order today!

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Rambo Radish

These crunchy, peppery microgreens are a true imune system booster. Many chefs use radish microgreens to accent seafood and meat entrees. Their brilliant rosy stems and vivid purple leaves will manifest its majesty in mixed green salads, soups and sushi!
Next time you make a smoothie, add a handfull of radish microgreens, you will love it! We've tried it; click on the link to see an
amazing receipe.

Cinnamon Basil

Amazingly aromatic and flavorful, cinnamon basil microgreens make a perfect topping for a bruschetta, garnishing pasta, and decorating soups. Not to mention that the cinnamon note in its flavor makes a wonderful addition to any spring/summer drinks. 
Basil also contains magnesium, which can help improve your blood flow by allowing your muscles and blood vessels to relax. We are ready for your order.

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Black Oil Sunflower

Sunflower microgreens are full of vitamins A, B complex, D, and E and are rich in all of the nutrients that are important during pregnancy.
They are some of the crunchiest, sweetest and mildest microgreens available. 

 

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