Adding microgreens to your daily meals adds flavor and texture, making eating healthy fun!
Microgreens are convenient, with little to no prep necessary. This makes it easy to create beautiful dishes that everyone will enjoy.

Many varieties can be purchased at local stores, see home page for a list.
Pricing for chefs and produce managers can be requested through the Contact Page.


Specialty: Red Garnet Amaranth is a high-protein microgreen with stunning red and magenta tones. This heirloom variety can be used in salads or many oriental dishes It can add depth to any dish that requires fresh greens–or in this case, reds!
It’s striking colors make it a great garnish or a lovely addition to any microgreen salad.

  • 2 week cultivation time


Specialty: Micro Basil is available in green, purple, or a mix.
The amazing basil flavor you love, concentrated in tender petite leaves.

  • 3 week cultivation time


Specialty: Blonde Peas are grown in complete darkness, to prevent chlorophyll production and keep the shoots sweet and tender!
This is one to wow your guests: the yellow color and delicate branching leaves are a real show stopper.

  • Excellent with seafood, sushi, or any dish where you want to add a dramatic flare.
  • 2 week cultivation time



  • 4 week cultivation time



  • 4 week cultivation time



  • 4 week cultivation time


Specialty: Micro Cilantro packs a surprising amount of flavor.
See the difference in texture and flavor that locally grown micro cilantro brings!
Some seeds are usually clinging, this coriander is edible and provides a pleasant flavor and texture if left on.

  • 3 week cultivation time



  • 4 week cultivation time



  • 4 week cultivation time


Specialty: Leeks have an onion taste that bring a burst of flavor to any micro salad.
Long, slender greens look like miniature chives, and can be used as an onion substitute in most any dish and are especially great with eggs and seafood. Perfect with sushi.
The soft, edible seed hulls add texture to any dish!

  • 3 week cultivation time


Specialty: Cantaloupe Melon shoots. Great crunchy texture and sweet fresh taste. Perfect addition to a salad, desserts, and cocktails!

  • 2 week cultivation time

Nasturtium, stemmed

Specialty: Beautiful round leaves appear on long stems in varying sizes.
Intense, peppery taste lingers on the palette like sweet wasabi and is a real focal point with any dish. Especially good added to salads, and with sushi and seafood dishes.
A favorite of foodies and chefs. Left on the stems for longer shelf life. Approx. 175-200 leaves per ounce pack, depending on size of leaf.

  • 3 week cultivation time


Specialty: Popcorn shoots have elongated, slender leaves with a short stem. The shoots are sprouted in darkness and have a yellow-white hue.
Popcorn shoots are crunchy, succulent, and tender. The shoots have a distinctly sweet flavor that lingers on the palate combined with a mild corn taste and a tart, grassy undertone.
Popcorn shoots are a source of vitamin A, vitamin E, B vitamins, and vitamin C. The shoots also provide calcium and phosphorus, potassium, and other nutrients, including iron and magnesium.

  • Approx. 100 pc per oz
  • 2 week cultivation time

Red Veined

Specialty: Red Veined Sorrel leaves are tangy, sour, and lemony. The striking coloring makes this a beautiful addition to your plating.


Specialty: Shiso, aka Perilla, is a surprising combination of sweet and spice. Cinnamon, Anise, Citrus, and Basil tones come together with beautiful mixed coloring of green and purple.

Great with desserts!

  • 3 week cultivation time

Edible Flowers

Specialty: I grow a variety of colorful and unique edible flowers year-round. Available in 50 bloom packs. Colors and varieties vary, packs are filled from whatever is blooming at the time.

  • Limited Availability. Contact Beth.

Burgundy Blend

Specialty: A gorgeous blend of every red & purple microgreen we grow. May contain any and all of the following: Amaranth, Orach, Shiso, Mustard, Cabbage, Basil, Kohlrabi

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Herb Mix

Specialty: A Chef’s Favorite… Celery, Parsley, Chervil, and Fennel.
Cut short and ready to garnish your featured dish.

  • 4 week cultivation time


Contain 4-40 times more nutrient density by weight than their fully-grown counterpart.


Studies have shown microgreens may help reduce heart disease risk factors, such as weight, bad LDI, cholesterol & triglycerides.


Prevent the buildup of harmful free radicals associated with a reduced risk of heart disease, cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. Contain wider variety of polyphenols than their mature vegetable counterparts.


Veggie consumption is associated with the lower risk of certain cancers, inflammation, heart disease, diabetes & obesity.          (Sources: NCBI, FASEB)