Microgreens

  • Organic Arugula Microgreens

    Our Arugula Microgreens are alive in a tray of nourishing organic soil and waiting for you to snip them to eat and use as garnish. These little wonders are tangy and fresh, and they pair well with your favorite steak.

    We snack on microgreens every day and think they are the healthiest fast food on the planet.™

  • Organic Bronze Fennel Microgreens

    Our Bronze Fennel Microgreens are alive in a tray of nourishing organic soil and waiting for you to snip them to eat and use as garnish.

    We snack on microgreens every day and think they are the healthiest fast food on the planet.™

  • Organic Bulls Blood Beet Microgreens

    Our Bulls Blood Beet Microgreens are alive in a tray of nourishing organic soil and waiting for you to snip them to eat and use as garnish.

    We snack on microgreens every day and think they are the healthiest fast food on the planet.™

  • Organic Carrot Microgreens

    Our organic carrot microgreens are nestled in a tray of nourishing organic soil and waiting for you to snip them to eat and use as garnish. Microgreens punch more than their weight. It is always a wonderful surprise just how flavorful their tiny leaves taste. “As Gene Lester, Ph.D., who led the USDA’s first major study of phytochemical content in microgreens explains ‘[f]lavor most often comes from the amount of vitamins present in food. In microgreens, all the vitamins that a plant will use to grow are packed into a very small cotyledon (seed leaves) [and] this magnifies the [flavor] ….’ ” Source: Winter 2017 Garden Design

    We snack on microgreens every day and think they are the healthiest fast food on the planet.™

  • Organic Daikon Radish Microgreens

    Our organic Daikon Radish Microgreens are alive in a tray of nourishing organic soil and waiting for you to snip them to eat and use as garnish. Microgreens punch more than their weight. It is always a wonderful surprise just how flavorful their tiny leaves taste. “As Gene Lester, Ph.D., who led the USDA’s first major study of phytochemical content in microgreens explains ‘[f]lavor most often comes from the amount of vitamins present in food. In microgreens, all the vitamins that a plant will use to grow are packed into a very small cotyledon (seed leaves) [and] this magnifies the [flavor] ….’ ” Source: Winter 2017 Garden Design

    We snack on microgreens every day and think they are the healthiest fast food on the planet.™

  • Organic Kaboko Cabbage Microgreens

    Our Kaboko Cabbage Microgreens are alive in a tray of nourishing organic soil and waiting for you to snip them to eat and use as garnish. Microgreens punch more than their weight. It is always a wonderful surprise just how flavorful their tiny leaves taste. “As Gene Lester, Ph.D., who led the USDA’s first major study of phytochemical content in microgreens explains ‘[f]lavor most often comes from the amount of vitamins present in food. In microgreens, all the vitamins that a plant will use to grow are packed into a very small cotyledon (seed leaves) [and] this magnifies the [flavor] ….’ ” Source: Winter 2017 Garden Design

  • Organic Komatsuna Microgreens

    Our Komatsuna Microgreens are alive in a tray of nourishing organic soil and waiting for you to snip them to eat and use as garnish. Microgreens punch more than their weight. It is always a wonderful surprise just how flavorful their tiny leaves taste. “As Gene Lester, Ph.D., who led the USDA’s first major study of phytochemical content in microgreens explains ‘[f]lavor most often comes from the amount of vitamins present in food. In microgreens, all the vitamins that a plant will use to grow are packed into a very small cotyledon (seed leaves) [and] this magnifies the [flavor] ….’ ” Source: Winter 2017 Garden Design

  • Organic Lemon Basil Microgreens

    Our organic lemon basil microgreens are nestled in a tray of nourishing organic soil and waiting for you to snip them to eat and use as garnish. Microgreens punch more than their weight. It is always a wonderful surprise just how flavorful their tiny leaves taste. “As Gene Lester, Ph.D., who led the USDA’s first major study of phytochemical content in microgreens explains ‘[f]lavor most often comes from the amount of vitamins present in food. In microgreens, all the vitamins that a plant will use to grow are packed into a very small cotyledon (seed leaves) [and] this magnifies the [flavor] ….’ ” Source: Winter 2017 Garden Design

    We snack on microgreens every day and think they are the healthiest fast food on the planet.™

  • Organic Mesclun Microgreens

    Our organic Mesclun Microgreens are alive and waiting for you to snip them in their tray. Microgreens punch more than their weight. It is always a wonderful surprise just how flavorful their tiny leaves taste. “As Gene Lester, Ph.D., who led the USDA’s first major study of phytochemical content in microgreens explains ‘[f]lavor most often comes from the amount of vitamins present in food. In microgreens, all the vitamins that a plant will use to grow are packed into a very small cotyledon (seed leaves) [and] this magnifies the [flavor] ….’ ” Source: Winter 2017 Garden Design

  • Organic Nasturtium Microgreens

    Our organic nasturtium microgreens are nestled in a tray of nourishing organic soil and waiting for you to snip them to eat and use as garnish. Microgreens punch more than their weight. It is always a wonderful surprise just how flavorful their tiny leaves taste. “As Gene Lester, Ph.D., who led the USDA’s first major study of phytochemical content in microgreens explains ‘[f]lavor most often comes from the amount of vitamins present in food. In microgreens, all the vitamins that a plant will use to grow are packed into a very small cotyledon (seed leaves) [and] this magnifies the [flavor] ….’ ” Source: Winter 2017 Garden Design

    We snack on microgreens every day and think they are the healthiest fast food on the planet.™

    Photo courtesy of Citizens’ Pop-Ups.

  • Organic Pea Microgreens

    Our organic Pea Microgreens are alive in a tray of nourishing organic soil and waiting for you to snip them to eat and use as garnish. Microgreens punch more than their weight. It is always a wonderful surprise just how flavorful their tiny leaves taste. “As Gene Lester, Ph.D., who led the USDA’s first major study of phytochemical content in microgreens explains ‘[f]lavor most often comes from the amount of vitamins present in food. In microgreens, all the vitamins that a plant will use to grow are packed into a very small cotyledon (seed leaves) [and] this magnifies the [flavor] ….’ ” Source: Winter 2017 Garden Design

    We snack on microgreens every day and think they are the healthiest fast food on the planet.™

  • Organic Purple Osaka Mustard Microgreens

    Our organic Purple Osaka Mustard microgreens are nestled in a tray of nourishing organic soil and waiting for you to snip them to eat and use as garnish. Microgreens punch more than their weight. It is always a wonderful surprise just how flavorful their tiny leaves taste. “As Gene Lester, Ph.D., who led the USDA’s first major study of phytochemical content in microgreens explains ‘[f]lavor most often comes from the amount of vitamins present in food. In microgreens, all the vitamins that a plant will use to grow are packed into a very small cotyledon (seed leaves) [and] this magnifies the [flavor] ….’ ” Source: Winter 2017 Garden Design

    We snack on microgreens every day and think they are the healthiest fast food on the planet.™

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