We love microgreens! Eat some every day!
Tiny plants that pack in the flavor, nutrition, and color, all grown locally using organic methods!
Arugula is a tender and crisp microgreen with an herbaceous, sweet, and nutty initial flavor transforming into a peppery bite similar to mustard. This sturdy little veggie offers a great complimentary flavor to any dish that you would use lettuce or full-sized arugula. But it is also great atop pan-seared fish, roasted chicken, pork, or a hearty soup. Use them on sandwiches, pizza, pasta, or in green salads.
Nutritional Value: Vitamins A, C, folic acid, and calcium
Fennel microgreens have delicate, beautiful, fan-like blades. It is popular with chefs as a garnish because of its height and soft texture. It has a peppery, anise flavor and compliments both savory and sweet dishes. Its lovely flavor is wonderful combined in dips and sauces, salads, sandwiches, or sprinkled over potatoes or pasta. Fennel pairs well with Italian and Indian cuisine and with fruits, cheese, or seafood.
Nutritional value: Vitamins C, E, and K, antioxidants, potassium, and fiber
Golden Acre cabbage has a taste that is nearly indistinguishable from Red Acre Cabbage microgreens. It is mild and tender and tastes like cabbage, but maybe even better! Mix Golden and Red Acre cabbage together for a beautiful meal.
Nutritional value: Contains vitamins C, K, E, and iron.
Daikon Microgreens taste super peppery, zesty, and spicy (very similar to the full grown vegetable). When cooked, they are slightly milder and sweeter, like cooked turnips. Some people say that they feel fuller after eating radish microgreens.
Nutritional value: Contains vitamins A, C, folate, calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper, manganese, and even a high amount of protein. Highly valued for its medicinal value.
Nasturtium leaves initially taste peppery and minty then transition to a slightly sweet flavor. They are lovely with salads, fish, steak, and seafoods.
Nutritional value: Vitamin C, manganese, iron, flavonoids, and beta carotene. Considered a medicinal herb thought to boost immunity. They have antibiotic, antifungal, and antibacterial properties.
For a nutty, slightly sweet flavor, try pea shoots on salads or as a delicate garnish. Kids love these greens!
Nutritional value: Contains vitamins A, B, C, D, and E, calcium, iron, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, and potassium. Helps protect vision, fight cancer and diabetes. Pea shoots have vitamin D in amounts not found in most plants. Low levels of Vitamin D have been linked with Coronavirus deaths. With the worldwide Vitamin D deficiency, pea shoots are a little bit of sunshine in your mout
Purple Vienna Kohlrabi microgreens are vibrant, with purple to rose-colored stems and contrasting dark green leaves. Some leaves may be tinged with purple The interesting color combinations and mild, sweet flavor make them a great salad base or addition to any sandwich or slaw.
Nutritional value: Vitamins C, B6, B9 (folate), and B1 (thiamin), potassium, phosphorus, and calcium. They support heart health, fight cancer, lower blood pressure, and decrease the effects of obesity and diabetes.
Radish is a staple for microgreen lovers. It has a strong radish flavor packed into its tiny red, purple, and green leaves. It's a beauty!
Nutritional value: Contains vitamins A, B, C, E, and K, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, and zinc. Excellent source of folate to promote cardiovascular health, B6 helps break down homocysteine, which may contribute to plaque formation in arterial walls. Supports better circulation. microgreens
Red Acre Cabbage microgreens grow petite royal purple stems with variegated deep green leaves. Micro Red Acre Cabbage is crisp and tender with a fresh, earthy, and slightly peppery flavor.
Nutritional value: Contains vitamins C, A, and E, beta-carotenes, potassium, and iron. A 2016 study by the American Chemical Society shows that red cabbage microgreens may help reduce 'bad' cholesterol. It is also known to boost immunity to viruses.
With its mild, subtly sweet flavor, Kale goes with every meal. When do you eat full grown kale? Use the microgreen instead and have a feast!
Nutritional value: Contains vitamins A, K, and C. Well known as a fitness food for women due to high levels of carotenoid
This original Roots 'n Shoots mix is a one of our best sellers and consists of Arugula, Tatsoi, and Wasabi. The flavors compliment spring rolls, Pho, sushi, and many other Asian dishes, but also go well with any hearty soup, as toppings for chicken, pork, fish, and beef and enhance any sandwich or salad.
Nutritional value: varies based on amount of each variety. The Tatsoi and Wasabi mustards are considered a cancer-fighting microgreen and important in the fight against malnutrition.
Want a great mix for just about any meal? This is it. Includes Arugula, Waltham Broccoli, Blue Scotch Curled Kale, Purple Vienna Kohlrabi, Southern Giant Curled Mustard, and Mammoth Red Rock Cabbage. Yummy!
Nutritional value: varies based on amount of each variety. Broccoli - rich in vitamins A, B, C, E, and K; Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, and Zinc. They are considered a cancer-fighting microgreen and important in the fight against malnutrition.
Tatsoi Japanese mustard spinach has a white stem with a bright green top and a mild mustard flavor. It is in the cruciferous family with cabbage and broccoli.
Nutritional value: As with any spinach, Tatsoi is high in iron and calcium. It is also rich in vitamins C, A, and B9. They are considered a wonder food for women in particular.
This microgreen has been studied and discussed more than any other because they are a powerhouse. Some nutrition buffs add them to every meal and their smoothies. The seminal microgreens study showed that broccoli microgreens have 40 times more nutrition by weight than the mature plant. This is one amazing superfood!
Nutritional value: Contains vitamins A, C, E, and K, calcium, phosphorous, potassium, iron, zinc, and antioxidants glucoraphanin, sulforaphane, and polyphenols.
Wasabina mustard is a beautiful bright green to match its bright flavor. If you have ever cleared your sinuses with wasabi, you know what this microgreen tastes like. It has a kick you won't quickly forget. Spicy like horseradish, it is an amazing compliment to any Asian meal or anywhere you just want a powerful flavor.
Nutritional value: Vitamins C, A, B9, iron, and calcium.
White Russian Kale has a slightly sweet and milder flavor than full grown kale and is never bitter. Kale microgreens make it easy to beautify your plate and get your nutrition with any meal because they will never overpower.
Nutritional value: Vitamins A, K, and C with high levels of carotenoids.