Sunflower, Radish, broccoli, Peas with Swiss Chard leaves
We grow microgreens, some of our regular crops include: Broccoli, Peas, Radish, Beets, Sunflowers.

We also from time to time grow: Arugula, Red Clover and Amaranth.

This spring we also have seedlings for sale: Red Cherry Tomatoes and Heritage Yellow Pear shaped Tomatoes, plus Chives, Parsley, Engilish Cucumbers, Acorn Squash, Thyme and Cauliflower.

Health Benefits of Eating Microgreens!

“Microgreens contain 4-to-40x more nutrients than their mature counterparts. Microgreens also have more essential fatty acids, and help to alkalize your body and reduce acidity, which has been linked to the progression of diseases chronic inflammation, sluggish immune system, vitamin deficiency and cancer.