learn about microgreens

Unleash this superfood in your weekly diet

4-40 times more nutrients than fully grown vegetables

Microgreens are baby vegetables, usually harvested about 6-14 days after sowing the seed. This is the optimal time for concentrated nutritional benefits and taste. This is before the true leaves of the vegetable, which would traditionally not be eaten, begin to grow and in turn reduce the nutritional benefits

Eating microgreens has a variety of health benefits. They are a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, which can help to boost the immune system and protect against disease. Microgreens have also been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties, which may help to reduce the risk of chronic conditions such as heart disease and diabetes.

In addition to their nutritional value, microgreens are also versatile and can be easily incorporated into a variety of dishes. They can be used as a garnish, added to salads and sandwiches, or used as a topping for soups and other dishes.

Overall, microgreens are a delicious and nutritious addition to any diet and can provide a range of health benefits. So, try adding them to your meals today and enjoy all the benefits that microgreens have to offer!

buttery sunflower

Taste & Texture

Nutty, Lemony, Crisp, Crunchy, & Fresh


Vitamins A, B, complex D, and E, amino acids, copper, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, zinc and phosphorus, chlorophyll, complete protein, amino acids, niacin, enzymes, folic acid, selenium, & lecithin.  


Sunflower microgreens are particularly high in zinc, which has all manner of benefits, including a boost to the immune system and digestive regularity.

mild broccoli

Taste & Texture

Mild Spice, Mild Crunch, Fresh, & Tender


Vitamins: A, B, C, E, & K. Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Zinc, & Chlorophyll. Broccoli also includes Sulforaphane, Phytochemicals, Amino Acids, Protein, Carotene, Antioxidants, Indoles, & Beta-Carotene.


Broccoli is a hardy and substantial microgreen that are favoured for their health benefits, being a great source of sulforaphane. This is commonly used for the prevention of prostate and other types of cancer.

spicy radish

Taste & Texture

Spicy, zesty, peppery, crisp, crunchy & fresh


Vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, C, E, and K, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, potassium, copper, zinc, chlorophyll, folate, dietary fibre, riboflavin and essential amino acids.  


Radish provides anti-inflammatory properties which reduces swelling and pain in the body. Radish microgreens are a natural diuretic, which can aid in reducing blood pressure. They also help to detoxify and cleanse the body.

sweet pea

Taste & Texture

Sweet taste, mild crunch, fresh & tender


Vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2, B3, B6, C & EProtein, Amino Acids, Niacin, Carbohydrates, Fibre, Folate, Chlorophyll, Omega-3, Antioxidants & Phytonutrients and micronutrients.  


Pea micros are an excellent source of folate which aids in the production and maintenance of cells, as well as protects against DNA damage. Pea also contains antioxidants which fight against free radical damage, lowering the risk of cancer. Other helpful antioxidants are carotenes that specifically protect the body from disease and strengthen the immune system.

micro mix

A delicious mix of our 4 microgreen varieties, Sunflower, broccoli, radish and pea. For those that aren’t sure of what variety they perfect, or those that love them all!

sunny salad mix

A super simple salad mix, a tastier, healthier alternative to a your traditional greens, add some protein and dressing and make it a meal. Shelf life is increased as there is no broccoli in this mix, so it is great to take on a picnic or further afield-it is our camping staple!

Researches with the University of Maryland College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (AGNR) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently completed a study to determine the level of nutrients in microgreens compared to their mature counterparts.