What are microgreens?
Microgreens are small vegetable or herb greens usually harvested after the first leaves (known as the cotyledon leaves) emerge. They are used both as visual and flavour components, often in fine-dining dishes. With their distinctive textures, appearance and flavours that differ greatly from their full-grown equivalents, these tiny greens add a depth and freshness to a variety of dishes.
Typical microgreen varieties include arugula, kale, peas, radish, sunflower, basil, cilantro and cabbage. For a full list and description of the greens we grow, check out Our Products.
Microgreen popularity is increasing in Vancouver and across North America as more studies highlight the health benefits of these fresh greens. See Microgreens + Health for more information.
We grow approximately fifteen varieties of fresh microgreens with a wide range of flavours, colours and textures.
Purchasing Our Products
Our greens can be purchased at several fine retailers across Vancouver, online, or directly by contacting us.
Microgreens + Health
A number of recent studies have highlighted the incredible health benefits and nutrient content of various microgreen varieties.