Hydroponic Microgreens- Sustainable and Super Nutrient Dense


Beautiful and bright green. Flavor is mild, crunchy, dense and slightly peppery. Has a mild broccoli flavor. It goes great with sandwiches, wraps, salads, pasta and fish as well as a nice addition to a tofu scramble or cooked grains.  

Black Oil Sunflower

Pleasant crunchy, nutty and fresh flavor. They can be enjoyed solo or add them to any dish or smoothie. Great in salads, sandwiches, wraps, or can be cooked as well.


The flavor is spicy, zesty and citrusy. Pairs great with fish, poultry, Mexican cuisine and Southwestern cuisine

Daikon Radish

Taste pepper-spicy and have a robust appearance. They hold up to heat use.  They are great in salads, sandwiches and as a garnish for hot dishes.

Rainbow Swiss Chard

Vibrant gold, pink, orange, purple, red, and white with bright and pastel variations. Flavor is sweet and earthy. 

Red Rambo Radish

Rambo Radish Microgreens have rosy white stems, wonderful dark purple and green cotyledons leaves. Bold peppery bright floral flavor adds both a tasty flair, crunchy texture and a great look to raw foods.


Sorrel microgreens are known for their delightful and strong lemony tang. It’s commonly used as a microherb, garnish, or to give a dash of lemon zest for the salad.

Toscano Kale

The darkest green kale for microgreens with dark blue-green leaves with light green stems.  Has a mild, earthy flavor. Toscano kale is the most tender of all the kales. Great raw or cooked!

Wasabi Mustard

Wasabi microgreens are bursting with pungently spicy flavor, just like eating the real wasabi. It’s commonly used in many Asian style dishes, seasoning the soup, or used in the salad. Depending on how much you eat, the spicy aftertaste kicks up to your nostrils fast. 

Traditional Field Produce

Availability Depends on Seasonality


 A perennial plant, asparagus is harvested in the late spring to early summer. Young, tender spears are cut from the ground before they go to seed. We have several varieties growing on the farm including Millenium, Purple Passion and more.


Several varieties of blackberries are available late June to August. Great for eating, cooking with or making jams/jellies.


Delicious and sweet, fresh blueberries ripen around mid-June.


A favorite fall decoration, gourds come in various sizes, shapes and colors. They add a special flair to your porch, table or yard.

Indian Corn

Beautiful Indian corn has long been a great fall decor. Each ear is unique!


A beautiful, seasonal favorite!


Squash can be used for decor or for eating. Similar to a pumpkin, it may be displayed and then used to make a pie later.


We love bringing fresh sunflowers to market for your enjoyment or for you to share with the birds.


Who doesn’t like watermelon? We grow several seedless and seeded varieties. Juicy and sweet!

Winter Squash

Harvested in the fall, we grow several varieties for you to enjoy: acorn, butternut, spaghetti, and mashed potato.

Garden Produce

Availability Depends on Seasonality

Fresh Cut Herbs

Root Vegetables

  • Beets
  • Carrots
  • Radish
  • Onions



  • Blue Curled Scotch
  • Red Russian Kale

Leaf Lettuces

    Fingerling Potatoes

    Slicing and Cherry Tomatoes

    Bell Peppers

    Jalapeno Peppers

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