The Core Group
Sunflower is one of the most popular microgreens. It is crunchy, pleasantly nutty and slightly sweet in flavor, makes it a great choice for almost any salad mix. Kids love to snack on it, really.
Nutrition: Protein, calcium and iron, 8 essential amino acids, Vitamin A/C/K/D, Vitamin B complex, folic acid, and various trace minerals.
Health Benefits: Lower blood cholesterol, teeth and bone health, regulate hormones, heart health.
Speckled pea has a relatively unique sweet taste. The shoot is tender and succulent without the tendrils, making it suitable for juicing.
Flavor: Slight sweet, crunchy, robust flavor
Color: Vibrant green leaves and stems
Nutrition: nutrition values include beta-carotene – which our bodies convert into vitamin A, vitamin C, folate–which is an essential building block for the human body, and fiber.
Color: Bold green leaves, white/red stems
Radish sprouts list of nutrients reads like the info panel on a bottle of multivitamins. These are some seriously powerful little greens. Not only do they contain vitamins A, B, C, E, and K, they also deliver calcium iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and zinc. But that’s not all. Radish sprouts are rich in essential amino acids and chlorophyll which has all sorts of benefits from cancer-fighting properties to digestive aid. These babies also contain a whole lot of fiber and roughage which we all know is important to help keep things running smooth.
Flavor: Mild, crunchy, dense, slight bitter in a good way
Color: Bright green leaves, slight pinkish stems
Nutrition: High in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, protein, calcium
Broccoli microgreen has a milder broccoli-taste, or bitterness, some say. The slightly bitter taste is due to the presence of a compound called sulforaphane. This compound is actually good for your health.
Live Tray $25
Live 1/2 tray $15
There are reasons, very good reasons, that wheatgrass has been one of the reigning champs of microgreens for so long. Wheatgrass is rich in vitamins A, B complex, C, and E. This green machine also contains iron, zinc, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, and selenium. Selenium is a powerful antioxidant and may have some cancer fighting abilities. It also aids in good thyroid function, improves blood flow, helps lower risk of heart disease, and it may even be linked to good respiratory function. Did I mention it’s also an immune-booster? What’s not to love?
100% Powdered Microgreens
Our Powdered Microgreens contains a mixture of various microgreens and herbs and reduced with a low temperature dehydration process. Powdered Microgreens can retain up to 95% of their original nutritional value.
Add your Powdered Microgreens to soups, chili, protein shakes, and smoothies. Mix them into eggs and live out your Dr. Suess dreams.
16oz $20 (can be shipped)
100% Powdered Wheatgrass
Our Powdered Wheatgrass is perfect to add to your daily smoothie, or mix into water for a shot. Powdered Wheatgrass can retain up to 95% of their original nutritional value maintaining this powder as a superfood.
16oz $20 (can be shipped)
Spice Combos with Powdered Microgreens
Well, look at us getting creative. We mixed out 100% Powdered Microgreens with a fine grain Pink Himalayan Salt and a zesty Steak Seasoning (we like them on our veggies). Make sure to shake them up..! You can sprinkle the salt on anything you want a bit more salty and the Steak Seasoning is perfect for meats and like we said, veggies (we hit up our potatoes and brussel sprouts).
2-3oz per jar
$20 for the combo (can be shipped)
All catgrass is grown to order and requires 7-9 days before it can be delivered. It has to grow a little first. Message us to secure one or two.
5x5 container Living Catgrass $10
10x10" flat of Living Catgrass $20 (good for two or more kitties)
non-GMO and chemical pesticide free
Cat grass is a wheatgrass mix of spring wheat, barley, and oats. It's not to be confused with the grass outdoors on your lawn, which can contain toxic pesticides. Our Catgrass is grown indoors and is pesticide and fertilizer free and non-GMO.
One long-standing myth is that cats only eat grass when they are sick, but research shows that this is not the case. In addition to providing enjoyment, cat grass benefits your best friend's life by helping their digestive system.