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 Microgreens are up to 40% more nutritious than mature plants 

Our Micro-greens are grown with love and care,

without chemicals of any kind.

We use organic, sustainable materials such as coconut coir

in addition to creating our own healthy compost on-site to grow our greens.

Spicy Mix

       

A powerful and attractive combination of

Kale, Kohlrabi, Arugula, Red Cabbage, Cauliflower & Southern Giant Mustard 

This mix has the best of many worlds, offering high levels of many vitamins, antioxidants and minerals.

It truly belongs in the ranks of “super foods” and is a delicious addition to almost any dish.

Try it with omelets, salads, smoothies, soups, main dishes, and even pizza.

 

 

 

4" X 4" tray = $5                               10" X 10" tray = $15                      10" X 20" tray = $25

 

 

 

Basic Mix 

 

A milder version of Spicy Salad without the mustard, this mix still provides a bit of a kick.

Kale, Kohlrabi, Arugula, Red Acre Cabbage & Cauliflower.

This mix provides some of the most important nutrients that our bodies don’t get from many modern foods.

You will receive benefits from even a small portion, so include it with every meal!

 

4" X 4" tray = $5                               10" X 10" tray = $15                      10" X 20" tray = $25

 

 

 

 

New varieties added regularly.

 

Visit:

SUNCOASTGROWN.com

for updates, recipes and more.

 
 

Instructions For Care

 

Light and location: 

 

Place your greens where they will get some light.

This can be florescent light or sunlight, and does not have to be direct lighting.

 

If you can put them near a south facing window, this may extend their life.

They can be stored outside as well, but protect them from rain.

 

Ideal temperature is 60-88 degrees Fahrenheit,

but they can survive quite well from the 40’s in to the 90’s.

If it is really hot, try to put them in afternoon shade or part shade all day.

Water:

 Your greens will do better when watered from the bottom.

Place the tray in a container of water, let it soak for a couple of minutes, and remove.

 

Microgreens will not be happy standing in water for too long, they just need to drink and then get air.

Water your greens every 2-3 days (this will vary depending on how dry, hot or windy it is).

 

Harvest: 

 

When you’re ready to eat some greens,

cut them with scissors as close to their base as you can without disturbing the soil.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Voila! 

 

You now have available to you in a delicious package

some of the most concentrated nutrition you can get from any food!

 

Orders Delivered

to

PICK-UP LOCATIONS

each

Tuesday 

Pick-up times may vary.

Microgreens not already in inventory, 
can take up to two weeks to grow

 

Please plan orders in advance

for your convenience.

Please contact us 

for delivery/pickup arrangements as we don't ship.

 

We are currently adding Pickup Locations for your convenience. Choose one of the 
locations below and check back for new locations as they become available.

 

 

Citrus County: 


Wednesday: 'Living Life Naturally Wellness Center' or 'LLNWWC', 8851 E Gulf to Lake Hwy, Inverness, Fl 34450
Cathy or Virginia 352-422-2813, 10:30am-5pm, After hours please call we'll make arrangements.
Living Life Naturally

 

 

Hernando County:


Tuesday: 'Little Rock Cannery',15487 Citrus Way, Brooksville, Florida, see Kathi or Sandi 352-799-4226
http://www.hernandocounty.us/cannery/where-when

Tuesday: 'Beasley Farm', 10137 Preston Road, Brooksville, Florida, 
http://beasleyfarmbrooksville.blogspot.com

 

 

Pasco County:


Tuesday: 'Pasco Wellness Center', 4802 Grand Blvd, New Port Richey, see Linda Eden 727-271-1521

Pinellas County:
verification - Clearwater 

 

 

Hillsborough County:


Tuesday: 'Numa Nursery', 2901 N Woodrow Avenue, Tampa, See Kendrick 813-690-6516
Numa Nursery

 

 

Please Provide specific Pickup Location Name as it appears above in quotations into the shopping cart instructions

A powerful and colorfully attractive combination of

 

Kale, Purple Kohlrabi, Red Cabbage, Cauliflower and Broccoli

 

This mix has the best of many worlds, offering high levels of many vitamins, antioxidants and minerals. It truly belongs in the ranks of “superfoods” and is a delicious addition to almost any dish. Try it with omelets, salads, smoothies, soups, main dishes, and pizza. You will receive benefits from even a small portion, so include some with every meal!

Also a powerful and colorfully attractive combination of

 

Kale, Purple Kohlrabi, Red cabbage, Cauliflower, with Southern Giant Mustard. 

 

This mix adds a nice kick from the mustard. Also high levels of many vitamins, antioxidants and minerals. Try it with omelets, salads, smoothies, soups, main dishes, and pizza.

Asian Mix

This is one of our favorites.

 

Purple Kohlrabi, Red Cabbage, Mizuna, Tatsoi and Tokyo Bekana

Purple Kohlrabi and Red Cabbage give this mix a beautiful color and glow along with plenty of concentrated nutrients, while Mizuna, Tatsoi and Tokyo Bekana add a slightly spicy Asian flavor. This mix provides some of the most important nutrients that our bodies don’t get from many modern foods, and adds subtle flavoring to salads and just about anything else.

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Get the kick of arugula, micro-style.

 

A great flavor addition when cooked, or in salads or garnish. Arugula is ideal for use as an edible garnish on pizza, omelets and pasta or atop grilled seafood and poultry. 

 

The peppery flavor of Arugula pairs exceptionally well with tomato, olives, garlic, beets, citrus, nuts and cheeses such as goat, parmesan and mozzarella.

 

One of the earliest herbs to be used by chefs and still one of the most popular because of its unique flavor, arugula is high in both vitamin C, calcium, vitamin A and folic acid.Sunflower Fiber and fatty acids, up to 30% protein, along with a number of important trace minerals and other vitamins make this microgreen one of the most well-rounded, nutritionally.

Packed with protein and Vitamin K

 

Essential for bone and protein formation, amaranth has a mild flavor similar to spinach and can be used in salads, added raw to soups before serving, or as a garnish on virtually any dish to beautify it. It is very attractive with kale, basil, cress or many other greens and works well in mixes.

 

The brilliant red color is indicative of the high nutrient content and adds interest and beauty to presentations.

Sunflower

Along with fiber and fatty acids, sunflower has up to 30% protein.  

 

Included are a number of important trace minerals and other vitamins that make this microgreen one of the most well-rounded, nutritionally.

 

Use it in salads or sandwiches, paired with creamy vinegrette.

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An ancient herb used for thousands of years around the world, with many nutritious elements. 

 

 

The basil microgreen can taste even more strongly than that of the mature plant.

 

Can be added to many dishes, even used as a base for pesto and other sauces.

Crisp and juicy.

 

Similar to broccoli and cabbage, but milder and sweeter. 

 

Purple stems make an unusual and attractive addition.

 

Red Acre Cabbage

A red tint gives this cabbage a great look as a garnish or in a variety of dishes. 

 

 

A mild taste packs major nutritional value with up to 160 times the concentration of mature cabbage.

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A very unique variety and favorite among chefs.

With large purple-edged leaves and red stems with a mild radish taste make this microgreen an 

 

attractive addition to any meal.

 

With their signature peppery taste, radish microgreens contain beneficial amounts of folate and B6.

 

They make a delightful finisher to a salad - one idea is to combine with watermelon and avocado.

Super food qualities are even more concentrated in a microgreen.

 

Microgreens contain enzymes that are currently being studied for their ability to inhibit cancer growth.

 

The taste is a concentrated flavor of kale.

 

Add tahini, lemon juice, dried fruit, apple cider vinegar and apples to reduce the bitterness and create an intriguing mix.

 

Pea Shoots

With seven times the vitamin C of blueberries and eight times the folic acid of bean sprouts, 

 

 

Pea shoot tendrils add a delicate beauty to presentations.

 

Try these microgreens in a strawberry salad or with radishes and pickled onion, or a dozen other dishes.

 

Shoots will regrow and you will get a second crop.

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