Our product overview
Here you will find an overview of all the products we are currently growing. By clicking on the products you can get more information about the individual microgreens.
Amaranth is a pseudocereal and was already considered by the Incas and Aztecs as a sacred and life-prolonging staple food.
Broccoli calabrese is another superfood among the micro-vegetables. Due to its newly discovered ingredients, it is considered an immune system booster.
Order the delicious red kohlrabi as a micro-vegetable and enjoy its fresh, mild taste. Perfect in a smoothie, but also on bread or in a salad.
You are probably already familiar with watercress. But did you know that watercress grown with microgreen seeds has an even more intense flavour than the supermarket variety?
The best organic wheat grass. This wheat can also be used in seed form for consumption and baking.
Pak choi – or Chinese mustard cabbage – is an Asian leafy vegetable and a close relative of Chinese cabbage. Its taste is similar: wonderfully mild with a slight mustardy aroma.
Arugula – also known as salad rocket – is mainly known in Italian cuisine as a garnish for spicy salads.
Red radishes are the first harbingers of spring in this country. With microgreens you can enjoy their fresh and spicy taste.
Daikon radish is an essential ingredient in Asian cuisine. Its popularity is due to its many uses and healthy ingredients.
Sunflowers not only look good in blossom, they are also one of the tastiest microgreens when young.
The mung bean is probably the most widespread type of bean in the world, it is popular because of its above-average amount of nutrients .
Red Mizuna – also known as Japanese mustard cabbage – is one of the “Asian salads” and, thanks to its taste and ingredients, is also very popular.
Green peas taste good to almost everyone and are very healthy.
The name alfalfa means “father of all foods” and reflects the importance of this useful plant, also called “lucerne”, with its valuable ingredients.