When gardening, some old school gardeners will use radish seeds to mark their rows so they know where slow germinating seeds were planted, like carrots. Radishes are a quick growing crop in the field. Taking just about 4 weeks from seed sowing to harvest, they pop from the soil quickly, which makes them great forContinue reading “Crop Focus – Radish Microgreens”
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Our Recycled Kitchen Garden
Spring kicks off this week and we are excited to get our outdoor garden space in order! The beds are thawing out and all of the snow is melted. As soon as these temps heat up, we will be in business! We wanted to take a moment and shine a spotlight on all ofContinue reading “Our Recycled Kitchen Garden”
Proud to be Colorado Proud!
If you live in Colorado, you have seen the Colorado Proud stickers around the grocery store. There are lots of great products that proudly display this sticker on their packaging. When you see this sticker, you can be assured that it was produced within the State of Colorado. We are excited to announce that ourContinue reading “Proud to be Colorado Proud!”
New Compostable Packaging!
We are upping our packaging game! Unfortunately, plastics are a necessity in the convenience based world we live in today. Our packaging has always been recyclable, as well as made from recycled materials, but we found a way to lessen our impact even further. A couple of weeks ago I came across a photoContinue reading “New Compostable Packaging!”
How To Eat Microgreens
There are a few repeat questions that I get at every farmers market, and they tend to focus on “how do you eat these?” or “are these just for salads?”. The answer is always “Yes, they are great for adding to a salad, but they are really amazing added to any dish!” Microgreens are delicateContinue reading “How To Eat Microgreens”
First off, lets just make it clear that I have no medical or nutritional training. I am not a doctor and any advice given should be discussed with your healthcare professionals. At the same time, these microgreens have changed my own family’s life and I don’t want misconceptions or misunderstandings get in the way fromContinue reading “Microgreens….not sprouts!”
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle on the Farm!
We try to be as sustainable as we can with our farm operations. We reuse trays, compost, and avoid using plastic when possible. The farming industry has become overrun with plastic products, and we’re trying our hardest not to add to that problem. We use plastic trays for our microgreen planting, but re-use them asContinue reading “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle on the Farm!”
Our Microgreen Menu Entering 2018
We like to grow a wide variety of microgreens that have a wide range of flavors as well as nutrition profiles. Some are spicy, while some are mild in flavor. Some are crunchy and some are delicate in texture. Some are easy to grow while others are difficult. Most grow quickly while othersContinue reading “Our Microgreen Menu Entering 2018”