Seasonal Flavors™ Organic Microgreen Subscription
Elevate your home cooking by subscribing to our Seasonal Flavors™ organic microgreen subscription service. Each month you will receive a hand-selected variety of microgreens that pairs perfectly with your favorite seasonal and holiday dishes.
We offer 3-month and 6-month subscriptions, prices include fast 2-day shipping. INTRODUCTORY PRICES:
- Salads & Sides (4 oz) subscription: $20.00/month
- Everyday Gourmet (8 oz) subscription: $35.00/month
Subscriptions are sent at the start of each month. Order by the 15th to begin receiving your subscription next month.
Our Seasonal Flavors™ subscription allows you to sample our most popular microgreens, some of our favorites, and even some new varieties that are exclusive only to subscribers.
Each shipment is carefully packed to ensure fresh arrival in the summer heat or winter freeze. With each monthly delivery, you will receive:
- 4 oz (for Salads & Sides) or 8 oz (for Everyday Gourmet) of freshly harvested certified organic microgreens, including at least 4 different varieties
- Tasting notes and cooking tips for each microgreen variety
- Delicious recipes that help you use our microgreens to enhance your favorite seasonal and holiday dishes
- A subscribers-only newsletter with updates from our farm, tips for sustainable living, and even a little bit about space!
Treat yourself to the Seasonal Flavors™ microgreen subscription. For summer celebrations, winter holidays, family feasts, and birthdays, you’ll always have microgreens to make memories with each meal.
All our microgreens are USDA Certified Organic by Pennsylvania Certified Organic (PCO).
What are microgreens?
Microgreens are the immature shoots of edible plants. Many different kinds of plants can be a microgreen, as long as the plant or seed is edible. For example, you may not see a pepper microgreen because the pepper is the fruit of the plant, rather than the plant itself.
Are microgreens like sprouts?
Microgreens have three parts: a central stem, the cotyledon, and sometimes the first pair of very young true leaves. Sprouts are all of that, plus the root and the seed coat. Microgreens are usually a bit older than sprouts, harvested between 10-21 days rather than between 5-7 days. They are also grown in drier conditions than sprouts, which are germinated for their full growth cycle in a warm, wet environment. It is for this reason that researchers think that sprouts pose a greater food safety risk than microgreens, however this research is still ongoing.
Want to know more about microgreens? Check out our Microgreen Nutrition FAQ page.