Baby Greens

The word “micro” here says it all. Microgreens are young seedlings of edible vegetables and herbs. Unlike larger herbs and vegetables that take weeks or months to grow, microgreens can be harvested and eaten a week to 10 days after the cotyledon leaves (a part of the embryo within the seed) have developed.

At our vertical farm in Munich, we're passionate about producing the highest-quality microgreens using sustainable and organic growing practices. We offer a wide variety of microgreens, including arugula, radish, kale, sunflower, and many more, all grown without any harmful pesticides or chemicals. We believe that everyone should have access to fresh, nutritious produce, and we're committed to making it easy and affordable for you to enjoy our microgreens year-round.

Thank you for choosing our microgreens, and we look forward to providing you with the best microgreens you've ever tasted!


Microgreens pack a nutritional punch

Their vibrancy and delicateness make for an obvious choice in terms of visual appeal, giving dishes that necessary pop. But these pretty little things are also, though miniscule in size, concentrated with nutrients.

Studies have shown that microgreens are loaded with nutrients, such as vitamins, C, E, and K, lutein, and beta-carotene, 40 fold than the mature leaves of the same plants.

Like its full-grown counterparts, the levels of these nutrients vary across the wide array of microgreens. Of course, mature vegetables could never be replaced, providing you with the necessary fiber that your body needs, but microgreens fill in all of the other gaps in your dietary needs.

Microgreens have intense and unique flavors

There doesn’t need to be much convincing for you to want to eat them; microgreens are absolutely delicious.

Just like how they’re concentrated in nutrients, they’re also packed with intense flavors, featuring complex flavor profiles. Microgreens can also provide a nice textural contrast. Add a few microgreens to that dish, and your food can go a long way.

Take purple radish for example. These tiny microgreens are ready for harvest in as little as 6 days, and they taste just like a spicy radish!

Check our BabyGreens and how they can be used in Delicious Meals and Smoothies

We urban-farm our Microgreen Babies in Munich, Germany