Our Microgreens

Elevate your health with PennGrows! Our pesticide-free microgreens are available at farmers’ markets, specialty stores, and via subscription. We offer recipes and educational programs to inspire a greener lifestyle.

Our Microgreens

These miniature marvels may be small in size, but they’re mighty in flavor, nutrition, and culinary versatility. Radish, Broccoli, Arugula, Red Cabbage and others. 

WHERe to buy

You can find our pesticide-free, locally grown microgreens at select farmers’ markets, specialty food stores, and we offer a convenient subscription service.

Microgreen growers program

Bring the excitement of microgreen cultivation directly to you! Our 10-day program transforms indoor spaces into lively laboratories of growth, exploration, and flavor.

TRY A RECIPE

We aim to cultivate a health-conscious community by sharing our knowledge on growing microgreens and providing a curated recipe page. This resource offers creative, nutritious ways to incorporate microgreens into everyday meals, from smoothies to salads. Our goal is to make healthy eating simple, delicious, and accessible for everyone.

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR MICROGREENS

Sunflower Microgreens

Sunflower microgreens are young sprouts grown from the seeds of the black oil sunflower. These microgreens are characterized by their slender, dark green stems and delicate, elongated leaves.

Broccoli Microgreens

Broccoli microgreens are young sprouts grown from the seeds of broccoli . These microgreens are packed with nutrients and offer a mild, slightly peppery flavor. 

Radish Microgreens

Radish microgreens are young sprouts grown from radish seeds. These microgreens are known for their peppery, bold flavor and vibrant appearance.

Want to know more about our Microgreen Growers Program?

Location

465 Pike Road, Suite 110

Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006

Contact

info@penngrows.com

Phone

215-346-6631

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