True Leaf Market is the leading supplier of Bulk / Wholesale MicroGreen seed to the top growers from coast to coast. In addition, True Leaf conducts year round growth trials to find the best methods, times and light requirements for various MicroGreens in order to provide maximum flavor and success.
Sprouts have a earthy and hearty flavor. Baby sunflower greens are a delicious addition to salads. Both are rich in nutrients and enzymes.
Basic Salad Micro Mix. A flavorful and colorful combination of microgreens that grow well together and can be harvested at 10 days. Contains: Broccoli, Kale, Kohlrabi, Arugula & Red Acre Cabbage. Choose Size.
Up to 60 daysThe most popular beet on the market, since 1892. The 2 ½ to 3-inch globe shaped roots are tender and sweet. A dual-purpose vegetable, the deep green tops can be cooked like swiss chard. Great for canning and fresh eating.
A flavorful and colorful combination of microgreens that grow well together and can be harvested at 10 days. Contains: Broccoli, Kale, Kohlrabi, Arugula, Red Cabbage & Southern Giant Mustard for an extra kick. Choose Size.
Up to 50 days. Dark
green oak leaf cut leaves with frilly leaf margins, may be richer in vitamins and
minerals than other greens, red and purple hues, especially in the veins, will
intensify after fall frosts.
This slow-bolting strain is
grown primarily for its broad, deep green, celery-like, pungent foliage. Used
in Oriental and Mexican cuisine. Use seed to flavor meats, pickles and baked
Dun Pea Microgreen Seeds. One of our all time favorites with slightly sweet, substantial crunchy shoots. It should be grown only in soil and prefers a dryer soil with less frequent drench watering. Choose Quantity.
Up to 85 days. Great tasting short, non-uniform variety producing medium-large heads, 5 to 6 inches in diameter. Very popular variety for the home garden. Plants bred to withstand decreasing fall temperature.
Amaranth is a high protein sprout; higher that the cereal grains. This variety has a charming red/magenta color. Use in salads or in many oriental dishes.
55 days. This vigorous, 15 inch kale variety has
finely curled, blue-green, vitamin-rich leaves.
A spicy sprout to add a little perk to sandwiches, salads etc.. Mix with alfalfa sprouts for a favorite sandwich cruncher.
Petroselinum crispum Annual. 72 days. The flat leaf parsley has a stronger flavor then the curled varieties, an is generally preferred for cooking. Broad, dark green leaves may be cut repeatedly. Used fresh or dried. Ht. 6-8 in. Approx. 18,000 seeds/oz.
45 days. Large, bright green
fringed and curled leaves. Mild flavor. Approx. 17,000 seeds/oz.
65 days. Recommended by USU.
Golden Acre is a slow bolting, vigorous, early cabbage with 5 to 6 inch round
heads. Mild flavor. Yellows (Fusarium wilt) resistant. Approx. 7.000
80 days. Large, upright, full-bodied heads with dark-green, slightly savoyed leaves that are mild and sweet. Plant reaches about 10 inches tall. Midribs are crunchy and juicy. Because of their higher chlorophyll content, romaine lettuces are among the most nutritious of all lettuces. Excellent performer in the intermountain region. Mosaic tolerant. Approx. 16,000 seeds/oz.
Utah 52-70 takes up to 100
days until it matures and is ready for harvest. Recommended by USU. Good heart
development and strong roots. Widely adapted. Approx. 70,000 seeds/oz.
2 to 6 days. Arguably the most striking of the sprouting raddishes. This reddish-stemmed radish with stunning purple cotyledons adds visual appeal and a radish snap to salads and sandwiches.
Once planted, it may take 65
days until Snowball Cauliflower is ready to harvest . Recommended by USU and is
well adapted for short season areas. Approx. 7,000 seeds/oz.
2 to 6 days. Another striking sprouting radish that boast the same wonderful dark cotyledons and Sango. The rosy stems and bright flavor add both a tasty flair and a great look to cold foods.
Up to 80 days. Large, glossy, dark purple-bronze leaves make this herb very ornamental as well as flavorful. Attractive as border for yellow or gold flowers.
55 days. Smooth round roots, 4 to 6 inches across are purple on top and white below. Flesh is white, mild, and crisp. Stores well. Approx. 12,000 seeds/oz.
Dun peas can be sprouted, grow into microgreens, used in soups, hydrated and cooked, and planted in a garden. Dun pea sprouts are crunchy with a sweet flavor. Available in various quantities in resealable packaging.
MicroGreens can also be grown at home on your kitchen counter; they have an intense flavor and high nutritional value that exceeds that of sprouts and baby greens. Being harvested so early in their growth cycle, they create very tender, flavorful stems and leaves, which are superb in salads, on hors d'oeuvres, on sandwiches, or as a powerful additive garnish. As a bonus, many MicroGreens can be easily grown from seed and ready for eating within a week.
If you are just getting started, you might want to check out one of our MicroGreen starter kits or other MicroGreen supplies. You don't need a kit to get started, but we have tested these products and they worked best in our trials. You might also be interested in"Microgreens" by Eric Franks & Jasmine Richardson. This is a great book to get you started and the photos alone are worth the price.