top of page

Webster Microgreens

We are located in Evanston, Wy and have been growing for over a year now. We are pleased and very excited to provide to our chefs and as well our amazing and loving community. Everyone Is welcome to take a look at our operation and as well learn some fun and interesting facts about microgreens.

What are MicroGreens?

Microgreens are young plants harvested just after the first set of true leaves have developed. These tiny greens are typically between 1-3 inches in height and are harvested when they are about 2-4 weeks old. They are packed with nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, and have a concentrated flavor that can add a fresh and vibrant taste to various dishes.

Microgreens can be grown from various vegetables, herbs, and legume seeds, such as arugula, basil, broccoli, radish, pea shoots, and many others. They can be grown in soil or hydroponically using a medium such as coconut coir, vermiculite, or rock wool.

Microgreens have become increasingly popular in recent years, as they are easy to grow at home and can be used in various dishes, including salads, sandwiches, soups, and smoothies. They are also used as a garnish to add color and flavor to dishes.

Fun Facts

1. Microgreens have been around for centuries and were first used by chefs in France in the 1980s.

2. Microgreens are packed with nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. In fact, some studies have shown that microgreens can contain up to 40 times more nutrients than their mature counterparts.

3. Microgreens can be grown from a wide range of seeds, including vegetable, herb, and legume seeds. Some microgreens, like sunflower microgreens, are also rich in healthy fats.

4. Microgreens are environmentally friendly, as they require fewer resources, such as water and fertilizer, than full-grown plants.

5. Microgreens are a great way to introduce kids to gardening and healthy eating habits. They can also be a fun and educational activity for adults.

overhead shot of Microgreens





  • Facebook
  • Instagram
bottom of page