Harvest your own Organic Microgreens!
Cut your microgreens fresh as you need from our tray. We can replenish them when you’re ready to reorder.
Organic microgreens $5.00 punnet (for pick-ups from our home) or $7 for deliveries to your door.
Organic plants and vegetables from $2.50
Organic Vegetables ready now: Swede, Broccoli, Broad Beans, Iceberg Lettuce, Brussels Sprout, Radish, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Basil, Coriander, Silverbeet & Beetroot.
Organic Microgreens ready now: Sunflower, Rocket, Radish & beetroot
We now supply organic Microgreen kits, with full instructions & everything you need to start growing, with enough greens for you and your family, right now for $35.
If you do not need your plant pots or seed trays, please bring back on your next visit, it helps us to keep cost low for you and helps our Environment.
To place regular orders or enquires call Cheryl: 027 396 1505
We hope you enjoy your Home Grown Seedlings as much as we enjoyed growing them.
WE OFFER FREE DELIVERY within 12 kilometres of Richmond, or with a minimum order of $100 (this is area dependent). Additional deliveries available upon request
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