We Grow Microgreens, LLC is a Hyde Park, Boston, Massachusetts based urban farm specializing in highly nutritious microgreens, edible flowers, herbs and plants using organic and sustainable growing practices.
Microgreens are tender, edible seedlings of vegetables and herbs grown to the cotyledons (seed leaves) or first true leaf stages. In comparison to their mature counterparts, microgreens provide five times more vitamins and carotenoids. Unlike sprouts, they are grown in soil and only the stem and the leaves are eaten. Microgreens provide strong flavors, bright colors and delicious textures for salads, entrees, or desserts!
Our newly constructed 4,600-square-foot glass greenhouse is energy efficient and water conserving featuring translucent Soliculture solar panels. Rainwater is collected off the roof of the greenhouse for watering the plants. Potting soil is used as growing medium, and we try to find organically-sourced seeds. After harvest, we compost our soil thus minimizing waste. Herbs are also grown in raised garden beds on the farm. Sustainability is one of our founding principles.
We Grow Microgreens owners Lisa and Tim started this company from a tiny greenhouse in their backyard. Now they operate a 4,600 square foot greenhouse and two high tunnels. Lisa experienced the benefits of eating a diet full of microgreens at the Hippocrates Health Institute and became fascinated with their curative properties. Tim is an urban gardener, who has won local awards for various produce and gardens.
A huge thank you for your patience and for supporting us as we have grown.
Founders Lisa Evans and Tim Smith
The farm began in our backyard...
Our 275 square foot greenhouse in our backyard.
Five and a half years later, the City of Boston conveyed the farm a piece of land
Lisa and Tim stand with Mayor Martin J. Walsh as the ribbon is cut for the
new Gakon greenhouse.
Which is now home to our 4,600-square-foot Gakon greenhouse.
We Grow Microgreens, LLC's farm has been supported by grants from
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
The Massachusetts Department of Agriculture (MDAR)
The City of Boston
This support made the Farm possible.
Enjoy our nutritious microgreen mixes. Featuring a varying combination of radish, kale, broccoli, sunflower, pea shoots, arugula, purple shiso, and edible flowers like gem marigold and nasturtium! A perfect addition to a salad or sandwich.
Try Our Classic Microgreens Mixes
Fridays from 1pm - 5pm
Our weekly farmstand at our Hyde Park greenhouse features our microgreens, locally-sourced produce, and our full stock of cultural and exotic plants.
21 Norton St. Hyde Park, MA 02136
Community Preservation Act Path
Spring, Summer and Fall
From Dawn to Dusk
Our Community Preservation Act grant-funded path welcomes you. Designed by Wes Wirth of Thomas Wirth Associates in collaboration with We Grow Microgreens, LLC, the path features views of our Hyde Park greenhouse, specialty plants and flowers, and our high tunnels.
Proud to be a Minority and Black Owned Business
Photos courtesy of Clean Food Club
We welcome SNAP, WIC and HIP.