Try Our Classic Microgreens Mixes
Enjoy our nutritious microgreen mixes, featuring a varying combination of radish, kale, broccoli, sunflower, pea shoots, arugula, kohlrabi, and edible flowers like gem marigold and nasturtium! A perfect addition to a salad or sandwich.
Our weekly farmstand at our Hyde Park greenhouse features our microgreens, locally-sourced produce, and our full stock of medicinal, tropical, and subtropical plants. Pre-order at our online store.
21 Norton St. Hyde Park, MA 02136
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.
Thank you City of Boston for making this farm possible.
We Grow Microgreens, LLC has been supported by grants from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Massachusetts Department of Agriculture (MDAR), and the City of Boston, which made this farm possible.
Mayor Marty Walsh, Lisa, and Tim cut the ribbon, October 2019
WE WELCOME SNAP, WIC, AND HIP
PROUD TO BE A MINORITY AND BLACK OWNED BUSINESS
Photos courtesy of Clean Food Club
What Makes Us Unique
BIG CITY, LITTLE GREENS
We have fresh microgreens that are organically and locally grown right here in Boston, which means very low food mileage.
REAL SUNLIGHT, REAL SOIL
Rather than being grown hydroponically, all of our microgreens are grown in natural sunlight and soil in our greenhouse in Boston.
COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY
We strive to contribute to our community by encouraging people to participate in local agriculture.
We Grow Microgreens, LLC has been working diligently since 2015 to establish itself as an urban farm. Owners Lisa Evans and Tim Smith collaborated with the City of Boston to obtain a piece of land, and the neighborhood of Hyde Park welcomed their farm into its fabric. Through community support and generous grants from the United States Department of Agriculture, the Massachusetts Department of Agriculture, and the city of Boston, owners Tim and Lisa, with the help of local youth, cleared the land, constructed a 4600-square-foot, energy and water-conserving glass greenhouse and two high tunnels, built a landscaped community walking path and filled the farm with raised garden beds. The Farm now grows edible flowers and microgreens, as well as herbs, vegetables and medicinal plants. We sincerely thank you for your support and patience as we continue to grow into a productive farm.
Founders Lisa Evans and Tim Smith