Microgreen & Shoots - Mandalynn Farms

Our Microgreen Varieties


Sunflower - Black Oil

Sunflower microgreens are our all-time favorite microgreen! They are large, substantial greens that are crunchy and have a pleasant nutty flavor. We love to use them as a base for any microgreens salad. They make an excellent snack and your kids will even try to sneak them! 


Sunflower microgreens are particularly high in zinc, which has all manner of benefits, including a boost to the immune system and digestive regularity.


Vitamins A, B complex, D, and E, amino acids, copper, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, zinc and phosphorus

Pea - Speckled

Pea microgreens are one our all-time favorite microgreens! The pea shoots are sweet and delicious and fairly straight and leafy. They make a great garnish or addition to any salad.


Pea microgreens are an excellent source of these three protective agents: folate, antioxidants and carotene.

Folate aids in the production and maintenance of cells, as well as protects against DNA damageAntioxidants fight against free radical damage, which lowers the risk of cancerCarotenes are helpful antioxidants that specifically protect the body from disease and strengthen the immune system.


Vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2, B3, B6, protein, fiber, omega-3 and micronutrients.

Radish - Rambo

Rambo Radish is a striking radish that boasts the same wonderful dark cotyledons as Sango radish. The rosy stems and bright floral flavor add both a tasty and spicy flair. Use instead of sliced radish anywhere you would normally use radish. 


Radish microgreens are packed with nutritional benefits! A few of these benefits include:

Anti-inflammatory, which reduces swelling and pain in the body. Natural diuretic, which can aid in reducing blood pressure. Helps detoxify and cleanse the body.


Vitamins A, B, C, E, and K, calcium iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc and essential amino acids

Kale - Red Russian

Check out this vibrant kale microgreen with dark green leaves and variegated stems of pink, floral purple, and at times, bright red. It has a consistent flavor compared to other kale microgreens: nutty and robust—similiar to mustard, only less spicy!


Kale is an extremely nutrient dense food source. With microgreens you can receive all of the health benefits of kale and avoid the sometimes bitter taste that comes with full grown kale. Some of the health benefits of this amazing vegetable include:

Full of antioxidants that reduce free radicals, which aids in cancer prevention. Anti-inflammatory, which reduces swelling and pain in the body. Fortifies immune system and improves brain health.


Vitamins A, C, and K, antioxidants, fiber, iron, and copper

Broccoli - Waltham 29

Broccoli makes an excellent microgreen, as it is one of the easiest crops to grow. It has a deliciously mild, fresh brocolli or cabbage flavor and makes a great garnish and addition to any microgreens salad.


Broccoli colors up quickly and is greener than most other crops. It is a hardy and substantial microgreen that has a fresh, mild cabbage flavor. They are also favored for their health benefits, being a great source of sulforaphane. It is an excellent choice as a base for any micro greens salad.


Vitamins A and C, calcium, iron, and phosphorus

Wheatgrass - For Pets

Wheatgrass is known to contain a wide range of amino acids, vitamins, chlorophyll, enzymes, and fiber. The potential health benefits to consuming wheatgrass include antioxidants, organ cleansing, breath freshening, digestion support, help with constipation, odor control, energy boosting, and antiseptic properties.


The reason most cats eat grass and then proceed to regurgitate is because it helps aid in their digestion. You see, cats lack certain enzymes that digest vegetable matter; so, the fibers in grass act as a cleanser for a cat’s stomach, pulling out matter that the feline may be struggling to digest such as hairballs. Sometimes, the cat may resist vomiting in order to cleanse their intestines, making the grass work as a natural laxative. In short, grass is not harmful to your cat. In fact, it is healthy for your cat to consume a fair amount of grass, and can especially benefit from consuming wheatgrass.


Vitamin K, fiber, calcium, and iron

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Delicate pea flavour with large vibrant green leaves

Sunflower Shoots


Large green leaves with a nutty and malty flavour 

Great for any dish and pairs well as a garnish on most desserts