Who Are We?
Waxhaw Greens is a year-round farm that offers locals a variety of fresh microgreens. All our products are organically grown to order and delivered fresh. At Waxhaw Greens our priority is for you to enjoy fresh, healthy microgreens, available at your fingertips throughout the year. We achieve that by combining technology and organic sources.
Our Microgreens skip the long supply chain and arrives straight from our farm to your home the same day they are harvested. Our goal is simple; grow the purest microgreens possible to create a healthier life for every one of our customers.
Better Food, Better Health!
Why Eat Microgreens?
With minimal prep and cooking needed, they are the most cost effective and time saving way to boost the nutritional value of anything and everything you eat. Packed with nutrients and antioxidants, microgreens help boost immunity, lose weight and even fight cancer!
What Are Microgreens?
Microgreens are vegetable and herb seedlings grown in soil and harvested at fourteen or fewer days. We call them the tiny superfood with nutritional levels off the charts. These pretty little things are concentrated in nutrients, as much as 40 times more than the mature leaves of the same plants. They provide intense flavor in delicate bites and add unexpected beauty to plates and texture to dishes.
Microgreens are also known as ‘vegetable confetti’ because they are beautiful, tiny greens characterized by a variety of colors and shapes, as well as by very different and intense, sometimes surprising, flavors.
Our Growing Practices
Advanced Water Filtration
We use an Advanced Water Filtration system that removes 98-100% of the contaminants found in tap water which include lead, chlorine, fluoride, bacteria, viruses, heavy metals and industrial pollutants. These compounds inhibit healthy plant growth and are detrimental to your overall health.
Non GMO seeds
We only use Non-GMO Seeds sourced from trusted suppliers.
We grow indoors, following organic practices, with no pesticides EVER, and in organic soil. As a small farm, we have not pursued organic certification, but will likely do so in the near future.