Microgreens are grown fresh in the remote pinelands of South Jersey!

Superfood Nutrition with ZERO Work.

40x Nutrition. 100x Enzymes.

Authentic Whole Food.

Delivered to Your Yoor.

Time is the True Barrier to Health

Seriously, are you eating enough vegetables? 

     ...Why not?

The most common answer that I get is this: Time.


Real whole foods require time, effort, and expertise to prepare, and most people already have too much going on. How much time would you have to spend if you were eating enough veggies?


Simply put, vegetables are a grind.


There’s a reason the nutritional supplement industry is worth hundreds of billions of dollars. People know that their diets are costing them big in healthcare costs, energy, and possibly even the overall length of their lives.


But do the pills and powders work?


I don’t know. But what I do know is that Microgreens aren’t pills and powders. They’re real-deal whole foods. But they don’t require the peeling, pitting, slicing, steaming, and sautéing that makes people avoid vegetables.


They hardly require preparation at all… Microgreens have the authenticity and bioavailability of a whole food.


And since Microgreens have concentrated nutrition compared with corresponding mature vegetables, they have the potency that you would expect from a laboratory supplement.


They’re the best of both worlds. They’re vegetables that anyone can love.


Neglecting your veggies is a serious problem, and people all over the country are paying the consequences. Microgreens solve your problem without burdening you. Now you can take care of yourself and still live your life.

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Sweet and Mild, with a Slight Nutty Flavor and a Beautiful Soft Texture.

8 Essential Amino Acids

B Vitamins





...Just about everything except Vitamin D

Snack, Smoothie, Pasta Sub... Best Food EVER!

Consistency is the Only Guarantee for Results

I'll plant, grow, and harvest YOUR personal Microgreens, with love and care!

A CSA is a partnership between you and your farmer. It stands for, "Community Supported Agriculture".


The members get a better value in veggies and special access to their farm and their farmer. The farmer diminishes risk and gets start-up money for the planting season. 

Our CSA Program is different, because You Decide Everything.

  • You Choose the Quantity…
    It only works if it works for you.


  • You Choose the Variety…
    You get your Microgreens, not just what we happen to grow.


  • You Choose the Frequency…
    Every Week, Every 2 Weeks, Once per Month, whatever you like.


  • You Choose the Timetable…
    Start and finish your membership on your schedule, year round.


Don't forget, when you become a member, you also get direct access to us, your personal farmers.

It's super easy. It's your farm.

This Will Work for You because it's Effortless

Stop it!

Stop telling yourself that this year is the year that you're going to change everything in your life and live healthy. Instead, let's make a huge impact by doing this one little thing...


You’re going to laugh at how simple this is… It's just 3 easy steps:

  1. Choose your level of commitment below

  2. Choose how many units of Microgreens you’d like in your share

  3. Check-out


…That’s it! You’re a member.

This is one small and realistic change that can put you on a better course for the rest of your life.

After you check out, I'll personally schedule a call with you to tailor your share to your exact needs.

Then you just sit back and receive your Microgreens according to your exact wishes.

Sounds perfect, right?

So tell me, which of the options below fits you best?

Members choose from a variety...

Sunflower Microgreens

Large floppy cotyledon leaves give them a lovely soft texture.

Sweet and mild, with a slight nutty flavor!

(By the Pint)

Spicy Radish Microgreens

Lush green leaves with white or purple stems!

Intense radish flavor with a Sweet Hot Kick!

(By the Pint)

Sweet Pea Shoots

Long stems and soft large leaves.

Very sweet, like biting into a fresh pea pod!

(By the Pint)

Pea Tendrils

A high-end version of Sweet Pea Shoots. They have a crispier texture, as well as a more elegant form due to the frilly tendrils. They have an earthier flavor than the more common Pea Shoots.

(By the Pint)

Red Beet Microgreens

Long bright red stems with small green leaves.

Sweet and earthy; strong fresh beet flavor with the soft texture of Microgreens!

(By the Half Pint)

Broccoli Microgreens

Full shade of Green, commonly with purple stems. Slight smokey flavor, but sweet.

(By the Half Pint)

Smokey Red Cabbage Microgreens

We're calling this one "The New Darling". Uniform purple color get a lot of attention. Some are saying that it has a smokey flavor.

(By the Half Pint)


Long pointy cotyledon leaves in bold lime green.

Surprisingly strong citrus flavor.

(By the Half Pint)

Brassica Micro-Mix

Kale, Kohlrabi, Arugula, Cauliflower, Cabbage, and Broccoli.

Different shades of green leaves, light and purple stems.

Our most complex flavor. Savory and peppery, but not spicy.

(By the Half Pint)

Rambo Radish

It's multicolored, mainly shades of dark and light greens and purples. As versatile as a rainbow mix, but nicer and spicier. 

(By the Half Pint)


Fenugreek is beloved by East Indian cultures, who usually boil the seeds or cook the mature leaves.

...but it makes a fantastic Microgreen, one of the best ever, with monster health benefits!

(By the Half Pint)

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Decision Always Comes Before Attainment



You're wondering if it's worth the money.

If you're still reading this, then you probably know that you need to make a change. You might have tried to make better health decisions in the past, but nothing ever lasts.

This is your way to make a monumental difference in how you nourish your body, with such a minuscule change in behavior that it would be almost impossible not to follow through. 

Don't be so hard on yourself. This is your easy way forward.

Let's do it together.

The Silly Farmer and MicroLeaf Farms

I grew up as a musician, and made my living as an electrician in southern New Jersey for 10 years.


When my family settled in Estell Manor, our home came with a raspberry field. That was how we got into agriculture. That first year we grew raspberries, field greens, root vegetables, tomatoes, and maintained our day jobs, but we decided it was our Microgreens that would be the focus of our full time adventure in local farming.


Now, I've retired from trades and grow nutritious food for people every day, all year long.

It's like an old blues man said to me once,

"You're a farmer. Feed the people."

                                                    Billy Nichols