Microgreens are a new class of vegetables harvested when the plant’s first leaves have fully expanded, but before true leaves have emerged.

Other microgreens have a short shelf life due to rapid product deterioration after harvesting. As a remedy, Timeya's Microgreens are sold with their roots still attached to the coconut coir pad - 100% living and growing.

We are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality living microgreens, extending the purchased product’s shelf-life and ensuring that the living microgreens retain all of their nutrients until you are ready to harvest. 

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Garnet amaranth has proven to be the richest source of vitamin E among these greens

Green daikon radish is the richest in vitamin K1.

Cilantro sprouts are rich in carotenoids, lutein, and violaxanthin, and they contain 3 times more beta-carotene than the grown plant.

Micro Fennel provides vitamin C, phytonutrients and fiber.

Pea Shoots contain seven times more vitamin C than blueberries, eight times more folic acid than bean sprouts, four times more Vitamin A than tomatoes and up to 69% of high quality bio available protein

Broccoli could keep carcinogens and irritating pollutants at bay. Read more in this study from Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Red cabbage microgreens provide four times more vitamin C than the grown vegetable, 40 times more vitamin E, and 69 times more vitamin K.