What’s Available Now!

bullthistlegardens@gmail.com

David Gray: 612.730.1204

Whats Available:

The week of 10/2/19: Basil – Arugula

The week of 10/9/19: Spicy Mix – Mild Mix – Kale – Cilantro – Radish

Shoots: Sunflower (Black Oil) – ++Pea Shoots . Popcorn

The week of 11/1/19: Bulk: Spicy Mix. . Arugula. Radishes (Easter Egg)

Oct. 12th. Bulk: Spinach – Lettuce – Cilantro – Basil: Genovese/Citrus. Swiss Chard: Bright Lights

All greens are triple rinsed and spun!

Orders received by 3:00 p.m Monday will be delivered Wednesday mornings – Orders received by 3:00 p.m. Wednesday will be delivered Friday mornings. (*Pick-up options available as well).

If you have a special order request that doesn’t meet above timeline, please contact us at bullthistlegardens@gmail.com 612-730-1204 attn: David Gray

Please note that pricing differs depending on packaging needs versus bulk delivery. Cost per pound can vary based on variety of microgreen- For current pricing, please send request to bullthistlegardens@gmail.com 612-730-1204 attn: David Gray

*Don’t see what you’re looking for below? Send us a request for the specific variety in which you’re seeking. Typical turnaround time is 10-14 days for requests that require a seed order.

Request samples and we’ll drop one off!

*Diners, Restaurants, Grocers/Coops

*When placing an order for the first time, please allow 8-14 days for first delivery (Depending on variety) – Once the first delivery has been established, a three day rotation can be established)

Pricing: We prefer selling in bulk, and could do so with larger varieties such as Sunflower or Pea Shoots.   

Many of our greens average harvest is at 8 days, or at the “first true leaf” stage – Prior to that point is the Cotyledon stage, which we’re willing to harvest beyond on request. If we wait until the 14th day to harvest, there will be larger greens – We prefer the younger range based on flavor. Arugula for instance tastes amazing at that point, and brings some heat as well.

Packaging: 3-oz – 4 oz clamshell-(labeled).  $3.00 – $4.00 ea.
Pricing may vary based on variety and stage of harvest.

Bulk: $7.00-$10.00 per pound depending on variety.




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