Microgreens are tasty, tiny vegetable shoots that are harvested at the first true leaf stage. They add a boost of intense flavor to your salads, sandwiches, smoothies, and entrees or as garnish for side dishes.  Add them to your breakfast, lunch and supper. Microgreens boast up to 40% more nutrition than when fully grown!

Microgreens are definitely gaining popularity. They are no longer a “chef only” luxury. Grown year-round, with sustainable practices, low food-print and on-trend local, clear label, #freshisbest high quality,  it is our mission to see 

 Microgreens on every kitchen table.

It’s no secret today’s food customers are looking for local, fresh, flavorful food. They like to shop often, frequent farmers markets and local Co-ops and they like variety. Lots of variety! They’re looking for color, flavor, texture, nutrient dense, unique produce grown responsibly and with sustainability practices. Clear, clean labels, in recyclable packaging. Microgreens are a perfect fit. 

We all want to know the who, where and why behind the food we eat. We hope you enjoy clicking through our website to learn just that. You’ll find recipes, products, location availability, and of course, our story. #Micromagic 

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Get your Microgreens at 2018-19 Winter Farmers Markets,

area Co-ops and Fine Dining Restaurants 

Read the G-Log

At My Sweet Greens MN, we also grow a variety of baby salad greens including Pak Choi, Tatsoi, Arugula, Salanova, Spinach, Chard, Beet Greens, and many others, available seasonally.


We are Dean and Jayne Bredlau, and we love greens! We love to grow them, eat them, and most of all, share them with you, our greens-loving friends!

We love to provide samples of fresh microgreens — just ask!

Read more of our story here.

To order or send a message,  Contact us here!

Dean Jayne Bredlau
Please check out our weekly G-Log (Green Log) for what’s table-ready this week, and coming up for next.


Proud member of these organizations.

Minnesota Grown

Sustainable Farming Association

Cannon River Chapter

Cannon Valley Grown

Regional chapter