MAGIC

 

Our Cosmic practices – otherwise known as magic making!

We centre our passions around doing our little bit for our planet – after all there is no planet B!

Here at Teeny Greeny we believe that environmentally sustainable farming is possible in urban areas – we are out there proving it.

We use organic growing methods and never use any synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, or GMOs.
As a first-generation farm, we are constantly researching innovations in farming, trying new techniques, and learning as we grow. 
We source our compost locally, using peat free and organic where possible.
We buy the majority of our seeds from UK based suppliers, again organic where possible and companies that share our ethical and moral attributes.
We seek to create and collaborate with customers who share our values to create a transformative impact on our local food system.

All our disused green matter is composted down on our local biodynamic farm, a stone’s throw from our base.

When we are happy, our plants are happy too – we believe we are all energetic beings and love Dr Emoto’s work with intention and the secret life of water - only good intentions go into our urban farm – lots of love, health and well-being to every one of them – which ultimately this passes on to our customers.

We also like to make sure our plants get a good dose of good vibration - using frequencies via song and sound waves, played often, tis makes us and our plants very happy!

 

We harvest fresh, delivering within hours of harvest, making our microgreens and micro salads the freshest in town. Because our plants are grown in soil as opposed to a hydroponic system they tend to be much more substantial, often having a shelf life of at least 7 days (if you wait that long to eat them!)

 

Our focus on being good to the plant extends all the way to our compostable packaging - all our Microgreens and Micro salads are packed into compostable packaging, these are made from a plant based starch and can go into household green waste and will compost down within 12 weeks.