Evergarden Farms™ is a team on a mission.

We are specialists in
  • Growing and hydroponics
  • Management and marketing
  • Information processing
We grow food
Our gardens produce fresh, local, nutritious, hydroponically grown vegetables. AND...
We help others grow food
We also assist and coordinate co-operative marketing by independent gardeners, small businesses and community organizations and provide associated management software. AND...

Hello! Right now our garden is on hiatus as we relocate. We've outgrown our temporary home. We're looking for a new partner to help us supply microgreens in the Puget Sound region. If you have 1,000 to 1,500 square feet of indoor space in Seattle or an adjacent community and would like an opportunity to partner with us in lieu of rent (a better deal for you once we're up and running), we invite you to contact us.

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Microgreens gaining acceptance in diet, nutrition, markets
According to an article from the Dept. of Agriculture, "Starting decades ago as fashionable, high-value gourmet greens, today microgreens have gained popularity among consumers for their nutritional profile and high content of antioxidant compounds. Now, a new study suggests that the tiny plants... Continues...
Microgreens gaining acceptance in diet, nutrition, markets

Member Updates

Rees Clark
Author Compiles 29 Vegetarian Recipes Celebrating Black Cuisine food52.com

Vera Legumbre
Use the contact form for more information.
Vern Blockmyre
Looking forward to some excellent veggies. When will the order form be active?
First post to Egarden member profile.
Join the revolution! We welcome input from gardening enthusiasts.
Well, YES! says a US court. INFO
As for us, we say beyond organic!

Programs Past & Present

Selected Projects
BIPOC of Greater Seattle 2021-
We deliver produce to food banks and community organizations.
Black & Indigenous People of Color 2022-
We supply microgreens to be included in food boxes to needy families.
Seattle College agricultural studies 2021-
We offer courses in introductory and advanced hydroponics.
Asian & Pacific Island Community Center 2014-2016
This community-based hydroponic program fostered interest in improved diet and provided vegetables locally and training to community members.
Central Area Urban Gardeners 2013-2014
Our initial community-based hydroponic program provided vegetables to local organizations and training to urban youth.
Maxine Mimms Academy, Tacoma 2012-2013
This course introduced hydroponic farming, diet management and entrepreneurship.


Aponix towers with cabbages; weekly growth.
We're experimenting with a new system. Check in again next week. (Click to enlarge.)

1 Delivery service is available in Snohomish, King and Pierce Counties, WA.