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149 W St. NW
Washington DC 20001


Find our Produce


Wholesale customers can now order online! Please visit the 'Shop' link above or click HERE to request an account or log-in to our online store.  You can also contact us at or (313) 784-0498 to place an order.

grocery and farmer's markets:

You can currently find our microgreens at:

Washington's Green Grocer: Order online to receive our microgreens, salads, and fresh microgreen pestos delivered to your doorstep!

From the Farmer: Order our salads, microgreens & fresh microgreen pestos online!

Each Peach Market: 3068 Mt. Pleasant St. NW, Washington DC 20001.

Little Red Fox: Our seasonal ready-to-eat salads are available at this great cafe in the Tenleytown neighborhood of Washington, D.C.  Address: 5035 Connecticut Ave, NW, Washington DC 20008

In 2016 we had stands at the Penn Quarter Farmer's Market Thursdays from 3-7 pm (North end of 8th St. NW, between D and E Sts. NW) and the Bloomingdale Farmer's Market Sundays from 9am-1pm (corner of R and 1st St. NW). Both markets are currently closed for the season.

Thanks for stopping by to see us at the Cheverly Community Market and the 14th and U St Farmer's Market during the 2015 season. Stay connected with us on Instagram @littlwildthingsfarm and Facebook for last minute farmers market updates!

Selected RESTAURANTs and PARtners:

Our veggies are often on the menu at these great restaurants, catering menus, and markets around the neighborhood: 

Colombia Room: 124 Blagden Alley NW, Washington DC 20001

Beefsteak: Look for the Curried Treasure Bowl featuring our locally-grown pea shoots at all five Beefsteak stores

Zaytinya: 701 9th Street NW, Washington DC 20001

The Old Engine 12 Restaurant: 1626 North Capitol NW, Washington DC 20001

Eat & Smile Catering: 2212 Rhode Island Ave NE, Washington DC 20018

Sally's Middle Name: 1320 H St. NE, Washington DC 

Eco Caters: 627 N. Glebe Road, Arlington VA 22203

Chaia: 3207 Grace St. NW Washington DC 20007 

The Pub & The People: 1648 North Capitol St. NW, Washington DC 20001

Jaco Juice & Taco Bar: 1614 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington DC 20007

Hazel Restaurant  808 V St NW, Washington, DC 20001

DC Harvest: 517 H St NE, Washington, DC 20002

When you see our vegetables on a local D.C. menu they were usually harvested just hours (or minutes in the case of microgreens!) before getting to your plate. We can't thank our partners enough for their continued support of local farms!

What We Grow

We offer over 50 unique varieties of microgreens, salad greens and edible flowers. Below is a list of our most popular varieties. Please visit the SHOP tab to view full wholesale pricing and availability.


  • China Rose Radish (green with pink stem)
  • Daikon Radish (green with white stem)
  • Sango Radish (mixed deep purple and green)
  • Sunflower shoots (indoors year-round or field-grown May-Oct)
  • Pea shoots (indoors year-round or field-grown available April-May & Oct-Dec)
  • Red Russian Kale
  • Mustard (Mizuna, Tatsoi, Garnet Giant (red), Red Giant, Wasabi)
  • Arugula
  • Broccoli
  • Beets (Early Wonder and Rubens)
  • Curled & Persian Cress
  • Micro Basil (Purple Opal, Genovese, Thai, Lemon)
  • Red & Golden Acre Cabbage
  • Popcorn Shoots (blanched)
  • Bright Lights & Fantasia Orange Swiss Chard 
  • Fennel
  • Dill
  • Purslane
  • Chervil
  • Carrot
  • Scallions
  • Buckwheat shoots
  • Nasturium (leaves & flowers)
  • Red-veined sorrel
  • Edible Chrysanthemum (Shungiku)
  • Wheatgrass
  • Nasturtium leaves


  • Violas & Pansies (multi-color and size options)
  • Nasturtium
  • Calendula
  • Colorado Yarrow
  • Dianthus
  • Squash blossoms
  • Lemon, Tangerine & Red gem marigold
  • Bachelor's Buttons
  • Herb flowers (sage, oregano, thyme, cilantro, anise hyssop, cilantro)


  • Radish Blend (purple sango radish & china rose radish)
  • Spicy Mix (arugula, radish, mustard)
  • Mild Mix (red russian kale, broccoli, red acre cabbage)
  • Asian Mixed Microgreens (tatsoi, pac choi, giant garnet mustard, mizuna, red cabbage)


Signature Salad Mix: Seasonal blend of baby lettuces and greens curated by Little Wild Things. Seasonally includes baby salanova lettuces, baby arugula, baby spinach, and mixed baby lettuces. Available with or without edible flowers.

Braising Greens: Hardy greens suitable for stir-frying. Red & Green Mustard, Red Russian Kale, Tatsoi, Han Tsai Tai.

Chicories: Natacha Chicory, Perseo Chicory,  Bel Fiore Radicchio, Bianca Riccia Endive

We offer same day delivery on-demand within Washington DC Monday-Friday. Customers may also pick up orders at the farm any day of the week. Please note there is a $30 order minimum for pick-up and a $60 order minimum for delivery. 



Our microgreens are tiny edible greens that provide exceptional flavor, nutritional value, texture, and color to salads, sandwiches, wraps, tacos, pizza, smoothies, soup and more. Smaller than “baby greens,” and harvested later than “sprouts,” microgreens provide a variety of leaf flavors, such as sweet and spicy, and come in many vibrant colors. Fine dining chefs use microgreens to enhance the beauty, taste and freshness of their dishes with their delicate textures and distinctive flavors.

Researchers at the USDA Agricultural Research Service and the University of Maryland began studying the nutritional content of microgreens in 2012. They looked at four groups of vitamins and other phytochemicals – including vitamin C, vitamin E, and beta carotene — in 25 varieties of microgreens. The researchers found that leaves from nearly all of the microgreens had four to six times more nutrients than the mature leaves of the same plant, with variation among the varieties – red cabbage was highest in vitamin C, while the green daikon radish microgreens had the most vitamin E [i] 


[i] Xiao, Z.; Lester, G. E.; Luo, Y.; Wang, Q. (2012). "Assessment of Vitamin and Carotenoid Concentrations of Emerging Food Products: Edible Microgreens". Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 60 (31): 7644-7651


*Banner Image Photo Credit:  Laura Metzler