Meet your local Farmer

Welcome to Vitality Farms Company!!

Lisa, founder of Vitality Farms Company, has a deep connection to Genese Lake in southern Wisconsin where she spent her childhood summers with her family. The memories of those fun times on the lake have left a lasting impression on her, inspiring her entrepreneurial spirit and desire for more. Lisa’s grandparents acquired several acres of the property from their ancestors who purchased it from Colonel Gustave Pabst, the eldest son of Milwaukee’s first founding brewer, Captain Frederick Pabst. While the Pabst family is known for their beer, Colonel Pabst is actually more well-known for his Worcestershire sauce recipe, which Lisa’s great, great granddaughter has transformed into a hugely successful product.

Although Vitality Farms Company, has its roots in Florida rather than Wisconsin, they share the same entrepreneurial mindset as their ancestors. Lisa, who holds an MBA, started Vitality Farms Company as a micro-green nursery and seed distribution business as a way to provide for and give back to their community. She was not afraid to take a great leap into the unknown, leaving her careers behind to improve their family’s overall health and share healthy, nutritional superfoods with others.

Vitality Farms Company is a modern urban farm located in the heart of Lakeland, Florida, providing fresh microgreens to businesses and consumers. They also offer easy-to-use grow kits for those interested in growing their own microgreens. The company is committed to not only growing microgreens but also finding that special sauce to enhance their products. With Vitality Farms Company, the people of Lakeland have access to a personal farm that promotes healthy living and supports local communities.

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Lisa Welsh

Lisa is the current director for the IMGA (International Microgreen Growers Association Florida Chapter) Her goal is to come along and assist the new grower she encounters. Please understand that can be an overwhelming task at times and you can schedule time directly with Lisa

Our mission: to provide vegetable confetti to the everyday consumer and change the way people think about eating their veggies.

Sybastian Brennan

Sybastian Brennan is the runner in the family and while training for track and cross country, he always goes on a healthy eating journey. Sybastian was the driving influence in developing the farm and how we could provide the most nutrient-dense vegetables. Sybastian is finishing his last year of high school and is looking forward to a possible career in engineering. He currently runs every form of social media for the farm.

Full/Half Flat


Full Flat (four 5″x5″ blocks) of microgreens delivered 2x a month. 1st & 15th

Half flat (four 5″x5″ blocks) of microgreens delivered once a month. 1st or 15th




per month

Monthly Seed


1 (1010 tray, with four 5×5 blocks) 10 packets  seeds, and soil or felt for growing medium, 1 month planting.

Seed packets will  be mailed or delivered based on location





per month



Living Blocks


A portion of microgreens, amount varies significantly based on crop.

We will deliver free of charge orders over $25.00 within 15 miles of our farm. Contact us to be put on our schedule. 


per block

Our Microgreen Living Trays

Our living trays are filled with various organic growing mediums bursting with vibrant microgreens. Living trays allow you to cut the greens right before you prepare them. This essentially allows you to eat living plants, full of life-giving nutrition. Green plants have long been known to provide the highest amount micronutrients – vitamins, minerals, and many other phytochemicals per calorie. As a plant is cut and stored, vital micronutrients are lost with each passing hour and each passing day. Most greens that you purchase in the market are a minimum of 3-5 days old. Then you store them for a few more days in your refrigerator. Living trays allow you to take advantage of the full benefits of these greens, without loss of nutrition. It’s feeding your body vital nutrients and vitality our bodies were designed to have. Our greens get lots of light during the day and needed darkness at night. Just like humans need to rest, so do microgreens. It’s essential they also receive dark hours at night to metabolize and convert those carbohydrates into plant tissue. They deepen their roots, thicken their stems, and broaden their leaves. In other words, plants work hard by day, and grow strong by night.

Tips on taking care of your Live microgreens:

Your microgreens will easily live for 1-2 weeks if cared for properly. Here’s some tips to help!


Place on a sunny windowsill or on a kitchen counter that has medium to bright indoor lighting.


Make sure the plants have darkness at night.


Water lightly, from the bottom, each day to keep the growing medium moderately moist.


Cut and use as you need.

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Tips on taking care of  Harvested microgreens:

Your harvested microgreens will easily live for 1-2 weeks if cared for properly. Here’s some tips to help!


When storing microgreens in the fridge, do not use a sealed bag, instead leave container open to encourage airflow.


Lay a piece of wet paper towel on the container and cover another one on top of the microgreens.


If your fridge maintains at a temperature of ~4°C (or 40°F). Do not put them in the freezer. They can live up to 21 days. 




There are three different subscription options for each microgreen type. Browse for the perfect subscription for you!