In the heart of Colorado’s Sawatch Range, Knapp Ranch is propelled by a vision to preserve the land, water, and wildlife in a rustic and timeless setting.
We grow varieties of lettuces, microgreens and root vegetables in fields, as well as in hoop houses. The fields and hoop houses are packed with specialty deep leafy greens, squash blossoms, beets, carrots, and potatoes. Hoop houses and off-site greenhouses produce nutritiously dense and flavorful microgreens year-round. We partner with local restaurants and chefs and bring their menus to life with fresh, gourmet-quality ingredients. Produce availability varies throughout the year. A complete list of our current available produce, including honey, is available below.
We grow varieties of microgreens year-round in hoop houses. Microgreens, a specialty genre of greens, are vegetable greens that are prized for their nutritional value and distinct flavor, and usually have a pair of small, partially developed true leaves. Microgreens are used as both a flavor and visual enhancement to plates, soups, salads and sandwiches.
We partner with local restaurants and chefs and bring their menus to life with fresh, gourmet-quality ingredients. Microgreen varieties change with the seasons.Explore Microgreens
Greens are leaf vegetables, the edible leaves and stems of plants. Used in salads and as garnishes on plates, greens can also be sautéed, stewed or steamed.Explore Greens
Growing vegetables in the Rocky Mountains is challenging. The Farm at Knapp Ranch prides itself on growing hearty and colorful produce including blue potatoes, red carrots, and varieties of radishes.Explore Veggies
Edible flowers have been a gastronomic delight for thousands of years. Used in salads, cocktails or candied on desserts, these colorful blooms enliven every dish or beverage.Explore Edible Flowers