Improved yield

Hydroponic greenhouse systems allow for precise control of nutrient delivery, water, and lighting conditions, which can lead to higher crop yields compared to traditional soil-based farming methods.

Water conservation

Hydroponic systems require significantly less water than soil-based farming, making them more environmentally sustainable and cost-effective in areas where water resources are limited.

Reduced pest and disease risk

Hydroponic greenhouses are less susceptible to pests and diseases than traditional soil-based farming, reducing the need for harmful pesticides and herbicides.

Year-round production

Hydroponic systems allow for year-round crop production, regardless of external environmental conditions, which can provide a consistent supply of fresh produce regardless of season

Welcome to Fresh Folks

Greenhouse Company

specializing in growing a wide variety of green leafy vegetables with a focus on different types of lettuce. Our mission is to provide healthy, sustainable, and delicious greens to our customers while protecting the environment through water conservation and eco-friendly farming practices.

A few things we’re great at

Innovative hydroponic greenleaf greenhouse that embraces sustainability and quality.

Lettuce Varieties

By growing diverse lettuce types, such as romaine, butterhead, and oak leaf, in nutrient-enriched water. Embracing hydroponic lettuce varieties highlights the potential of innovative agricultural practices to produce fresh, high-quality greens while minimizing environmental impact.

Hydroponic basil

Grown in nutrient-rich water without the need for soil, hydroponic basil benefits from the precise control of its growing environment, which enables optimal nutrient absorption and accelerated growth. As a result, hydroponically grown basil often exhibits vibrant color, intense aroma, and robust flavor.

Green Onion

By eliminating soil and using nutrient-dense water, hydroponic systems allow for greater control over the growing conditions, resulting in more robust and thriving plants, and also reduce the likelihood of soil-borne diseases and pests, leading to cleaner and safer produce. Moreover, hydroponic techniques enable year-round growth, water conservation, and space optimization.

Bok choy

Also known as pak choi or Chinese cabbage, is a versatile and nutritious leafy green vegetable native to Asia. Belonging to the Brassica family, bok choy features tender, dark green leaves and crunchy, pale green stalks that boast a mild, slightly sweet flavor. Bok choy is rich in vitamins A, C, and K, as well as minerals like calcium and potassium.

Our Process

We believe in complete transparency and invite you to learn more about our hydroponic growing process.

Seed Selection

We carefully choose high-quality, non-GMO seeds that are specifically suited for hydroponic growth.


Seeds are sown in a sterile medium and nurtured until they sprout.


Seedlings are transferred to our hydroponic system, where they receive a nutrient-rich water solution that ensures optimal growth.


Our plants grow under controlled environmental conditions, which include temperature, humidity, and light. This allows for year-round production of fresh produce.


Produce is harvested daily, cleaned, and packaged to ensure maximum freshness and quality.


At Fresh Folks, we’re dedicated to minimizing our environmental  enviormental imapct through sustainable farming practices

Our hydroponic system uses up to 90% less water than traditional soil-based agriculture, and our controlled growing environment eliminates the need for pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides. By growing produce locally, we reduce our carbon footprint and contribute to a healthier planet