The cucumber plant, Cucumis sativus, is an annual plant of the gourd family (Cucurbitaceae). The two variants of cucumbers most commonly cultivated are regular cucumbers and bur cucumbers (gherkins). Cultivation of regular cucumbers began around 1925 in Iceland and the delicious vegetables are now grown all year round.


Tomatoes are a staple of every family table and bring life to the dishes we love! Continued innovation in the agricultural growing cycle now enables Pure Arctic to offer steady cultivation all year round, with no gaps in the species natural growing cycle. Younger plants are dispersed amongst more mature plants, mimicking the natural process for smarter and more delicious results. Mature plants are removed once their fruit have ripened fully and the new plants have begun bearing fruit, continuing the natural growing cycle.



Our vegetables are grown in mineral-rich volcanic soil. Our experienced farmers exclusively use green energy for their greenhouses and water the crops with some of the purest water in the world. Read on to learn about hard-working greenhouse families below, how they grow crops and what qualifications they have.


The couple Knútur Rafn Ármann and Helena Hermundardóttir are farmers at Friðheimar.



The couple Helgi Jakobsson and Hildur Ósk Sigurðardóttir are horticultural farmers at Gufuhlíð.


The couple Birgir Thorsteinson and Margrét Böðvarsdóttir live at the horticultural facility Brún.



The couple Þorleifur Jónsson and Sjöfn Sigurðardóttir are horticultural farmers at Hverabakki II, Flúðir.


The couple Þórhallur Bjarnason and Erla Gunnlaugsdóttir are horticulural farmers at Laugaland.


The couple Ómar Sævarsson and Sigurlaug Angantýsdóttir are horticultural farmers at Heiðmörk.


The couple Páll Ólafsson and Heiðbjört Ólafsdóttir are horticultural farmers at Hveravellir.


The couple Guðjón Birgisson and Sigríður Helga Karlsdóttir are horticultural farmers at Melar, Flúðir.