What We Grow

It's Sonoma's long, rich history of tilling the soil and raising nutrient-rich crops that drew the owner to this beautiful land in the first place. And it's farming, and the myriad benefits to our minds, bodies, and souls this way of life offers, that inspires him to continue planting, harvesting and sharing his produce with visitors and his local community.

In partnership with local grower, The Garden Keeper, who is raising a variety of nutrient-rich microgreens and edible flowers in our greenhouses, we've expanded our organic farming program with an exciting array of new fruits and veggies for our vacation rental guests to enjoy during their stay.

Learn more about our sustainable Farming Practices here.

Our Farm is Your Farm


  • Kaletts - kale and brussel sprout cross

  • Sprouting broccoli

  • Scarlett kale

  • Mustard greens.  

  • Rainbow chard

  • Snap peas

  • Cabbage

  • Artichoke- purple and green

  • Leeks 

  • Spring garlic

  • Spring onions

  • Shallots

  • Fava beens


  • apple (Pink lady, Dorsett Gold, Fugi)

  • apricot (Blenheim, Gold Kist, Tomcat)

  • aprium (Cot n candy

  • cherry (Lapins, Utah Giant)

  • fig

  • nectarines (Double Delight, Snow Queen)

  • nectaplum (Spice Zee)

  • peach (Babcock, Evas pride, Indian freestone,

Oh Henry, Red Baron)

  • asian pear (20th century, Hosui, Shinseiki)

  • peacotum (Bella gold

  • cherry plum (Delight)

  • plum (Weeping Santa Rosa

  • pluot (Flavor delight, Dabble dandy, Flavor King)

  • pomegranate (Wonderful)



  • peashoots

  • mustards (Scarlett Frills)

  • kale (Red Russian)

  • radish (Sango)

  • amaranth (Red Garnett)

  • cilantro

  • chia