Located 5 miles west of Sebastopol on 30 acres of Gold Ridge sandy loam, the same soil that was used for growing by Luther Burbank, French Garden Farm has been managed organically for over 30 years.
With lovely views of the surrounding hills and valleys, this site is ideal for growing produce and fruit of many kinds but has a relatively cool microclimate because we are close to the Pacific Ocean. This affords us a long growing season for cool weather crops, but late harvests for tomatoes, peppers and other warm weather produce.
The local area grows prized Pinot Noir and is known for the Gravenstein Apple, an heirloom that was once the primary agriculture in the area. The farm has a stand of 100 older Gravensteins that are used for juice, sauce and pies and are sold fresh during the month of August.
French Garden produce is available every SUNDAY from 10 am-3 pm DURING BRUNCH at FRENCH GARDEN RESTAURANT, 8050 Bodega Avenue, on the western edge of Sebastopol.
We also sell produce every SATURDAY 8 AM-1 PM at the Farm Market at the Santa Rosa Veterans’ Building opposite the SR Fairgrounds on Hwy 12.
Please Note: WE ARE NO LONGER SELLING PRODUCE ONLINE.
SPECIAL EVENT: You are invited to join us on Sunday, June 23 from 4-6 pm at the Farm for a Mid-Summer celebration in honor of the honey bees. For more information, CLICK HERE.