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ALPACAS ALL AROUND

4300 Hansen Road
Loomis, CA 95650
916-660-1918
www.alpacasallaround.com

Sales: On-farm.
Hours: Please call first
Products: We breed and sell alpacas. For new alpaca owners, we provide 24/7 post sales support for as long as needed. We also provide boarding services and fiber end products, including yarn, rovings, batting, socks, rugs, scarves and more.

Sales: on-farm, you pick (check website for schedule), farmers’ markets in Tahoe City, South Lake Tahoe, and Sacramento. Grocery stores in Tahoe and Newcastle Produce. Restaurants in Auburn & Tahoe.
Hours: U-Pick on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, May through November by appointment
Tours: yes
Products: Raspberries, thornless blackberries, boysenberries, olallieberries, blueberries, chestnuts, pomegranates, kiwi, mandarins, pumpkins, squash, tomatoes, loquats, persimmons, figs, rhubarb, cherry plums, Meyer lemons, apples, applewood, olives, herbs, flowers, corn, popcorn, guava.

BUSHNELL GARDENS NURSERY

5255 Dou­glas Blvd.
Gran­ite Bay, CA 95746
916-791-4199
www.bushnellgardens.com

Hours: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily

Products: Retail/wholesale grow­ing ground, Gar­den Cen­ter, and Home and Gift shop. Orna­men­tal and edi­ble plants.

BYWATER HOLLOW LAVENDER FARM

Elizabeth  & Dan Bunz
5950 Mt. Vernon Road, Lincoln CA 95648
916-316-0062
Email: bywaterhollowlavender@gmail.com
www.bunzlavender.com
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Sales: On-farm, U-pick and on-line at bunzlavender.com
Hours: May 12 – July 1 (bloom season): Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.; Nov. 3 – Dec. 9 (Annual Holiday Boutique): Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Products: Bywater Hollow Farm is owned and operated by the Bunz family.  Located on the Placer County Wine Trail our farm is open seasonally to the public for U-pick while the lavender is in bloom from mid-May through June.  Our farm shop features our own handcrafted, homemade products as well as many other fun lavender themed items.  Additionally, we open the farm for engagement and family photo sessions as well as small group tours year-round by appointment. And don’t miss our Holiday Boutique on weekends in November and early December, featuring our own beautiful lavender inspired products as well as unique and special gifts from local artisans.

CHARLESTON LAVENDER FARM

625 Yankee Jim’s Road
Colfax, CA 95713
530-637-4190
Email: lavender1@wildblue.net
www.charlestonlavenderfarm.com

Sales: On-farm, you-pick and plant sales. Farmers Markets during June, July and Aug.
U-Pick: Please call or check the website for future dates.
Hours: For days other than U-Pick, please call for appointment.
Tours: Yes, please call for information.
Products:
Fresh and dried bouquets, bulk lavender buds by the ounce and pound, organza and fabric sachets, bath salts, dryer sheets, bath soaks, massage oil, lavender mist linen spray, skin soother with aloe vera spray, closet hangers with lavender and cedar, lavender soap, eye pillows, plants, essential oil, gift packs, carpet deodorizer.

COLUSA RIVERSIDE ALPACAS

Dave & Sheila Scroggins
4360 Indian Creek Rd, Lincoln, CA, 95648
530-218-6255 or 530-863-9581
colusariverside@gmail.com
colusariversidealpacas.com
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Hours: Please call for an appointment
Sales: On-farm and online
Tours: Yes
Products: Alpacas, alpaca fiber and alpaca stud service
About Us: We are a full service alpaca livestock farm, located right off the wine trail in Placer County. Colusa Riverside Alpaca Ranch is proud to offer alpaca sales and breeding with some of the most premier seed stock alpacas with genetic superiority guaranteed to give you offspring with superior fiber and superior Expected Progeny Differences (EPD) fiber trait values in the nation. Our herdsires are all ranked in the top 1% and 2% of EPDs tracked by the Alpaca Owner’s Association.

We also offer alpacas for customers who just want a backyard pet. If you want alpacas to begin your own alpaca livestock business, we are also here for you. We can provide seed stock in price ranges for all customers. We welcome all visitors to our alpaca ranch in Placer County, and we enjoy being in the family of alpaca ranchers.

Colusa Riverside Alpacas’ mission is to advance the alpaca and the alpaca industry. One way we do so is by providing the public with valuable learning material in the form of educational alpaca articles published and written by author/owner Sheila Scroggins. Feel free to visit Colusa Riverside’s library of informative articles here.

EISLEY NURSERY INC.

380 Nevada Street
Auburn, CA 95603
530-885-5163
www.eisleynursery.com

Sales: On-farm, gro­cery stores, restau­rants
Hours: Mon – Sat, 9 – 5:30 Sun, 9 – 5
Tours: Yes, Sea­sonal clin­ics offered.
Products: landscape materials, trees, shrubs, garden supplies and a gift store for the home gardener
EISLEY NURSERY INC.

FAIR WINDS ALPACAS

8600 Hastings Lane
Auburn, CA 95602
530-823-2820
www.fairwindsalpacas.com

Sales: On-farm
Hours: Please call first.
Tours: Yes
Products: Alpaca sales, breeding and new owner support. Gorgeous alpaca yarn, socks and scarves for sale.

FIRESOUL FARMS

Rich and Jamie Sullivan
120 Lyles Ln, Lincoln, CA
916-903-6135
firesoulfarms@gmail.com
firesoulfarms.com
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Sales: On-farm, you-pick and farmers’ markets
Products: Hogs, alpacas and aplaca products, honey and chicken eggs
About Us: Our mission at FireSoul Farms is to connect to the land and develop a relationship with our food and livestock. We endeavor to nurture a healthy environment on our farm, first by understanding every aspect of the growing process and then creating a focused plan designed to optimize each component. Our small-scale boutique approach provides unique, high quality products to our customers.

FLOWER FARM NURSERY, CAFE AND INN

4150 Auburn Folsom Road
Loomis, CA 95650
916-652-4200
www.flowerfarminn.com
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Sales: Open every day except Tuesday – 10 to 4
Products: Nursery stock, mandarins
The Flower Farm was established in 1905 by J.H. Nixon and his Family. The Nixons built what is now the main house of the Flower Farm Inn. They planted thirty acres of plums on the property. The land has been farmed continuously ever since. Sheep and cattle have grazed the land. the Leonard family purchased the property in 1993. They established both the Bed and Breakfast and the Nursery.  The delightful flower, Sweet Dreams Coreopsis, was discovered at the Flower Farm.

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