3750 Taylor Road
Loomis, CA 95650
Hours: Mon-Sat 9–5, Sun 9–4
Tours: Yes, by appointment
Products: Full nursery featuring shrubs, Japanese Maple trees, succulents, gift shop, pottery and fountains and fresh flower arrangements
Sales: Mon – Fri, 7 – 4
Products: California Native plants, drought tolerant plants, lawn substitutes, sustainable landscape plants.
About Us: We are a wholesale plant nursery located in Loomis. We’ve supplied nursery stock to retail nurseries, landscapers and municipalities since 1976. Our wholesale service area is northern California and northwestern Nevada.
Sales: Farm stand, Farmers’ market at Rocklin Blue Oaks, Auburn Dewitt and Auburn Old Town.
Hours: Farm stand open the first week in June through the last week in Sept., Saturdays 8 am – 12 pm
Products: Arugula, basil, beets, bell peppers, broccoli, cabbage, cherry tomatoes, chives, cilantro, cucumber, eggplant, hot pepper, kale, lettuce, melon, micro greens, mint, onion, parsley, pole beans, radish, rosemary, sage, summer squash, sweet pepper, tomatoes, turnips, and winter squash.
About Us: Hillview Farms is a “neighborhood farm” providing the community with local, fresh food. Our goal is to bring people together through an appreciation for food and farming in fun and informative ways to support a healthy community. The farm uses sustainable practices to inspire the community to live a healthier lifestyle.
Hillview Farms accomplishes this goal by providing a farm stand to connect people to the land, and by selling produce at local farmers markets. We hope to encourage the community to be a part of the farm by volunteering and interacting with the farmers. We believe that healthy soil = healthy families = healthy communities.
Jeff and Estela Whamond started Hillview Farms with a passion for growing and sharing local foods with family and neighbors. They were concerned about the GMOs and chemically contaminated foods and wanted to provide themselves, their family, and friends with a healthy alternative.
In 2012 their son, Michael, and his girlfriend, Shanon, moved back to Auburn from San Diego to expand the farm to farmers markets and a farm stand at their farm. The family has taken the backyard garden and transformed it into a mini farm. Hillview Farms continues to work hard to keep the soil “alive” to grow great tasting produce.