4330 Garden Bar Road
Lincoln, CA 95648
916-747-0988 (ask for Lou)
Sales: Please phone for citrus availability and appointments – we ship.
Products: 12 varieties of mandarins make for mandarin availability from November through June (or even as early as October some years, depending on the weather). 23 other citrus varieties provide citrus fruits year-round including kumquats, limes, lemons, pomelo, grapefruits, tangelos, oranges (12 kinds) and even Buddha’s Hand (AKA fingered citron)
Hours: Call for appointment. We ship mandarins.
Products: Satsuma Mandarins and other as listed: blood oranges, quince, figs, Key limes, Fuyu persimmons, Bearss limes, Eureka lemons, Meyer lemons, Cara Cara oranges, pomegranates, clementines, and Oro Blanco Pommelo.
Burgeson Family Farm is a small family farm on a beautiful sunny hilltop below Indian Hill Road in Newcastle. The property has excellent soil and a warm microclimate so the Burgesons often experiment with growing foods not typically grown in our area, such as unusual citrus and semitropicals. They practice sustainable farming methods in the care of their their land, and all the farm work is done by Adrian, Dayna and their son Evan. Dayna is a Registered Dietitian who spent her career promoting healthy eating with the University of California. Adrian is a retired elementary school teacher who taught hundreds of children the benefits of gardening through his yearly school garden projects. Evan is now an avid gardener and cook, so the love for farming may be hereditary. Please call to arrange farm tours or to purchase products in season. For more information, recipe ideas and more check the farm website.
Sales: On-farm (tasting room and gift shop). Retailers: Newcastle Produce, Fawnridge Winery, Newcastle Mandarin Ranch, Ikeda’s Markets (Auburn/Davis), Machado’s Orchard Market, Sandlewood Kitchen Store (Auburn), Sunset Ridge Orchard Market (Newcastle), Blue Goose Produce Market, Flower Farm Nursery, Foothill Feed and Gift Shop, Villa Smith Gift Shop (Loomis), Country Harvest Bakery (Lincoln), Boa Vista Market, Bell Tower Bakery (Placerville), Sunset Ridge Orchard, Foothill Feed & Gift Store (Loomis), Highland Orchard, Mandarin Hill Orchard (Penryn), Taylor Market, Corti Brothers Market (Sacramento), Red Pony (Truckee), Wooden Spoon (Grass Valley), and Il Moro Restaurant (Los Angeles)
Hours: Nov/Dec: 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Tue/Sunday
Jan/Oct: Open by appointment (please call)
Products: mandarins, lemons, fuyu persimmons, hachiya persimmons, mandarin olive oil, lemon olive oil, balsamic vinegar, aged traditional dark balsamic vinegar, white balsamic vinegar, pomegranate balsamic vinegar, gourmet chocolate sauces, mandarin blossom honey, gourmet brittles, fruit marmalades, fruit pies (Oct-Dec), mandarin BBQ sauces and pepper sauce, and mandarin and lemon soaps, body butters, and lip balms.
Sales: At High Hand Conservatory and Nursery
Tours: Yes, for special events or please schedule a tour
Products: Garlic, onions, Cilantro, Dill, Parsley, Thyme, rosemary, sage, peas, beans, romanesco, cauliflower, carrots, eggplant, peppers, paper lanterns, melons, beets, 50 varieties of tomatoes, asparagus, artichokes, potatoes, mandarins, lemons, limes, sunflower, lavender, French marigolds, marionberries.
About Us: Maple Rock Gardens is a 30-acre estate garden containing multiple themed garden rooms, one of the largest garden Railroads in Northern California and almost 4 acres of bountiful farm lands. Open for private tours during a portion of the year guests will enjoy meandering paths leading to each of the garden rooms ranging from Japanese style settings to a formal English garden room full of fragrant and delicate blooms. Each area contains unique plant life such as peonies, ferns, dogwoods and iris. Water features both tall and wide and many hidden treasures can also been seen around every turn. And of course, the garden’s namesake: beautiful Japanese Maples. One of the most recent additions to the property is the farm which yields produce and plants year round for both the High Hand Conservatory and Nursery. Colorful and unique vegetables are produced for the High Hand Conservatory Restaurant inspiring fresh seasonal menu options and creating a colorful culinary experience for both your eyes and your taste buds. Many plants are started from seed on the farm at Maple Rock, carefully planted by hand in the rich soil of Placer County and made available for sale upon maturity at the High Hand Nursery. We invite you to schedule a tour or plan on visiting during one of our special events planned each year.
Products: Mandarins, limes, lemons (Meyer, Eureka, and Santa Teresa), oranges (Blood, Navel and Valencia), kumquats, grapefruit and pomegranates. Marinades, dressings, vinaigrettes and spreads produced from citrus that we grow.