Cypress Flower Farm - Moss Beach, CA
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member DougK
N 37° 31.348 W 122° 30.714
10S E 543130 N 4152946
Quick Description: The Cypress Flower Farm in Moss Beach, California grows plants that thrive in a coastal climate and cut flowers to sell.
Location: California, United States
Date Posted: 10/22/2009 3:36:38 AM
Waymark Code: WM7G5Z
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member monkeys4ever
Views: 3

Long Description:
The Cypress Flower Farm features California native plants that thrive in the coastal climate. That means plants that love fog, salt air, ocean breezes, clay soil and are drought tolerant. Many plants are California native, while others are native to areas with similar coastal conditions. They offer gopher baskets, organic potting soil, planting mixes, fertilizer and a variety of pots. They grow 80 varieties of cut flowers in their fields without chemicals or sprays. You are invited to sit for a while in the soothing cedar swing, loveseat rocker or air chair. Stop into the store for a cup of lemonade or hot spicy cider to take with you on a stroll through the gardens. They also sell their cut flowers at the following farmers markets: • Pacifica (seasonal) • San Rafael Civic Center on Thursday and Sunday • San Francisco Ferry Plaza Market on Saturdays Hours: Wed-Sun: 11AM-6PM Address: 333 Cypress Ave Moss Beach, CA 94038-9645 Phone: (650) 728-0728
Type of Greenhouse: Retailer of plants for home use - flowers, tropicals, etc

What is the shape of this greenhouse: Other

If you selected Other shape please describe it: Naturally Open Garden

Unique features: Features California native plants that thrive in the native coastal climate

If you selected Other - describe it.: Not listed

Type of Cover: Not listed

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