Grow a Pear Nursery

Welcome to our nursery!

We are currently a small backyard nursery with plans to become a brick and mortar shop within a couple of years. Currently all proceeds from plant sales will go towards this endeavor.

We will be expanding our offerings this coming year. We now have seeds available for sale from Seed Savers Exchange.

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What Makes Us Different

  • We specialize in vegetable and herb starts with plans to expand to other edibles and native and low water use plants.
  • Our primary focus was finding vegetable varieties that were not only productive for our region but also had exceptional flavor. Each year we do tastings to determine which ones we will continue to offer and which new ones to add.
  • We offer varieties that are difficult, if not impossible, to find elsewhere commercially.
  • All plants are grown right here on site without the use of chemical fertilizers or pesticides.
  • We utilize seeds from companies that do not do business with agro-chemical subsidiaries. The companies we purchase seed from include:
  • We do not use hormone growth inhibitors on our plants. Most nurseries will use these growth inhibitors to allow their plants to remain marketable for longer periods of time. This can result in disappointing results in your garden.

We are a CDFA inspected & licensed nursery.

Current Availability – Updated November 20, 2018


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Herbs Culinary & Medicinal):

Thyme, Comfrey, Chives, White Horehound, Oregano, Purple Culinary Sage, Wormwood, Marsh Mallow, Calendula, Echinacea, Mint (Pineapple, Strawberry, Apple, Orange), Lemon Verbena,


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Winter Squash & Pumpkins:

Not currently available

Summer Squash

Not currently available

Native Plants

California fuchsia (Zauschneria californica), Yerba Buena (Satureja douglasii), California Poppy ‘Mission Bells Mix’ (Eschscholzia californica), Orange Monkeyflower (Mimulus ‘Jelly Bean Orange’), San Miguel Island Buckwheat (Eriogonum grande rubescens), Various Yarrows (Achillea millefolium).

We will have many more plant varieties coming up soon!

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