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Forget Me Not Farms began as a home school project when our son was in jr. high. He had an interest in growing and agriculture so it was a great way to teach all of the school subjects.

We sold our veggies, flowers, and berries at Bayview Farmers market for 15 years, had a small CSA, and built our little retail farm shop.

The farm has continued through the changes over the years and continues to grow fresh, naturally grown farm products.

I grew up a ranchers daughter on an orange grove in the central valley of California. As a child I would help my dad and grandparents with irrigation and hoeing weeds on 120 acres of oranges. My dad allowed my little brother and I to have our own little patch in the grove to grow pumpkins which we would sell at the end of the drive-way along the street. We tied a shoe-box with a hole cut in the top to a wooden orange field box and stack our pumkin harvest on the orange crate to sell to our neighbors. It was the beginning of my farming career!

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Forget Me Not Farms

We offer fresh, naturally grown flowers, berries and produce seasonally from our farm-stand Thursday through Sundays 9:00-6:00.

We offer early greens in March and April including spinach, kale, salad greens, and arugula.

As warmer weather approaches we will have veggies starts, fragrant sweet peas, strawberries, beets, carrots, and more greens.

Summer brings an abundance of flowers, peas, cucumbers, herbs, tomatoes, potatoes, peppers summer squash and green beans. As summer winds down, we add corn, onions, garlic and winter squash to the availability.

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Forget Me Not Farms beautiful, seasonal fresh flowers!

We grow a variety of beautiful flowers on our farm. You can find sweet peas, tulips, and daffodils in the spring. Summertime flowers include cosmos, zinnias, roses, hydrangeas, and dahlias. As the days grow shorter and cooler we add sunflowers, grasses, and amaranth!

We offer flowers by the bunch and by the bucket. Let us know how we can help you!

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