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A family owned and operated business with roots in Santa Clara County dating back three generations. Spina Farms has an outstanding pumpkin patch in fall and offers firewood for sale year-round.


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    • Address: Intersection of Bailey Road and Santa Teresa Blvd, San Jose, CA
    • Hours: Open from Mid-April to early November
    • Products: Tomatoes, corn, melons, onions, squash, peppers, fruit and more, from the farm and nearby farmers
    • Contact: (408) 463-0125
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Coyote Valley Nursery

Provides premium bedding plants to retailers & landscape professionals around the San Francisco Bay Area.

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  • Address: 315 Kirby Ave, Morgan Hill, CA 95037
  • Products: Annuals, perennials, groundcover, vegetables & cyclamen. Plants are available in cell packs, jumbo packs, 4” pots, and gallon containers.
  • Hours:Not open to the public; sells to retailers and wholesellers
  • Contact: (408) 779-4748
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Monterey Mushrooms

Owned by a second generation, family-owned and operated agribusiness, that has another nine mushroom growing farms throughout North America.

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  • Address: 642 Hale Ave Morgan Hill, CA 95037
  • Hours: Not open to the public.
  • Products: White Mushrooms, Portabella Mushrooms, Specialty Mushrooms, Organic Mushrooms, Processed Mushrooms
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Kawahara Nurseries

At Kawahara Nurseries, the goal is to provide an opportunity for anyone to discover the benefits of using plants: to promote heath and well-being, to create shared value, and to renew and refresh the planet. Since the early 1940s, Kawahara Nurseries has worked to grow and supply quality nursery plants to retailers in the California region.

Over 70 years ago, Sam and Jean Kawahara and their four children started a 2-acre nursery in San Lorenzo, California. Striving to perfect the jumbo pack varieties, the family pioneered the reputation of quality and excellence.

With this foundation, sons David and John, expanded the nursery to Morgan Hill, California in the early 80s where they broadened product selection to premium annuals, perennials and edibles in quart and gallon sizes.Today, Kawahara Nurseries continues to operate with multiple generations of family members and its 200+ employees. Spanning over 140 acres and offering more than 10,000 plant varieties, they currently grow in two facilities in Morgan Hill and Gilroy.

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    Valley Orchids offers one of the largest selections of top-quality orchids, Asian plants, and fruit trees in the Bay Area. Valley Orchids provides beautiful plants to wholesalers, retailers, and orchid lovers throughout the United States. (Local delivery available.)

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    • Address: 635 Miramonte Ave, Morgan Hill, CA 95037
    • Hours: Tuesday to Saturdy 8:30am to 4:30pm; Sunday 10:00am to 4:00pm
    • Products: Phalaenopsis orchids, Cattleya orchids, Asian Feng Shui plants (such as Lucky Bamboo and Pachira, also known as “money trees”), and Asian fruit and flowering trees.
    • Contact: (408) 778-3913
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The Grass Farm

    The Grass Farm provides top of the line sod lawn to homeowners and landscape contractors. For over 40 years, Grass Farm has been making it easy to have a lush, beautiful, deep green lawn. Grass Farm has perfected the techniques of cultivating the finest sod lawns available in the Bay Area.

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    • Address: 635 Miramonte Ave, Morgan Hill, CA 95037
    • Hours: Not open to the public.
    • Products: Sod lawn
    • Contact: (408) 463-0500
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Uesugi Farmuesigi pumpkin patch from their website

    Uesugi Farms is a family owned and operated businesses that grows premium vegetables in Santa Clara Valley, including a planting of green peppers in the Coyote Valley.  The Uesugi Pumpkin Patch is famous throughout the South Bay.


In the Coyote Valley efforts to revitalize specialty crops of the region, a portion of Uesugi Farms is being dedicated towards growing specialty chili crop varieties.

Click here to learn more about chile peppers in Coyote Valley and the specialty crops trial.