• Welcome to Meadow Vista Flower and Berry Farm

    Contact us at ricko92@hotmail.com or 530-269-9786

    Spring season completed, farm closed, but on-line , jam/honey sales currently available


    Market Day sales over; hoping to reopen in the fall


    It goes without saying that these are not happy times at the farm.  The air quality is very poor and the drought has taken a toll on our water supply.  Thus we are not taking new orders for bouquet purchases and deliveries.  On a happier note, we are experiencing an abundant harvest of fruit.  Berries, grapes, peaches, plums, apples and pears are doing quite well.  Thus, we are busy making delicious jams and butters.  Hopefully, we can have a few market days in the early fall.

    Jackie and I would like to thank the wonderful visitors who made our spring season such a success.  Over 1,000 perennials and tomato/veggie plants were sold.  Additionally, customers bought most of the jam inventory. We look forward to more exchanges in the  spring.

    The greatest gift this year was the weekly exchange with folks who were planning their gardens and purchasing our bouquets, irises, perennials, jams and honey.  The events gave us the opportunity to renew past friendships and create new ones.  Many of you brought grandparents, small children and visitors from far away.  What a treat.

    Hopefully, we will be reopening in September/October  with a new batch of jams and butters from our fruit harvest as well  as honey, perennials and bouquets.  A lot will depend on the air quality and our water supply.

    In the meantime Jackie has finished distributing iris orders. Many thanks to these wonderful customers.  Due to the drought and the poor air qualilty, we are suspending bouquet orders throughout the summer.  

    Previously folks as far away as New Zealand have been ordering bouquets via email (ricko@hotmail.com and phone 530-269-9786 to be delivered in the Meadow Vista area. We look forward to renewing this service as soon as possible. 

    Currently we are preparing fresh batches of jams from our fruit harvest.  With over 45 fruit trees and many strawberry, raspberry and Black Satin blackberry plants, we expect a great supply of local fruit for our jams.  We will have Peach, Apricot, Raspberry, Blackberry, Fig and Grape jams.  Also we expect to have a good supply of Apple and Pear butters. Those jams and butters will be ready for sale this fall.

    Most of all we want to express our gratitude for the sense of rural community our customers have created.  They have shared their stories about gardening, creating a slower pace and becoming part of supportive village.  What a gift.


  • Our Products

    Lists available by contacting ricko92@hotmail.com

    On line sales available through PayPal: PayPal.me/mvfarm

    Raw, local honey


    Meadow Vista Flower and Berry Farm

    (honey harvested along Bear River in Nevada County)

    Prices: 8.00, 16.00, 24.00 and 32.00






    Deer resistant perenials

    Consultation also available

    Price: $6.00 each






    Fresh bouquets

    Bouquets grown right at the farm

    Prices: $10.00 , $15.00, $20.00 & $25.00

    Local delivery fee: $10.00

    Currently suspended due to poor air quality

  • Photos & Videos

    Take a look and enjoy!

    Visual delights on the Farm

    Bouquets featuring the flora bounty on the Farm.

    Visual delights on the Farm

    View of Lay Lake from one portion of the iris garden.

    Visual delights on the Farm

    Each spring the Iris garden erupts with dazzling color.

    Visual delights on the Farm

    While working on our small farm we are continually surprised by nature's amazing stories. In this case the Salvis attracts humingbirds.

    Visual delights on the Farm

    Our perennial garden is designed to attract butterflies and huming birds.

    Visual delights on the Farm

    Good friend and neighbor, Laura Vogel helps Jackie prepare bouquets for the Saturday market.

    Visual delights on the Farm

    In spring and summer many blue bird families use the setting for nesting and breeding.

    Earlyl spring daisies visited by a hard working pollinator in one of the gardens.

    Visual delights on the Farm

    In spring and summer many blue bird families use the setting for nesting and breeding.

    Visual delights on the Farm

    A moment's glance can reveal a wonderous image of nature's wonder.

  • Gardening Tips

    Local Tips for the Gardener, Thanks to the Placer County Master Gardeners

    The University of California, Master Gardeners of Placer County webpage is treasure for tips on your gardening fun: Placer County Master Gardeners


    Also, Recommended Plants for Bees: Alyssum, Asters, Bachelor's Buttons, Bee Balm, Blanketflower, Clover, Coneflower, Echinacea, Dandelions, Foxglove, Heather, Lantana, Mildweek, Mint, Penstemons, Phlox, Rudbeckias, Salvias, Sedum, Sunflowers, Russian Sage, Yarrow and Zinnias.

  • Contact Information

    The MV Flower and Berry Farm is located on Cole Road, right off Placer Hills Road. Travel approx. one fourth of a mile on Cole and turn right when you see the sign for MV Flower and Berry Farm.



    715 Cole Road
    Meadow Vista California 95722 USA

    PayPal: PayPal.me/mvfarm


    Hours of operation:

    Taking orders on line or by phone

    We hope to reopen in September to fill the Iris Rhrizome orders and sell our delicious jams, honey and perennials from the summer's harvest.





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