Wildwood Farm is a family-run nursery in Sonoma County, California spread over four acres of gardens, growing grounds, and sales areas—at the site of what was once the Wildwood train stop. The nursery, bordered by vineyards, grazing land, and marsh, slopes up to woods of native bay, madrone, and oak.
We have been in business for 35 years. Hard to believe. What brought us here? Ricardo's evolution as a plantsman began with a degree in history from UC Berkeley with which, logically enough, he became a fledgling dress designer. He shifted to garden design, began collecting unusual plants for landscape projects, started selling some of these, began collecting more, eventually became something of a tree fanatic. With his wife, Sara, also a Berkeley graduate, he found 15 rural acres in Sonoma County for a nursery.
Ricardo ushered in the new century by re-designing the display garden adjacent to the nursery. A few years later, he created a second garden. The two gardens now showcase original art by many of California’s finest artists.
Spring, Summer and Fall Hours:
Wednesday–Sunday 9am–4pm. Weekend hours lengthen as our season progresses.
We may close on Tuesdays during this time of year, so advise you to call before you come. Winter hours are always subject to weather. If in doubt, call before you come.
Telephone: 707-833-1161, or toll free 888-833-4181.
At Wildwood Farm we take every e-mail very seriously and attempt to give complete responses. However we have no office staff. When we are with the trees, we are not near a computer. Thus, please allow 36 hours (possibly longer on weekends) for a reply.
Location: We are located at 10300 Sonoma Highway, in the town of Kenwood, California, between the Kenwood Inn and the Kenwood Restaurant.
Click here for map and driving directions.
Wheelchair access: About 80% of the nursery and gardens are wheelchair accessible.