Lavender And Loofahs Grow In Abundance At Moonbeam Farm In Northern California

When most people think of the quiet town of Corning, it’s usually olives that first come to mind. After all, the olive and olive oil industry is arguably the town’s humble claim to fame. However, that’s not all that grows in this small town north of Sacramento. It’s also home to the extraordinary Moonbeam Farm, a large lavender and loofah grower located just off the highway. In fact, this family-owned farm is one of the largest loofah growers in the West! This farm is a true Corning treasure, so read on to learn all about it.

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This farm is such a hidden gem! Learn about another Corning treasure when you read about The Roadside Olive In Northern California With A Huge Selection.

Address: 3911 Columbia Ave, Corning, CA 96021, USA