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Garden Valley Ranch, Petaluma

#6 of 6 in Parks in Petaluma
Garden · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Uniquely romantic and charming, Garden Valley Ranch cultivates about 10,000 rosebushes for sale to the floral trade and rose enthusiasts. Landscaped plantings at Garden Valley Ranch feature roses on pergolas, columns, tree-climbers, arches and mixed in with local perennials, annuals and bulbs.

Garden Valley Ranch is located in Petaluma, well-known for its historic homes and buildings spared by the 1906 quake. Garden Valley Ranch is centrally located from many of Northern California’s best attractions: about 30 minutes from Sonoma wine country, about 30 minutes to Tomales Bay and Bodega Bay. Petaluma is serviced by 3 airports: San Francisco (SFO), Santa Rosa (STS) and Oakland (OAK).
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  • Absolutely charming gardens in lovely Petaluma. Looking forward to lots of exciting and memorable events here!  more »
  • Garden valley ranch is filled with such beautiful and fragrant roses. Jessica gave us a very informative tour of the grounds which included a rustic carriage house and cottage. We attended a private.....  more »
  • Used to love this place and want to buy roses but every time I go in the past two years always closed! I've called and left messages, nothing. Really disappointed.
  • Beautiful and tranquil rose garden and heritage buildings. I went to tour the grounds and explore the rose varieties but discovered so much more. A hidden garden; Victorian cottage, which is available for overnight stays and a heritage barn perfect for any function. They recently hosted a chef’s dinner with locally renowned chef and butcher, Travis Day owner of Thistle Meats. The locally sourced ingredients were paired with wines from Barber Cellars. I’m sorry to say that I was not able to attend but look forward to future events and hopefully intimate concerts as well.

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