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Bay City Flower Company
2265 Cabrillo Hwy S, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Bay City Flowers has been growing and selling wholesale flowers to local businesses since 1961. It is a great resourceMore for local florists and other flower-selling companies needing lots of quality flowers at a good price. Bay City Flowers is not open to the public, so it is best to call for more information.
Growers Propagators of America
12480 San Mateo Rd, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Growers Propagators of America is a wholesale flower and garden farm. Located off of Highway 92 in Half Moon Bay, theMore company provides florists and other garden retailers with locally grown flowers and plants. Growers Propagators of America is not open to the public and it is best to call ahead for an appointment.
Half Moon Bay Fish Market
99 San Mateo Rd, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Half Moon Bay Fish Market features a wide variety of fresh seafood: salmon, halibut, shrimp, scallops, crabs, shellfish,More red snapper and whatever else is included in the "fresh catch daily." It has a good selection of condiments, as well as beer, wine, soft drinks and bread. There is also a bucket of fresh flowers on display. The market has a smoker onsite and is generous with samples when the fish has just finished cooking. But be warned: It takes a strong will not to buy some after a taste!
Challenge Horticulture, Inc.
37 Frenchmans Creek Rd, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Challenge Horticulture, Inc. is a horticulture business which sells its flower and plant products to the wholesaleMore market. The business is located on Frenchman's Creek Rd. in Half Moon Bay, a few miles north of Highway 92. The business is not open to the public.
Silva Wholesale Florist
1050 Frenchmans Creek Rd, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Silva Wholesale Florist has been growing a variety of flowers just outside of Half Moon Bay since 1967. The greenhousesMore are located in beautiful Frenchmans Creek Canyon.
Bay City Flower
2265 Cabrillo Hwy S, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Bay City Flower is a distribution firm that sells its floral products to retail operations in and around the community.More The company's facilities are located along Cabrillo Highway South.
Alena Jean
340 Purissima St, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Alena Jean flower shop and nursery is an adorable store that sells potted plants, gardenMore accessories and beautiful floral arrangements. This picturesque shop located on Purissima Street is surrounded by green plants and features a white gazebo in the back. Alena Jean specializes in wedding designs including bouquets, center pieces, corsages, boutineers, flower pieces for hairstyles as well as other reception decorations. Call for a consultation and estimate.
G. Berta Fruit and Vegetable Stand
12599 San Mateo Rd, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
G. Berta Fruit and Vegetable Stand is a family business that has been supplying locals and visitors with fresh fruitsMore and vegetables since 1929. All of the produce is grown naturally without the use of any pesticides. Cut flowers are available as well. It is located right off of Highway 92.
La Nebbia Winery
12341 San Mateo Rd, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
La Nebbia Winery has been gracing the hills of Half Moon Bay since 1980. With wine tasting, bocce ball and live musicMore every second and fourth Sunday of the month, there is something for everyone to enjoy. It is available for private parties and weddings; picnic tables sit on the back lawn, adorned with beautiful flowers and rustic wine barrels. Every Saturday there is a "Bottle and Cork Day," where customers can bring in their own bottles, fill them with any wine and customize the labels. It is located on Highway 92 and is hard to miss because of the beautifully painted sign.
Coastside Farmer's Market
225 Cabrillo Hwy S, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019

Coastside Farmer's Market has been a Saturday tradition in Half Moon Bay since 2002. From May through December youMore will find 30 to 40 vendors showcasing the farm-fresh produce, wild salmon, artisanal goat cheeses, regional honey, flowers, local art and live music.   

Most of vendors come from within the county – some of them from farms within walking distance of the market – and are chosen because they are self-sustaining, farmer run farms. It is the goal of the market organizers to champion small farms along the coast and local fishermen from Half Moon Bay harbor.

Although the focus is on the fresh produce, there is also a nice selection of prepared foods and bakery items, perfect for a light lunch while shopping and listening to the local musicians perform.

Blue Sky Farms
3068 Cabrillo Hwy N, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Visiting Blue Sky Farms, with its cafe, garden and nursery, is like stepping into another little world.More Before browsing the lovely selection of flowers and plants, nourish yourself with a specialty bagel, omelet or sandwich, then step outside to peruse the flora. If you're having trouble deciding what to take home with you, Blue Sky Farm's friendly, knowledgeable staff is always ready to answer questions and make suggestions.
12690 San Mateo Rd, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
When you see the many handwritten signs for fruits and vegetables at ridiculously cheapMore prices lining Highway 92, it's hard not to stop at Beeson's vegetable stand. Luckily, it doesn't disappoint. The prices are low and it has a large selection of organic produce, including heirloom tomatoes, melons, strawberries, local honey, herbs and flowers. Owner Felix and his crew are super nice and knowledgeable about all the fruits and vegetables they carry and from where they originate.
Frenchman's Creek Community Park
Frenchmans Creek Road at Bordeaux Lane,, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
This well-landscaped park is located at the edge of Frenchman's Creek amidst flowers, shrubs, and eucalyptus trees thatMore tower overhead. There's a small playground for children. An oblong grassy area adjacent to the playground is a nice location for a subdued picnic. Street parking does not exist immediately next to the park. There's only one handicapped space and about 4-5 individual spaces built in to the side of the park itself. Visitors should be prepared to take public transportation or park on an adjacent street.
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