The Home of High-Hand Nursery, High-Hand Cafe and the Historical Fruit Shed

NURSERY 916-652-2065 (ext.1)
Monday-Saturday 9-5pm
Sunday 9-4pm

CAFE 916-652-2064 (ext.2)
Tuesday-Friday 11-3pm
Saturday & Sunday 9-3pm
Cafe closed on Monday for Harvest

What’s New at High-Hand

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Celebrating Nature

This week’s newsletter is all about — new beginnings, new events, new announcements on how High-Hand is growing this Spring…

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Succulent Kokedama Workshop

Come learn the art and craft of the Japanese Kokedama. These hanging string gardens will be handcrafted with moss, jute and a variety of succulents…

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Fairy Bloom Workshop

Design a fresh floral arrangement with seasonal flowers and succulents in a rustic antique brick mold. We will also be creating a twig gazebo to house…

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Bloomtastic at Maple Rock Gardens

A day filled with self guided tours through the amazing themed garden rooms, live music, farm fresh food, and…

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Succulent Extravaganza

Meet Sunset Magazine’s Succulent Guru Robin Stockwell as he introduces you to the world of succulents. We will have a succulent bar with hundreds of succulents available to make your own…

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Try Out A New Recipe

Discover tasty new recipes to enjoy for your next appetizer, bbq, salad, dessert…

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Check back often as we continue to update our online store with all the products you have come to love when visiting High-Hand.

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