Solar Powered Greenhouse

Public Coast Farm Greenhouse

Our 5,000 foot greenhouse is chef-driven: part restaurant supplier, part kitchen test-lab. This allows us to experiment with a rotating variety of typically seasonal specialty crops and cultivate them year round, including tomatoes, green beans, peppers sweet and hot, zucchini and squash blossoms, tiger melons, lemon cucumbers, microgreens, herbs and carrots. The greenhouse is powered 100% through solar panels and features state of the art heating, ventilation and lighting systems.





At Public Coast Farm, we’ve got tomatoes for days: 365 of them to be exact. From Cherokee Purple to rare Blueberry Indigo, we grow as many as ten rotating varieties of heirloom, specialty and rare tomatoes year-round in our magical greenhouse.
Rotating Varieties:

  • Purple Cherokee
  • Brad’s Atomic
  • Vintage Wine
  • Blueberry Indigo
  • Tomesol
  • Black Beauty
  • Tigerstripe
  • Marbonne


It’s true: some like ‘em hot, especially our chefs! At our culinary-focused Public Coast Farm, we nurture a mix of spicy and sweet pepper varieties. We like to think we grow the perfect pepper for a range of dishes from salads to salsas to the occasional specialty beers.
Rotating Varieties:

  • Sweet Peppers
  • Jimmy Nardello
  • Habanada
  • Hot Pepper
  • Sugar Rush Red
  • Paprika
  • Manzano orange


Packed with flavor and nutrients, microgreens are having a moment!  They’re highly popular with our restaurant chefs and diners alike, and find their way into the tastiest year-round salads.
Rotating Varieties:

  • Garnet Red Amaranth
  • Red Veined Sorrel
  • Wasabi Arugula