Morning Glory Farms was started on our 60-acre ranch in Bradley, California (San Luis Obispo County) Central coast in 2001. My mother, Belia, lived with our family at that time, and we enjoyed canning and making jams. Friends and neighbors would ask to buy them, which was the start of Morning Glory Farms. Five years ago, Belia retired from the business, and I continued to grow Morning Glory Farms. Recently, the farm moved to Santa Margarita, California, where I continue to produce jams, jellies, and fruit butters. My operation consists of this process — Pruning and fertilizing the fruit trees, harvesting the fruit and vegetables, canning and preserving them to use throughout the year to create our products. I partner with other farmers in the area to acquire products I need but do not grow.
Morning Glory Farms also produces wine jams and jellies (My Signature Collection) made from wine grapes and wines produced in this area. Morning Glory Farms is located in the heart of wine country on the central coast of California.
I sell my products at local farmers' markets, special events, specialty or gift shops, wine tasting rooms, and online. I love sampling jams with the public and creating new jam recipes and new seasonal jams. Morning Glory Farms has been featured in these publications — 805 Living, Paso Robles Magazine, San Luis Obispo Tribune, The San Miguel Chamber of Commerce, and other local/private businesses promoting Morning Glory Farms jams.
I love creating custom orders for special events and specially designed labels for customers.