Sugarbush Cottage was established in 2000 by Eugene and June Brill. Situated in Valley Center, Southern California, the 9.41 acre property overlooks the picturesque Pauma Valley and the majestic Palomar Mountain. Surrounding the traditional Colonial Cape Dutch house is a producing Hass avocado grove. In 2004, Cape Flower Fields was formed with the specific purpose to grow South African and Australian flowers. The on site nursery propagates the majority of the Protea, Leucadendron (Sunset Safari, Galpinii, etc), Leucospermum (Pincushions), Banksia and Waxflower (from Australia) that are grown in the fields adjacent to the avocado grove. Various fillers (Long stem Myrtle, Eucalyptus, etc) and Cape greens (Sunset Safari, Galpinii, etc) are also grown to compliment the cut-flower harvest. Grosso lavender fields supply the beehives with an ample supply of lavender-flavored pollen, producing a mild lavender honey.
...living in paradise
Own a piece of South Africa ... in California