An older three-story brick building has been imaginatively wrapped with a stucco-and-tile Mission Revival “stage set” of one and two stories. On ground level a deep-arched “corridor” marches around two sides of the building. Above, four narrow pavilions topped with curved gables spring from the tile roof. The nursery company was established in 1892; obviously by the 1920s it was felt that the exotic California Mission style somehow fit the horticultural activities of the firm.
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Henry Field Seed and Nursery Company
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