Founded by Toji Yamamoto in 1925, Yamamoto Farms was initially a truck-farming enterprise. Strawberry and Nursery transplants were later added to this initial focus. Flowering potted plants were introduced in 1990 after farming operations were discontinued.
From day one, premium products and business conducted at the highest ethics have been our major focus and goal. Self-determination, hard work, dedication, success, and honor are themes permeating every business decision and activity. As we look to the future, participation by a fourth generation and alignment consolidations are themes which will allow Yamamoto Farms to celebrate its centennial.
Our seventy-eight year association with Deardorff Jackson Company speaks volumes of what we stand for. Current and past ventures with K.D. Nursery, Milgro, Nurserymen’s Exchange, and Rose Gonzales Plants clearly demonstrate mutually-advantageous associations. You and your company are welcome to initiate and participate in enhancing and perpetrating the Yamamoto Farms legacy, today and into the future.