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The Luffa Farm

We grow Sponges!

About The Natural Luffa Sponges

At The Luffa Farm, we are focused on providing all-natural Heirloom Luffa Sponges, information about the history and usage of this unique gourd, and handmade herbal and bath products, with the highest levels of customer satisfaction. We will continue to do so by remaining rooted in our community as a small family farm. All of our Luffas are hand tended daily, free from harmful chemical treatments, to ensure quality yield year-round. Each of our products is handmade by us, on the premises, in micro-batches, to ensure only the highest quality items make it to our customers. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. We hope to see you again!



Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How long does the free tour take?
A: Most tours take approximately 30 minutes. Tours are informal and frequently run longer or shorter depending on customer interest.


Q: How long does the Large Group Tour take?

A: A Large Group Tour may take between 1.5 and 2.5 hours, usually depending on the size of the group.


Q: What is the difference between the free tour and the Large Group Tour?
A: The free tour includes information about using and caring for The Luffa Farm Heirloom Luffa Sponges, demonstrations, and hands-on experience with live, growing sponges. The Large Group Tour includes all of the above, plus refreshments and activities involving backyard herbs. The gift shop is open during business hours for new visitors and return visitors alike. The Luffa Farm is a small family business that aims to personalize each experience with our customers. Whether it's your first tour, or your fifth, there is always something new to see, and you will always learn something new! The farm and products are always changing, so every visit is an adventure for the whole family!


Q: How should I prepare for my tour?
A: If you reserved a Large Group Tour, please call to confirm the number of attendees 4-7 days in advance. For all tours, wear comfortable shoes and clothing. Greenhouses are very hot and humid, so plan sunscreen, medications, hydration, etc. according to your personal needs. Refreshments are provided for Large Group Tours, but those taking the free tour should provide their own. Photography is encouraged. Dogs are welcome, but please be considerate by bringing water and a leash.

Other Questions?
Call: 1 (805) 343-0883