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On March 4, 1983 Nut Tree catered a luncheon hosted by CA Governor George Deukmejian for Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip at the State capitol Beginning in 1980, Nut Tree was home to a month-long October harvest event called 'Pumpkin Patch'.Pumpkin Patch attractions included a great scarecrow contest, a giant pumpkin display and weigh-in, and pumpkin carving contests. It was created by Helen and Ed "Bunny" Power as a small roadside fruit stand, and built near the site of Helen's childhood home ('Harbison House' dating from 1907), which she and her husband purchased from her parents not long after their 1920 marriage. At its peak, it contained a restaurant, an outdoor eatery, a bakery, a gift shop, a toy shop, the Nut Tree Railroad that gave rides from the toy shop to the airport, and an airport, which is now owned and operated by Solano County.
As of September, 2015, they still accept phone orders for the remaining copies.
The main Nut Tree buildings were demolished in Fall 2003.
A notable feature of the restaurant was its large indoor aviary, which had glass walls extending from floor to ceiling.
Nut Tree knives and cutting boards, as well as books on aviation, were sold in the gift shop.
A recipe book called Nut Tree Remembered - The Cookbook was printed by the Vacaville Museum in 1997.It contains 40 recipes, and more than 100 photos and graphics from the restaurant and retail stores that closed in 1996.