The New York Times wrote:
"Founded in 1852, Petaluma has a pretty downtown lined with Victorian-era iron-front buildings. It’s anchored by the glorious 1920s Sonoma County Bank building with huge arched windows and 30-foot hammered-metal ceilings, now home to the Petaluma Seed Bank and Baker Heirloom Seed Company."
If you are wondering what a Seed Bank is - these heirloom seeds are sold in a former bank in Petaluma - but that's just a fantastic name and a coincidence that a bank resided once in the same building where this store is now located.
Read also: How to Save Seeds by Modern Farmer and a photo article by the LA Times about the Seed Bank in Petaluma.