Fruits

Apples

Examples of apples include the Anna Apple, Beverly Hills Apple, Dorsett Golden Apple, Fuji Apple, Gordon Apple… >Organic Apples

Apricots

The apricots grow on a small tree with a dense, spreading canopy, bearing white-to-pink flowers. The fruit is similar to a small peach, from yellow to orange. The flesh is usually firm and not very juicy, with… >Organic Apricots

Apriums

75% apricot and 25% plum, an aprium most resembles an apricot but with a distinctive flavor and texture all its own. It has the clean tang of an apricot boosted by the sweetness of a plum, with a pleasant… >Organic Apriums

Avocados

This versatile, creamy-lush fruit has bordered on becoming a national obsession. Tasty, adaptable, and brimming with health benefits, they make the perfect addition to any garden of produce… > Organic Avocados

Blackberries

Blackberries are a soft and delicate fruit which grows on thorny bushes or trailing vines. Technically, the blackberry is a drupelet, or a cluster of fruits, like a bunch of grapes, and the seed inside each… >Organic Blackberries

Blueberries

In terms of U.S. fruit consumption, sweet and succulent blueberries rank only second to strawberries in popularity of berries. Blueberries are not only popular, but also repeatedly ranked in the U.S. diet as… >Organic Blueberries

Cherries

Examples of cherries include Minne Royal Cherris, Royal Lee Cherries… >Organic Cherries

Deciduous Salad Trees

Deciduous Salad Trees, developed in 1990 by the West Family in Australia, bear up to six different fruits of the same family all growing on one single tree. All fruits retain their own individuality, with varied… >Organic Deciduous Salad Trees

Espalier Trees

The word espalier is French, and it comes from the Italian spalliera, meaning “something to rest the shoulder (spalla) against.” Thus Espalier fruit trees have had their branches pruned and tied to… >Organic Espalier Trees

Figs

The edible fig is one of the first plants that was cultivated by humans. Although dried figs are available throughout the year, there is nothing like the unique taste and texture of fresh figs. They are lusciously sweet… >Organic Figs

Goji Berries

Goji berries have a mild tangy taste that is slightly sweet and sour. When  dried whole (as you will usually find them in super markets), they have a similar shape and chewy texture as raisins. A health boosting… >Organic Goji Berries

Grapefruits

Examples of grapefuits include the Cocktail, Orablanco, Rio Reed, Stary Ruby Red, Melogold… >Organic Grapefruits

Guavas

Guavas are tropical plants that produce sweet fruit that is high in vitamin C. Though often commercially made into jelly or preserves, they are also delicious eaten fresh… >Organic Guavas

Kumquats

This unique winter citrus towers above the crowd―despite its small size and funny name (which translates roughly as “gold orange” in China). With a sweet skin and tart flesh, the kumquat provides potassium… >Organic Kumquats

Lemons

From lemonade and marinades and desserts, to cleaning agents, tonics and skincare, it’s hard to run out of uses for lemons.  Skip the grocery store trips, and start growing these tart yellow beauties right in your… >Organic Lemons

Limes

he smaller, slightly more exotic cousin of the lemon, limes are instantly recognizable with their smooth, bright green, skin and sweetly acidic aroma. They are an important ingredient in Mexican, Indian, Latin… >Organic Limes

Loquats

The vigorous, upright and self-fertile loquat tree is indigenous to southeastern China, but has been cultivated in Japan for over 1,000 years. The Loquats themselves grow as large, round to oblong fruits with… >Organic Loquats

Mandarins

Mandarin oranges originated in China, hence the name. China is by far the largest grower and consumer in the world, with over 12 million tons harvested each year. The term includes varieties such as satsumas… >Organic Mandarins

Mulberries

Mulberries grow from the silkworm tree. Refreshingly succulent, tart and sweet, mulberries are widely used in desserts and wines, and even have impressive nutritional value and health benefits… >Organic Mulberries

Nectaplums

The ‘Spice Zee’ Nectaplum Tree is relatively new, popular fruit tree variety. It’s fruits provide a delicious cross between the sharp flavors of a nectarine and the sweet juices of a plum. Enjoy snacking on these firm… >Organic Nectaplums

Nectarines

Nectarines are a variety of peaches that have a smooth skin. As with peaches, nectarines can be white or yellow, clingstone or freestone. On average, they are slightly smaller and sweeter than… >Organic Nectarines

Nuts

Yes, a nut is a fruit! More specifically, a nut is a fruit composed of a hard shell that remains enclosed around a seed, which is generally edible. Because nuts generally have a high oil content, they are a highly… >Organic Nuts

Oranges

The orange is a hybrid between pommelo and mandarin. It has genes that are ~25% pommelo and ~75% mandarin. Sweet oranges were mentioned as early as 314 BC in Chinese literature. As of 1987, orange… >Organic Oranges

Organic Salad Citrus Trees

Our Orange Salad Citrus Trees feature combinations of 4-5 of the following oranges… >Organic Salad Citrus Trees

Peaches

Nothing says summer like downy, sunset color peaches! This round juicy fruit has creamy to gold undercolor that indicates ripeness, a rough stone, and sweet, fibrous golden… >Organic Peaches

Pears

The Monterrey Pear doesn’t adhere to the classic “pear shape,” but rather is large and apple shaped with a yellow-green skin. They have a sweet, mild-flavored flesh with a smooth, crisp texture, and grow… >Organic Pears

Persimmons

These yellow-orange, tomato-shaped fruits have become a hot ticket item, more than doubling its supermarket sales over recent years. They have a lovely sweet, honeyed flavor, as well as plenty of nutrients such… >Organic Persimmons

Pluots

Pluots bring together the best of both worlds. Genetically, they are one-fourth (25%) apricot and three-fourths (75%) plum. The fruit’s exterior has smooth skin closely resembling that of a plum, without the… >Organic Pluots

Plums

Plums may have been one of the first fruits domesticated by humans. You can join this legacy by cultivating these juicy, sweet-tart tasting fruits in your own yard. Plum trees are widely adapted, more compact… >Organic Plums

Pomegranates

The pomegranate is technically a berry, growing on a deciduous shrub or small tree. As intact arils (the juicy red kernels) or juice, the distinct sweet-sour flavor of pomegranates is used in cooking, baking… >Organic Pomegranates

Pummelos

The pummelo is the largest member of the citrus family and tastes like a sweet, mild grapefruit… >Organic Pummelos

Specialtiy Citruses

Examples of specialty citruses include the Calamondin Citrus, Citrus Hystrix, Yuzu Citrus, Fingered Citron Citrus… >Organic Specialty Citruses

Tangelos

The Minneola Tangelo has few seeds and a juicy, rich, tart and unique taste. It is a medium to large round fruit with orange flesh and medium skin thickness. It is a hybrid of the Duncan Grapefruit and the… >Organic Tangelos

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