Florida Customers please enjoy our February Citrus Sale: Use Coupon Code "floridacitrus" for 10% off all citrus trees. Since strict rules state we can only ship Citrus within FL, & we did not want to leave out our national customers; ALL customers please enjoy a special 10% off Miracle Fruit with our "miracle2019" Coupon Code (Both Codes are only valid till 02/20/2019. Citrus Categories include Grapefruit, Kumquat, Lemon, Lime, Orange, Pummelo, Tangelo, Tangerine, & Fruit Cocktail Trees). Dismiss

Sherbet Berry-New Fruit for the South

Looking for something unusual, exotic, tasty and good for you? Try the Sherbet Berry tree! Also known as Phalsa (Grewsia asiatica), the Sherbet Berry fruit is popular in India for making refreshing fruit or soft drinks enjoyed during the hot summer months. The blueberry sized fruit has a pleasant tangy sweet sherbet-like flavor and is […]

Bananas-Add some Tropical to Your Garden

If you lust for warm sunny beaches and tropical jungles then growing bananas trees in your garden is a sure way to transport yourself to the tropics without an expensive plane ticket. Fruiting your own bananas gives you a rare treat that few gardeners can enjoy. In the landscape, the broad, flat leaves of the […]

A Passion for Passion Vines

A Passion for Passion Vines When you’re looking for a vine for that special trellis, fence or arbor, the passion vine (Passiflora species) should be at the top of your list. Passion vines are one of the most beautiful twiners that we can grow here. The exotic blooms are not only fascinating to look at; […]

Good Bugs in the Garden

As spring goes into full swing, gardeners everywhere are gearing up to plant their gardens and are getting ready to do whatever it takes to protect what they’ve planted from the hungry hoards of bugs. Many are working to grow their vegetables with organic methods, and one of the best ways to do that is […]

Mayhaws –Wild Legacy of the South

There are few fruits and can be claimed as regional. Mayhaws are one of the few. Found only growing in the swamps and on the river banks of the states of Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and East Texas, the mayhaw has been one of the best kept secrets of the south. The jelly made from […]

Paw Paw So Easy to Grow-So Delicious

Native fruits are often a mixed bag. Tough, disease resistant, and easy to grow, but often to too small to be considered really good eats. The paw paw breaks with the norm. Known as the largest wild edible fruit in North America, it is usually found in the moist shady hardwood forests of the eastern […]

Enjoy Tree Ripened Figs

 For foodies, tree ripened figs are a true delicacy. Most store bought figs do not come close to resembling the rich flavor of a tree ripened fig.  Picked at their height in flavor, figs offer a rich, sweet blend of maple syrup, caramelized apple, and honey toned flavors. Some varieties, like Violette De Bordeaux are […]

Lichen in the Orchard and Why you Should be Concerned

We get a lot of repeat questions at the nursery, and one of the common ones is “What’s this moss stuff growing on my trees bark? This moss is a form of lichen, which is a wonderful little ecosystem of fungus and algae or bacterium. Pretty to look at, this symbiotic colony will form on […]

News from the Farm

It’s been an exciting week around the farm. We had a tornado come through last Sunday and blow down one big tree and a few small trees. Really no damage to our buildings, just the loss of a few of our beloved trees. The tree trimmers have been in cleaning up the mess, and we’re […]

Titan and Krewer Blueberries –Size matters

Let’s face it; there are some things in life where size does matter. When it comes time for picking your berry patch, harvesting the fruit is both a labor intensive as well as a hot job. Most blueberries are dime size and it can take awhile to get you pan full. University of Georgia blueberry […]