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 […]

News From the Farm

Well, it has been awhile since we sent out a farm report. In the busy-ness of the doing, we sometimes neglect to make time to converse about what we’re doing. For those of you that are wondering whether we are still here, it is very much so. We love gardening and helping people to learn […]

Thank you- We’ll see you in the New Year

Every year the nursery takes a week off between Christmas and New Years. We take this pause to give our crew time to spend with their families and for us to reflect and enjoy some time in the winter woods. It’s the day after Christmas and it’s a quiet time of the year, there is […]

Japanese Raisin Tree Tasty Twigs!

[printfriendly] Japanese Raisin Tree – Tasty Twigs! Now wait one doggone minute – raisins don’t grow on trees!! Well, yes, but really there is such a tree as the Raisin Tree – really, really! While called the Japanese Raisin Tree (Hovenia dulcis), the Raisin Tree actually originated in China and was only introduced to the […]

Jujuba, Fruit for the Reluctant Gardener!

[printfriendly] Jujuba, Fruit for the Reluctant Gardener! What thrives on neglect, loves long hot summers, is salt and drought tolerant, can survive -28F (yup, that’s negative 28) and produces tons of fruit??? – JUJUBA!!! “Jujuba, what the heck is that?” you may ask. Jujuba (Ziziphus jujuba) comes from China and is a sweet fruit with […]

Marinated Arbequina Olives

[printfriendly] Marinated Arbequina Olives Here’s a simple recipe that you can use to cure your Arbequina olives. It’s easily done with very little equipment, and the olives can be processed in small batches. Olives stored in oil will keep for several months in the refrigerator, and develop a rich and spicy flavor within a week […]

Micro Irrigation Solving the Water Problems

The dog days of summer will soon be upon us. If you’re one of those people that spent most of the last summer desperately trying to stretch another snarled garden hose out to the rapidly wilting impatiens, you probably realized that there has to be a better way. Maybe, you think, it’s time to look […]

Early Summer Bounty

[printfriendly] Early Summer Bounty Blueberries, Mulberries, Strawberries, Apples, Peaches, Plums, Nectarines, Blackberries… Oh My! It’s the season of summer harvest. So what do you do with all that fruit? Try making a Flaugnarde. Tough to say but super easy to make, this dessert is as simple as arranging the fruit of your choice in a […]

We Love to Hear from You!

We ship a lot of plants out. We love to hear back from you about what you think about our plants and our service.  Like proud parents we can’t help but share. Here’s what some of our great customers are saying! Shane, Alachua Fl “I received my order today and let me tell you, I […]

What the World Needs Now is More Olives!

[printfriendly] Arbequina Olives can be Grown in Your Yard! Do you like the idea of growing your own organic food? Would you like the taste of the unusual? A fruit-bearing tree grown in California and in Catalonia Spain has been discovered to be suitable to grow in this area of the south! Think of a […]