Citrus companies to buy from

The Best Citrus Companies to Buy Fruit From

There are a lot of choices when it comes to buying citrus fruit and citrus fruit gifts. But not all citrus fruit companies are created equal. Ordering fresh oranges, grapefruit, and specialty fruits directly from the grove is a great way to get the best quality fruit. Just make sure that you are ordering from… Read more »

Monstera Deliciosa Fruit

Monstera Deliciosa Jam

Also known as Mexican breadfruit, monstera deliciosa tastes as good as it sounds – delicious with a “big” flavor! That deliciousness translates well to a spreadable, easy-to-make jam. You won’t even need to get any special ingredients – monstera deliciosa has enough of its own natural pectin that you get the texture you want without… Read more »


The Best Time to Plant Your Citrus Tree

You thought you might like to buy citrus trees for your yard or sunroom, so you searched for cheap citrus trees for sale, found your citrus tree online at, and now you’re ready to plant it. The question is, is your tree ready to be planted? When is the best time to plant citrus trees, anyway?… Read more »

Cilantro Lime Rice in a bowl

Cilantro Lime Rice

Make your own burrito bowls at home with this tasty, healthy recipe! Excellent in Mexican or Asian-inspired cuisine, this irresistible rice dish is so good you may just eat it up by itself. Fresh cilantro and lime juice add zine and brightness to this dish so it complements your favorite dishes perfectly. Ingredients: 2 T.… Read more »

Banana Fig Bread

Banana Fig Bread

What could be better than warm, fresh banana bread? Warm, fresh, banana fig bread, of course! Crunchy walnuts add body and protein to this fruity vegan treat that’s sure to become your new favorite breakfast on the go. Make more than one loaf and freeze the other for up to three months! Ingredients: 4 ripe… Read more »

Orange Tree in a Pot

How to Get More Fruit on Your Citrus Tree

Have you been tempted by the dwarf lemon trees for sale on, or thought you might like to look for a kaffir lime tree for sale? Believe it or not, you can grow your own citrus fruit at home no matter where you live! Here’s how to do it so your tree (whether it’s… Read more »

Fruit Pizza

Fruit Pizza

Who doesn’t love pizza? If you’re trying to get your kids to eat more fruit, this quick, easy-to-prepare treat is a perfect alternative to a sugar-laden cookie or other high-calorie treat. Sweet and satisfying, tortilla-topped fruit pizzas make a great after-school snack. Ingredients: 4 medium-sized whole wheat tortilla shells ½ c. plain Greek yogurt 1… Read more »


Fried Avocado

Love avocado, but getting tired of guacamole? These crispy strips make an excellent appetizer at your next gathering! Flaky panko crumbs give them a satisfying crunch, while the spicy-lime mayo adds extra zing. The-salt-and pepper coating adds plenty of flavor, but you can also spice things up even further by adding chili powder or other… Read more »


Immune-Boosting Lemon Bites

Hoping to ward off sickness this winter season? Help your immune system bypass colds and flu with these empowering lemon bites! Spiced with immune-boosting ginger and vitamin C-packed lemon juice, they’re easy to make, high in protein to keep you from getting hungry, and satisfying to your sweet tooth. Ingredients: 1 c. Medjool dates, pitted… Read more »


Garden Additions for the Winter

Looking for plants for sale to add to your garden? You may not realize it, but some fruit trees can provide you with tasty fresh fruit even during the winter months! There are lots of great reasons to plant winter fruit trees. Apart from providing you with the sheer joy of picking fresh fruit from… Read more »


Mulberry Muffins

Bursting with juicy, tangy-sweet mulberries, these moist and delicious muffins are the perfect accompaniment to your morning coffee. With a limited amount of sugar to allow the fruit flavor to shine through, these controlled-portion muffins are a treat you can feel good about. Ingredients: 2 c. flour, + more for dusting ½ tsp. sea salt… Read more »


Are Citrus Trees Evergreen?

Most trees fall into one of two categories: deciduous and evergreen. The word deciduous means “to fall off,” so the trees whose leaves turn pretty colors and fall off each autumn to grow again the following spring are deciduous trees. The leaves on evergreen trees, however, always stay green and never fall off (unless there’s a problem,… Read more »


Beware: How to Protect Your Tree from Wildlife

Did someone send you a citrus tree for Christmas, or did you find an orange tree online you’re thinking of buying? If so, lucky you! Citrus trees are wonderful additions to your garden: they look pretty, smell great, and – of course – produce delicious fruit. With the availability of dwarf citrus plants, many people… Read more »


Winter Fruit Salad

Perfect as a side dish for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Year’s, this healthy, gluten-free salad showcases winter’s most popular fruits in a refreshing combination that will appeal to the whole family. Ingredients: For the salad: 2 red apples, cored and diced 2 pears, cored and diced 4 clementine oranges, peeled and separated into segments 3… Read more »


Kumquat Chicken

This sweet and savory dish tastes every bit as succulent as it looks. Sweet-and-sour kumquats pair perfectly with hoisin sauce and sesames seeds for a delectable sauce that offsets the chicken perfectly and goes beautifully over steamed rice. For extra flavor, swap out the chicken breasts for chicken thighs. Ingredients: 20 oz. chicken breasts, cut… Read more »