"Savanna Farms" was created in 2021 when after years of running community gardens in the West Valley we thought it was time we ran our own space. This led us to purchasing 2 acres and building our home as well as space for all things in life that are important ~ farm eggs, pasture raised meat , home grown veggies and lots of fruit trees!
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6106 North 183rd Avenue, Waddell, Arizona 85355, United States
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A staple for any pantry- eggs and chicken!
Farm fresh organic colorful eggs-not fertilized-from free range chickens. We treat our chickens like family members.
Colorful,creamy,nutritious yolks made by happy and healthy hens!
Eggs are collected multiple times daily & are stored in refrigerator upon collection.
Eggs are not washed.
** Due to recent high demand possible waiting list.
Taking orders for next delivery date of chicks October 10th, approximate butcher date of December 27th. You can taste the difference, with a nice balance of dark meat to white meat, free ranged on the alfalfa field. Average weight of 4-6lbs.
**Pending quantities on hand.
Apples trees need at least six hours of sun each day, preferably in a location where they are spared the worst of the summertime late-afternoon sun. The trees need strong limbs to grow fruit on, so the first thing to eliminate when structurally pruning are weak limbs. The best limb for growing fruit is positioned at a 45° angle from the trunk, or the “ten and two” angles we’re familiar with when keeping our hands on the steering wheel.
Remarkable fruit for mild winter climates in Arizona. Heavy crops of sweet, crisp, flavorful apples even in low desert. Fresh/cooked apples keep for 2 months in refrigerator. Requires 200 chill hours. Self-fruitful or pollenized by Dorsett Golden or Einshemer.
Outstanding sweet apple for warm winter areas. Firm, very flavorful, sweet like Golden Delicious. Productive throughout Phoenix, AZ. Good early season sweet apple. Requires 100 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
Heavy-bearing, very low chilling requirement. Sweet yellow apples in early summer. Excellent pollenizer for Anna. Requires 100 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
For the apple lover seeking a truly unique variety, the Ghost apple is in a category by itself. With totally white skin, these white flesh apples hang on the tree like floating goblins. The sweet sub-acid flavor was a taste pleaser at several fruit tastings. A heat-loving apple, Ghost harvests at the beginning of July. Requires 300 chill hours. Apple with mid-season bloom required as pollenizer.
The hallmark of Pink Lady is an attractive pink blush over a yellow undertone. The fruit often displays ribbing or a bumpy skin, but remains appealing to consumers even so. Medium to large-sized a4d oblong, the fruit has a crisp texture and dense, cream-colored flesh. The flavor is tart-sweet with an excellent sugar to acid balance. The tree is vigorous with large leaves. Requires 400 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
Originated about 1935 as a chance seedling found growing on the Williams farm in Donnybrook, Western Australia. Medium sized rounded fruit becomes much larger when thinned. Firm white flesh is crisp and juicy. Flavor is pleasant, sweet and balanced. Quality improves the longer the fruit hangs on the tree. Is good for all uses, fresh, sauce, baking and cider. Fruit harvests fall into winter. Pollination required with include Fuji, Granny Smith, King David, Pink Lady. Requir200 chill hours.
Chance seedling discovered near Long Beach, CA., introduced in 1949. Large fruit with red over green skin, ripening late September to mid-October. Crisp and juicy, with a balance of sugar and acid. Good keeper. Large, vigorous, productive tree. Requires 300 chill hours. Self fruitful.
Gala apples are crisp, sweet apples covered in a thin yellow to orange skin, highlighted with pink to red stripes that vary in hue dependent upon the apples maturity. Their dense flesh is creamy yellow, offering a mildly sweet flavor and floral aroma.They are small to medium in size and ripen in August. Gala apples require 500 chill hours and require a pollinator such as Granny Smith, Red Delicious, Fuji, and Jonathan.
The Fuji Apple may be considered the finest apple to take southern summer heat. The Fuji Apple Tree is not only delicious to people but has become popular with deer lovers for its late abundant crop. The Fuji apple may be considered the finest apple to take southern summer heat. The Fuji apple tree is the latest ripening southern apple, coming off the tree in mid-September. 350-400 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
A favorite of connoisseurs: very large, crisp and flavorful. Late September/October harvest. Pick when green or wait until partly yellow. Bakers love this apple! Large, vigorous tree resists powdery mildew. 500 hours. Proven very productive in trial with much less chilling than the estimated requirement. Pollenizer required: Red Delicious, Granny Smith, Fuji, Gala.
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Apricots are surprisingly drought-tolerant once established, and it is important to not over water the trees, as this can contribute to fungal problems and fruit that tastes 'watered down'. For best fruit and flower production, ensure that the apricot tree is planted in an area that receives full sun. Apricot trees perform best in loamy, well-draining, organically rich soils. They thrive in neutral or slightly alkaline soil.
Excellent backyard apricot for warm winter climates. Freestone, very good quality. Heavy bearing. Early harvest, 3-4 weeks before Blenheim (Royal). Requires 300 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
Ripening in the 4th week of May, the Katy apricot features large, firm, freestone fruit with a pleasing sub-acid flavor. A long-time favorite apricot for warm-winter climates. Requires 400 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
Reliable producer of medium-large yellow fruit with orange-red blush and exceptional flavor. Ripens late June. Requires 350 chill hours. Self fruitful.
Known as a hybrid fruit, apriums are a cross between an apricot and plum (approximately 70% apricot and 30% plum) and are known for their sweetness and intense flavor. They are crossbred through an accelerated natural selection process of hand pollination, and are the result of intricate crossbreeding over several generations. They are not genetically modified.
Cot-N-Candy Aprium® was Introduced by the World-Famous Floyd Zaiger who specialized in the hybrid development of stone fruit. As the name implies, this natural apricot-plum cross produces incredibly sweet and aromatic fruits with freestone pits. Shaped like a plum, with a juicy apricot-like flavor.This self-fertile tree has a winter chill hour requirement of approximately 400 hours at or below 45 degrees. Plant with another aprium or apricot for an even larger crop!
Medium sized fruit with fuschia-honey colored skin and a dense pink flesh. Fresh taste of an apricot with the sweetness of a plum. Good for eating fresh, cooking, canning and freezing. Self fruiting. Will produce larger crops when pollinated by another apricot. Ripens in June. Semi-freestone. 200 - 300 Chill Hours. Self-fruitful.
The Chinese believed that eating the fruit from the jujube tree would improve a person’s stamina and strength, as well as an improvement in the function of the liver and the immune system. The jujube tree is prized for it’s delicious tasting fruit, the bright-green waxy leaves, and the fascinating silhouette of the tree. The leaves turn bright yellow before they shed after fall frosts. They are attractive & easy to grow with a lovely form, with thorns and zig-zag branches. Drought resistant.
Interesting ornamental form: twisted, contorted branching. Round-shaped edible fruits similar to Li. Fruits reddish-brown when ripe, eaten firm and crunchy or room-dried to date-like chewy sweetness. Early fall harvest. Attractive, easy-to-grow tree: hardy, drought resistant, virtually pest and disease free. Requires long, hot summer. Very low chilling requirement.
While smaller than other jujube fruit, Honey Jar makes up for it in sweetness, crunch, juiciness and thinness of skin. The round-shaped Honey Jar fruit is excellent for fresh eating or dehydrating and is the juiciest jujube variety. Honey Jar is one of the earliest jujubes to ripen as the fruit can be eaten when it’s yellowish-green. Compact tree-form.
Shanxi Li wins first place in the size category – fruit is often 2 inches long! Known as the pear jujube, it has a crisp texture with a rich sweet flavor. Excellent for fresh eating or drying. Ripens in September. Self fertile.
Contrary to the childhood song, mulberries grow on trees, not bushes. These fast-growing trees produce a massive amount of fruit each season, ranging in color from white to deep red to almost black. Mulberries, which are found in China and most of the U.S., are delicate berries. That's why you're most likely to taste them in jam or syrup form (or, increasingly, dried) rather than fresh. They just aren't made to withstand long journeys, which makes it the perfect tree to have in your yard.
The Black Beauty Mulberry produces a large, tasty blackberry-like fruit that is sweet and juicy. This is the smallest of the mulberry trees offered, growing to 15 feet or so. The Black Beauty Mulberry, like all the other mulberries, is self-fertile and ripens over an extended period in early summer late May to early June.
The Pakistan mulberry is a deciduous tree known for producing very long mulberries (3 to 4 inches) that are dark ruby red-purple with a sweet raspberry/blackberry like flavor. Some people compare the taste to that of Boysenberries. As a bonus, the fruit juice does not stain! Pakistan mulberries are less juicy than some other varieties, making them easier to use in baking.
This variety was developed in Islamabad, Pakistan, where it is popular throughout the Middle East and Central Asia.
A fast growing bushy tree. Produces fruit that would look like a blackberry except for the fact that is white with a slight red-pink blush. You can often find these fruits in their dried form in grocery stores or online. THEY ARE A TREAT! Imagine picking handfuls from your own backyard! Trees will eventually reach heights of 30′ in height and width.
Nectarines have a good nutritional profile, containing lots of vitamins and minerals, including beta-carotene, which gives them their yellow-red colour. Nectarines are great sources of beta-carotene, vitamin C, and lutein – nutrients that offer tremendous benefits. They enhance immunity, protect vision, and prevent numerous deadly diseases. They also help improve skin health. Nectarines are rich in fiber, too.
Proven heavy producer of delicious nectarines for warm winter western climates. Skin is solid red, flesh is juicy and yellow freestone with rich flavor. Ripens mid to late May. Requires 250 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
Double Delight produces unusually rich-tasting yellow nectarines with snappy, bright red skin. You’ll thrill to the springtime display of double-petaled, lush pink flowers. This is a self-pollinating variety, so you’ll get fruit from a single tree. However, you’ll want to use at least two trees to increase the size of your yearly crop. They are too pretty to resist, after all! Requires 300 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
Panamint Nectarine is a heavy bearer in mild winter areas, that requires less winter chill than other varieties to provide an ample harvest.This is a freestone when ripe, which occurs in early to mid-July. Requires 300 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
A true nectarine and plum cross that turns out to be a gorgeous tree, producing fruit that is unparalleled in flavor, with hints of both plum and nectarine.
White-fleshed, nectarine x plum. Skin is dark maroon at fruit set, and turns pale pink when ripe. Fully ripe fruit is unparalleled in flavor, and both nectarine and plum traits are easily detectable. The tree is quite ornamental: tremendous purplish pink bloom in the spring followed by a flourish of red leaves which mature into lush green in late summer. Self-fruitful. Very productive. 200-300 hours. High chill adaptable.
The peach tree is considered to be the tree of life and peaches are symbols of immortality and unity. Peach trees are self-fertile, so you don't need to plant more than one to produce fruit. Peach trees need good drainage, and like their soil on the sandy side. Adding mulch around the tree, like leaf mold or compost, helps suppress weeds and keeps the soil healthy and slightly acidic. Peach trees are fast growing and should be pruned during the winter.
Large, all-purpose yellow freestone peach for mild winter climates. Has sweet, aromatic, rich flavor with tart skin;, one of the very best. Ripens mid to late season, 3-4 weeks after Mid-Pride. Requires 300 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
Babcock peaches blooms with a profusion of showy pink blossoms in the spring. The subsequent fruit is a white peach that was the gold standard of white peaches at one time. It is a prodigious bearer of sweet, juicy, aromatic freestone peaches. The flesh is bright white with red near the pit and the skin is light pink with a blush of red. It has nearly fuzz-less skin. Requires 250 chill hours. Self fruitful.
This very vigorous and heavy-bearing tree offers fruit with exceptionally good flavor and sweetness for such an early variety. Its medium-sized semi-freestone fruit has firm yellow flesh and yellow skin with a red blush. Fragrant pink flowers adorn the green foliage on this self-fruiting tree. Tolerates heat and humidity. Requires 250 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
Unique white-fleshed fruit with a sunken center (shaped like a doughnut). Sweet, with a mild flavor described by some as almond-like. Ripens late June/early July with estimated chilling requirement 200-300 hours. Self-fruitful.
Yellow skin with a red blush. Firm, excellent flavor, fine texture, yellow flesh. Medium to large size. Heavy producer-may want to thin some for larger sizes. Self-fertile. Semi-freestone. Require 225 chill hours. Ripens: Late April to Late May
Eva’s Pride Peach is a new and distinct yellow peach with outstanding rich flavor for warm-winter climates! Eva’s Pride is a heavy and regular producer of medium-large, firm, yellow and red-streaked fruit. The flesh is incredibly sweet and juicy, a bib may be required! This cling-stone variety stores and ships well. Prune this vigorous peach tree regularly for the best results. Requires 100-200 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
The Florida-prince is an excellent flavored peach for very mild winter areas. This medium sized firm yellow peach ripens in mid-May. A red blush covers 80% of the skin, forming attractive dark red stripes over yellow. It is very beautiful inside and out. Requires 150 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
Very early peach for warm winter climates. Ripens in May, about with Desert Gold. Delicious, sweet and tangy, semi-freestone when fully ripe. Very large for such an early peach. Large, showy pink blossoms. Requires 150-200 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
Great flavor, yellow flesh with red at pit. Very freestone. Heavy fruit set, even at an early age of medium to large fruit. Colorful, 90% red over yellow skin, with showy spring bloom. Excellent performance in warm zone areas. Good for all uses, including freezing. Harvest early July over 2-3 weeks. Requires 150-200 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
The Red Baron Peach Tree is a patented variety of unsurpassed excellence. Not only is the fruit a large, beautiful red, but the tree itself is prized for its large double red blossoms that cover the tree for several weeks in early spring. These delicious 3" diameter fruits ripen over an extended period of time from mid-July to mid-August.. Requires 250 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
Santa Barbara, a large, superb tasting yellow peach with fine texture that melts in your mouth. Best for fresh eating. Requires 300 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
The flat peach also known as the doughnut/donut peach or Saturn peach, is a variety of peach with pale yellow fruit that is oblate in shape. It has a thin and smooth skin with less fuzz than other peach fruits. It has a soft texture and tastes sweet. It practically melts in the mouth. 200-300 chill hours. Approximate harvest period June. Self-fruitful.
The tropic snow white peach tree is a freestone peach with melting flesh and a slightly tart mouthfeel taste. The actual fruit does carry a bit of fuzz on the outside and has low acid content. Fruit is medium sized and just a tad smaller than the juicy peaches at the grocery store. This white peach tree ripens in summer and the fruit will be soft to touch when it is ready to be picked. Requires 150-200 chill hours.Self fruitful.
In many cultures spanning thousands of years, we can find references to the fruit of the Pear tree as a symbol of divine sustenance, abundance and longevity. The shape of the pear has represented the female form in the art world for centuries, creating a strong symbol of fruitfulness and femininity.
Flordahome pears grow well in warmer weather.Flordahome pears produce large, semi-hard pears that ripen in mid summer. The pears are green and sweet, though slightly tart, and can be eaten fresh or canned. The Flordahome is leaf spot and fire blight resistant. Requires 150-250 chill hours and self fruitful but would benefit with additional pear tree.
Hood pears are a great way to start, thanks to the low chill hour requirements. White blooms emerge in the spring, followed by large fruit that ripens in the summer. The pears are greenish-yellow, crisp, and are great for fresh eating or canning. Ripens in mid- to late July bears fruit in 4–7 years. Needs only 100–200 chill hours. Is self-fertile, but cross-pollination with Baldwin, Flordahome or Pineapple will ensure a larger crop multiples.
Produces large, long, golden yellow fruit with a crimson blush and flesh that is crisp, white, and coarse in texture — good for canning, baking, preserves, and pear honey. Blooms late in the season and ripens mid-September to mid-October Tolerates hot climates Is self-fertile but provides a better crop when planted in multiples.Requires 350 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
Southern Bartlett is an early yielding and prolific pear. The fruit is very large and juicy with a fine textured flesh. The shape is similar to Bartlett. The tree is vigorous and spreading. It has excellent disease resistance.
Fruit Ripens from August-September Requires 300 chill hours . Self-fruitful.
In various parts of the world, particularly Asia, nothing welcomes the harvest season quite like a luscious persimmon, a fruit long prized for its jammy texture and honeyed flavor. But here in the United States, persimmons haven’t attained quite the same instant association with fall, taking a distant back seat to pumpkins and other members of the gourd family. And that’s a shame,because they happen to be some of the best seasonal eating known to humankind.
Highly productive tree producing medium to small, elongated fruit. Very tasty, sweet, brown flesh. Non- astringent when ripe. Foliage is attractive lime green in early spring, dark green in summer with orange fall color. Ripens: Late October into Early November Medium tree height with an approximate mature height of 20-25 feet and a spread of 10- 15 feet.
Largest fruit size and best cooking quality. Delicious when eaten "pudding soft". Tree is vigorous, upright, and shapely. Astringent. Hachiya's should be left on the tree to ripen, develop sweetness, and soften. They can also be picked at full color and laid out in a single layer to ripen in a cool room. Or they can be kept refrigerated for up to 3 months, and then brought out to ripen individually. Mature at 14 to 20 ft. tall.
Consisting of 88% water, the plum is a particularly thirst-quenching fruit. It is an excellent source of derivatives like potassium, calcium and phosphorus, and along with its high sugar, magnesium and fiber content, it is a valuable remedy for the hottest summer days.
One of the better early plum varieties and more productive at the coast than Santa Rosa. Large plum with bright red skin. Amber flesh tinged with red. Strong, vigorous tree. Ripens early June. Requires 250 chilling hours. Self-fruitful.
Burgundy is an all around great home-garden plum, delicious for fresh eating, cooking, drying and in jams and jellies. Reddish purple fruit with deep red flesh ripens early July but typically keeps well on the tree for several weeks. Requires 250-300 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
Catalina plum is a popular large, black, fresh market plum. The white flesh is sweet and juicy but still firm when fully ripe. There is very little tartness at skin and pit. This plum receives very high taste test scores and is one of the best plums for fresh eating. The tree is vigorous and very productive. Requires 300-400 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
.Fruiting ornamental. Introduced commercially in 1936. Very delicious fruit is medium-sized and round, with blood-red flesh and skin. Ripens in late June and hangs well on the tree. Good for jelly and canning. Red-leafed tree has upright growth habit. 300-400 hours. Self-fruitful.
Cross of plum & apricot. Unique blend of flavors. Pinkish orange skin, crimson and amber marbled flesh, freestone. Very early bloom. Compact, small tree. 400 hours. Self-fruitful
Large, freestone plum. Skin purplish to crimson with yellow flesh. Fruit is juicy and tart. Excellent flavor. Keeps well. Prolific bearer. Requires 400 chill hours. Self fruit-ful..
The blackberry is a drupelet (a cluster of fruit, like a bunch of grapes). The seed inside each drupelet helps boost the fiber content. Fiber can help lower cholesterol, increase the feeling of fullness after meals and prevent or treat constipation. Blackberries get their dark, rich color from anthocyanins, compounds that may protect the brain from oxidative stress and reduce the effects of conditions like dementia.
Harvest berries with ease from thorn-less, upright canes. Primocanes fruit first, followed by a second crop on older canes. Fruit is large, firm, and sweet. Excellent choice for home gardening or farmer’s markets. Disease-resistant to rust. Everbearing primocane. Early season. Drought tolerant. Cold-hardy. First-year canes begin ripening in July, while second-year canes bear heaviest crops in June. Both continue to fruit until frost. Self-pollinating.
A unique flavor that has garnered rave reviews! This productive plant yields berries that offer a tasty blend of sweetness and tartness. The fruit is borne uniformly, so it is easy to pick. Thorn-less semi-erect canes may need support under heavy fruit load. Summer-bearing floricane. Late season. Heat-tolerant. Ripens in early August. Self-pollinating.
From their "leaf's" famous role providing cover for Adam and Eve’s unmentionables to the Newtons of your childhood, figs have a long and varied cultural history. Fresh figs are a sticky harbinger of late summer, both subtle and sweet to taste.
This resilient Fig was widely used in the historic California missions. Its larger size offers dense shade and its black fruit is sweet and ornamental. Plant as a single specimen or among other fruit trees in an orchard. Bears best in hot inland areas. root-pruned occasionally. Water regularly - weekly, or more often in extreme heat or containers.
Conadria is one of the first artificial hybrid figs developed by Ira Condit in 1956 at Riverside, California. It is a light green, large fig with whitish-pink flesh and a sweet mild flavor. This Conadria Fig Tree flourishes in hot areas and is a vigorous long-lived tree.
Desert King is very productive and reliable, producing abundant, yellowish-green figs with sweet and richly flavorful, strawberry colored flesh. Desert King also withstands fruit damaging late spring frosts better than any other variety we grow. We sometimes call this fig the Dessert King!!
The fig in the Newtons! Fruit is tasty and has a beautiful amber color when ripe. Highly recommended for drying, canning, and preserves. Hardy to 15°F. Needs winter protection. Pruning needs are minimal. Grows well in containers! Heat-tolerant. Ripens late summer to early fall.
The distinctive Panache Tiger Fig Tree produces attractive fruits with a green and yellow striped exterior. When ripe, the fruit inside is strawberry red with a slightly dry but extremely sweet flesh. The plants have good vigor, with growth up to 12 feet tall and multiple branches. Small to medium sized fruit, green skin with yellow stripes. Very cool looking. Some faint striping is evident even in the young branches in the spring.
The Peter's Honey Fig produces very sweet, shiny and high-quality fruit. Featuring a syrupy and honey-like flavor, Peter's Honey Fig Tree is superb and will melt in your mouth! These uniquely sweet, greenish-yellow fruit with dark-amber flesh, ripen in May and produce a later crop in October-November. The beautiful, shiny lobed leaves put on a show all summer!
Widely regarded—and beloved—as the finest tasting fig, ‘Violette de Bordeaux’ produces a small abundance of small to medium size purple-black fruit with a very deep red strawberry pulp and out of this world , sweet, rich flavor. Hardy 6-10’ self-fruiting plants produce a harvest of fruit that can be enjoyed fresh or dried. Plants will thrive in extremes of heat, humidity, and drought; very good resistance to pests and disease.
The White Genoa Fig has a moderate growth rate and is a long lived tree. It will grow to a height of 3 – 9 ft and thrives in a sunny, sheltered position with well-drained soil. Once established, this fig is tolerant to all but the severest conditions. The root system is fairly shallow and can be spreading. Fruit ripens in February and the White Genoa is known for its’ sweet, juicy flesh. The figs are versatile and can be eaten fresh or dried and made into jams.
Pomegranate seeds can be consumed straight out of hand, or the seeds can be tossed into salads, sprinkled over grain bowls, stirred into yogurt, or used as an edible garnish over soups, roasted meats, and desserts. The seeds can also be blended into smoothies, pureed into salsa, dips, and relishes, or pressed into fresh juice.
Ambrosia pomegranate is a fantastically huge fruit: up to three times the size of Wonderful. Ambrosia is pale pink skin, purple sweet-tart juice, similar to Wonderful. Long-lived, any soil. Inland or coastal climate. Requires 150 chill hours. Self-fruitful.
Large fruit size. A bud mutation of Wonderful. Resembles Wonderful with deeper red blossoms, regular bearing fruit, but it ripens a full month earlier. Fruit is a darker color and less tart than Wonderful. Tree is identical to Wonderful in form/appearance.
The large size red fruit of Parfianka is the best of the best. With small edible seeds it is great for juice or fresh eating. Parfianka consistently receives high ratings for overall flavor, some arguing it is the best tasting pomegranate there is! A vigorous upright plant with high yields.
Medium to large size, medium pink to dark red fruit with medium to large, light-pink edible seeds. Wonderful refreshing light colored juice is non-staining, with a sweet, fruit punch flavor. Plant is vigorous and can be grown as a shrub or tree. Keep at any height by summer pruning. Eat fresh, juice or use in salads. Excellent source of antioxidants.
With its gorgeous orange-red blossoms in the spring and golden yellow foliage in the fall, ‘Wonderful’ offers seasonal interest, as well. This pomegranate is a beautiful addition to the landscape with its colorful fruit and waxy flowers. ‘Wonderful’ is drought resistant, adaptable, and attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. This pomegranate also grows well in containers, making it the perfect addition to your patio garden!
Pluots are the best stone fruit. Peaches? They’re ripe for like 7 hours. Apricots? Too small. Plums? Too delicate. For me the pluot offers all the best features of stone fruit; they’re portable, ripen well, and taste amazing. Plus, their vibrant mottled skins are a visual feast.
Taste test winner. Ranks with Flavor King and Flavor Supreme Pluot® varieties as best-flavored fruit at Dave Wilson Nursery tastings. Creamy white and red fleshed freestone with wonderful plum-apricot flavor. Skin greenish-yellow with red spots, turning to a maroon and yellow dapple. August harvest, requires 400 chill hours. USDA Zones 5-10. Pollenized by Flavor Supreme Pluot®, Flavor King Pluot®, Santa Rosa, Catalina or Burgundy Plum
Flavor Queen has yellow-green skin and amber yellow flesh. Flavor Queen Pluot is a hybrid fruit that is a cross between a plum and an apricot.The fruit is very sweet with a slight apricot flavor and very little tartness. This semi-dwarf tree features green foliage and blooms from early March through early April with beautiful white flowers. Fruit begins ripening in July and trees can produce over 50 lbs of delicious fruit. Requires 400 chill hours. Pollinate with another plout or Santa R
A showstopper at farmers markets,these plouts are delightful when eaten fresh with a plum like flavor with an apricot after taste. Matures late to mid August. Requires 400 chill hours. Pollinate with another plout or Santa Rosa Plum tree.
Citrus fruits are well-known for their signature scent and flavor. But in addition to bringing a tangy taste to dishes and desserts, citrus fruits are also brimming with important vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
The rind is also easily peeled the flesh is either seedless or found with a few cream-colored seeds. Minneola tangelos have a sweet-tart flavor with the tangy, floral acidity of grapefruit mixed with the fragrant, honeyed flavor of tangerines.
Overload of lemons! When life gives you lemons make lemonade and so much more! Meyer lemons, Ponderosa lemons and even Eureka lemons. So many health benefits from one fruit!
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