Florida Honeybells

The Honeybell is a premium eating-orange, with sweet honey flavor and very easy to peel with so much juice they say you need to sit in a bathtub to eat them!

JANUARY

The unique Honeybell!

Many citrus lovers have never heard of a Honeybell before. If you’ve never tried a Honeybell you’re missing out on one of the most unique varieties of citrus around! This variety is a Minneola Tangelo, nicknamed “Honeybells” in Florida because of their honey-sweet flavor and unique bell shape. They are a cross between a super sweet Duncan grapefruit and a Dancy tangerine.

Coming this January!

We all need a little more sunshine in the dead of winter, and Honeybells come to the rescue. For a short time in January Honeybells begin to be harvested. We’ll be offering Honeybells through our Online Store.

Coming Soon:

Oregon Pears

OCTOBER

In our “Winter Mix” of pears you’ll find delicious varieties that are seldom grown in large scale: Taylor’s Gold, Warren, and Comice. And even with varieties you might recognize, you’ll taste the amazing difference when our pears are allowed to mature on the tree and are harvested at their peak.

Wisconsin Honeycrisp Apples

OCTOBER

Nothing tops the sweet tang of a Honeycrisp apple!

Wisconsin Raw Honey

NOVEMBER

Our honey is 100% raw, unpasteurized, and ungraded. It’s the closest thing you will find to eating directly from the hive.

New Mexico Pistachios

OCTOBER

We were stunned by how delicious these are, as well as their vibrant green avocado-esque color!