Large and seedless - Big beautiful navels kick off the orange season with an explosion of
sweet juicy flavor.
$22 -2/5 bu.
(Honeybells) (January) (Some
Nicknamed "Honeybell" - this inspired hybrid cross between a tangerine and
grapefruit is sweet and juicy with a unique tangy taste all its own.
$28- 2/5 bu.
(February and March) (Has
Rich deep color and a taste to match, the easy to peel Temples are a favorite with citrus
$19- 2/5 bu.
The refreshing sweet taste of this all-season citrus is matched only by the vitamins
tucked away under its rosy skin. As healthy as it is delicious - a wonder for the
$18- 2/5 bu.
ELLIOTT PECANS $13-1lb Bag
We are excited about
offering the GEORGIA ELLIOTT PECAN in November and December.
These are this seasonís, freshly
harvested pecans-not from storage. Delicious,
nutritious Elliott pecan halves are prized by seasoned chefs
and fanatic foodies for their robust sweet flavor, high oil
content and delectable crunch. The small, oval shaped nut is
a rare specialty pecan due to its sporadic yield and the
fact that only select growers choose to harvest them.
Because of their stocky little size, Elliotts don't
require chopping when adding to many flavorful pecan
recipes. So feel free to use whole Elliott halves in
cookies, muffins, salads and pies.
* Fruit is considered seedless if it has approximately 6-8 seeds.