The tropical fruit season is in full swing now and we are moving through the summer time crops. Lychees have ended, the early mango crop is underway, and sapodillas are slowing down, but there are many crops still to enjoy!See what’s ‘Ripe for the Pickin’ now and for these next few weeks!
The Florida avocado season is underway with many varieties to last all avocado lovers until early next year. Florida avocados are lower in fat content, are larger than the grocery store avocados, and these Florida fruits have a luscious flavor that is perfect for salads, sandwiches and guacamole. Florida avocados ship very well,
Florida bananas are so much better than the grocery store bananas. Ours bananas are moist, have a delicate texture, and have hints of strawberries and citrus and other subtle flavors. Our growers also raise plantains, which have a lower sugar content than the dessert bananas, and they make wonderful tostones and fried plantanos.
The fruits of this cactus are ripe and are ready to ship to you. They will continue ripening throughout the summer until mid-Fall. If you have never tried one of these fruits, TRY ONE – you will be amazed at the sweet, delicate flavor they possess.
The main crop is on the trees and is ready to be sent to your door. Florida papayas grow all year, although the summer months are when they are most plentiful. Contact our grower to see if their papayas are,…
The second starfruit crop of the year is just getting started and will continue into September. These lightly sweet fruits are crisp, juicy and perfect for dessert, stir-fry’s, salad, and eating out of hand.