Embracing Innovations for a Juicy Future

Embracing Innovations for a Juicy Future—Top Trends in Citrus Growing

In an era where change is the only constant, the citrus industry is embracing cutting-edge trends to ensure a fruitful future. From high-density growing techniques to innovative protective measures against diseases like citrus greening, farmers are revolutionizing the way we grow citrus trees. Whether you’re a citrus enthusiast or simply curious about the future of… Read more »

Pear Tart Recipe

Fresh Pear Tart Recipe

Fall is coming, which means it’s almost time to harvest fresh pears from your Yarden tree! Got more than you can use? There’s no better, easier, or yummier way to use up excess pears than this simple tart recipe! The sweet, buttery topping sinks into the cooked pears for a delectable sauce that makes this… Read more »

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Everything You Need to Know About Arbequina Olive Trees

If the bland, black discs dotting your pizza and the jarred, pre-stuffed green morsels make up the whole of your experience with olives, you’re missing out. But fresh olives can be hard to find in local grocery stores. A staple of Mediterranean cuisine for centuries, olives have long been added to a variety of dishes… Read more »

Olive and tomato bruschetta recipe

Olive and Tomato Bruschetta Recipe

Looking for a tasty, simple, yet impressive-looking appetizer to serve your guests? This colorful “salad” is sure to make an impression! Use black or green olives or a combination of both for greater visual appeal and choose medium-sized tomatoes that are fully ripe yet firm. The fresh ingredients, toasty bread and colorful appearance make this… Read more »

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How to Care for Apple and Pear Trees so They Produce More Fruit

Whether you want to properly care for a newly planted fruit tree so it provides lots of fruit, need help with planning what kind of fruit to get and where to plant it so it produces, or want to help existing fruit trees that have fallen off in fruit production, these tips can help you.

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Meyer Lemon vs. Regular Lemon: What’s the Difference?

They show up in the produce section (if they show up at all) during the winter months at about the same time the Key Limes do – diminutive, yolk-gold lemons with a round shape and a fragrant peel. They’re Meyer Lemons, and they look pretty, they smell pretty…but what are Meyer Lemons? And how are… Read more »

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From Yarden to Table – Fresh Squeezed Lemonade Recipe

Need something fresh to beat the summer heat? Now you can enjoy fresh, squeezed lemonade, hand-picked from your very own Yarden! Just Pick your lemons, squeeze, add sugar and mix, and send yourself to an island of freshness. Ingredients: • Around 9 Lemons from your Lemon Tree• 1 cup Water• 1 ¾ cups white sugar•… Read more »

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How to Grow and Care for a Mango Tree

Mangos are a sweet and delicious tropical stone fruit that was uncommon in North America due to the difficulty in importing it, but nowadays new varieties of mango trees are grown in the southern United States, making the summer fruit much more accessible. Mangifera Indica originated in the tropical climate of southeast Asia, but if… Read more »

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Can Mango Skins Be Eaten?

In the United States, summer is the time to enjoy the sweet-tart, juicy flesh of fresh mango. Popular the world over, mangos are incredibly delicious eaten fresh or when adding tropical flavor to a wide variety of sweet and savory recipes (such as smoothies, salads and salsas. They’re also very nutritious: mangos are a great… Read more »

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How to Grow Olive Trees Indoors

Ever thought of growing an olive tree? Native to the Mediterranean, olive trees prefer warmer outdoor climates and are sensitive to freezing temperatures, but if you live in a climate that’s not congenial to their needs you can grow them indoors. Indoor trees make wonderful, ornamental houseplants, and as long as you have enough light… Read more »

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Easy Olive Spread (Tapenade) Recipe

So easy to make, this flavorful spread is an elegant hors d’oeuvre atop toasted baguette or pita wedges, and a wonderful accompaniment for roast meats. You can also use it as a sandwich spread or in a pasta salad. Use any high-quality olives you like in the recipe. Ingredients: 1 ½ c. olives, pitted ¼… Read more »

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Lemon Icing Glaze Recipe

If you love lemon flavor, this bright and silky glaze is for you. Try it over pound cake, blueberry scones, sweetbreads, cakes, cookies, muffins, doughnuts, or any baked treat where you’d like to add some zing! This recipe takes advantage of the whole lemon by using both the zest and juice to intensify the citrusy… Read more »

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What Type of Avocado Tree Should I Buy?

It may not look as appetizing as other popular fruits like oranges and pears, but the avocado fruit can hold a candle against any other superfruit when it comes to taste, nutrient content, and health benefits. Avocados, aptly called “alligator pears” because of their shape and rough green skin, contain more than twenty vitamins and… Read more »

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Shocking Benefits of Houseplants

Houseplants have stealthily infiltrated many of our homes, occupying every nook and cranny with their lush, green presence. But did you know these unassuming leafy companions hold an array of astounding benefits? From purifying the air and boosting productivity to reducing stress and even enhancing the aesthetic appeal of your home, indoor plants are more… Read more »

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Are Coffee Grounds Good for Lemon Trees?

If you’re a big coffee drinker, you’re probably used to throwing out your coffee grounds after you use them. However, consider putting those coffee grounds to use by turning them into fertilizer for your plants. Keep your used coffee grounds from ending up as trash and use them to help grow healthy and strong plants,… Read more »