Serving San Diego County and nearby areas
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$215.00

This is the classic, eat over-the-sink white peach. That’s where you’d better be when you bite into one, because it’s just so sweet and juicy. Medium size fruit has pale skin with a delicate red blush and ripens early summer, by late June in most areas. That makes 'Babcock' just about the perfect present for June brides, Dads and Grads.

$215.00

Looking for something different? Here it is - the truly fabulous White Genoa fig. Pale green skin over rosy pink flesh and a sweet figgy flavor that can't be beat! This is the tree of mythology, the classics and the artful paintings of the Old Masters. Imagine nearly three months of fresh, flavorful fruit - from mid August until early November. Your giftees will love it!

$215.00

This amazing cross (plum x apricot, bet you knew that!) is the best of the best. Gorgeous early spring blossoms lead to first-of-the-season fruit with a very sweet taste. Juicy yellow fruit is firm like an apricot yet carries the flavor of both fruits. Fabulous choice for a spring baby or early summer wedding or anniversary.

fabulous Double Delight nectarines
$215.00

With flowers as spectacular as these, the sweet, richly flavored fruit seems like an unexpected bonus. Dark red skin with yellow flesh, it truly deserves its reputation as a fabulous “Edible Ornamental.” Double Delight is a freestone yellow nectarine that is ready to pick by mid-July. A delicious way to celebrate a very special occasion.

juicy Panamint nectarines
$215.00

For summer gifts, here's an excellent tree. Heavy bearing Panamint is a medium size fruit with bright red skin and yellow flesh, so sweet and juicy! It’s the nectarine of choice for coastal gardeners and a long-time favorite of San Diego’s own great garden writer, Pat Welsh. No higher praise than that! Harvest in early-to-mid July.

Red Baron peach tree flowers
$215.00

Nothing short of spectacular, this peach offers a blaze of gorgeous double, deep rose colored blossoms. That’s followed by fine-flavored yellow freestone fruit that ripens over a four week period in July and early August. That’s four weeks of amazing fresh backyard peaches. Year after year!