Store and Deli are now open 10-3 Tuesday - Saturday
Arts & Craft Fair - Saturday, June 27 !!
Grove tours 11am & 1pm Thursday - Saturday Play area open 10- 3 Thursday - Saturday
Note: due to COVID-19 above schedules are temporarily in place
Fruit shipping resumes in mid-Nov when the new crop ripens.
We are STILL shipping Frozen Juice, Wine & Fudge, Jams & Jellies & more.
Now Available - fresh locally farmed Clams & Oysters from Two Docks Shellfish
Place order with Two Docks by Thursday 9AM - Available for local pickup only on Friday or Saturday
Gift Fruit Questions
I have fruit with green on the skin – is it ripe?
The peel of Florida oranges range in color from orange, or yellow-orange, to greenish yellow. The bright orange color so frequently associated with maturity, actually results from cooler night temperatures. Color is not an indication of ripeness. Florida oranges have thinner skins and may be yellow-green in color, but are sweet and juicy. They can actually turn orange and then back to green depending on temperatures. Ripe, juicy oranges feel firm and heavy, with skin texture ranging from smooth to pebbly.