Blogs

Granny Smith - Green Apple
Granny Smith apples were discovered in Australia in 1868 by Maria Ann (Granny) Smith, an British-Australian orchardist, from a chance seedling that had sprung near a creek
NZ Queen Apple
Gala - Famous bi-coloured apple
Royal Gala is certainly one of the most successful varieties to ever come out of New Zealand.
Farm to Fork: Pears
If you were a pear, where would you want to grow? Our multi-generational pear growers know the answer to that is a river valley,
Questions about Cherry
Green stems, color of the fruit and firmness are all things you should look for when selecting cherries.
Farm to Fork: Cherries
Our cherry season begins in California, where warmer temperatures and lower latitudes bring ripen cherries earlier than other growing places. We grow dark-sweet and Rainier cherries in California’s flat lands across several counties and predominantly in Brentwood, Stockton, and the River/Delta region.
Do apples have fiber
Fiber. We’ve all heard about it. We know it’s good for us. We also know we probably aren’t getting enough in our diet each day.
Charm of Apples
Saying that apple is the most famous fruit on the planet isn’t an exaggeration. From the biggest technology group to the physic laws influence everything in our life, they carry the symbol of an apple.
Grapes Cultivation and Harvest
You want to plant grapes for shade or for wine? Or you want some delicious seedless grapes for eating?
Background of Grapes
Do you know that the cultivation of the domesticated grape began 6,000–8,000 years ago in the Near East.