Florida Oranges are Ripe Late November to Early January
Five generations of Grahams have worked in the orange groves on our family farm over the past 100 years.
We would be honored to have you come out and enjoy a day on our farm. Fall temperatures are perfect to pack a picnic lunch and spread a blanket out on the grass or sit at our rustic farm tables. Fruit is typically ripe from mid November to early January. Follow us on Facebook for the most up to date information, or you can call/text 352-636-3821. Even if we are not posted open on Facebook, you are more welcome to come out and pick. Just give us holler and we will meet you in the grove.
We grow Honey Bells, Red Navels and Sugar Bells.
The Florida Peach is Ripe in Early May
What began as a family farm growing Florida Citrus has grown into a popular Central Florida Destination. We are continually researching new and exciting crops, one of our most popular is the Florida Peach. We planted a small section of peaches in 2014, in 2016 we opened our orchard up as a U-Pick. We have had pickers visiting our farm from far and wide including: Miami, Naples, Tampa, Orlando, Georgia, California and even Germany just to name a few.
Our initial crop was the UFOne. It is a large firm peach with fabulous flavor that is ripe the first two weeks of May. In 2020 we are picking a new variety called the UFBest and Florida Glow.
Our favorite part of the farm is meeting you!