Citrus Tree Farms
Terry Diefenbacher, the founder of The Citrus Tree Fresh Produce Market, grew up on a local farm in Colerain Township, Ohio, retailing their fresh local produce to customers in Butler and Hamilton Counties.
Terry and his son Jacob continue the legacy of growing the best fresh homegrown produce for the Cincinnati and Tri-State area. In 2016, Terry and Jacob decided it was time to start a unique new market that not only had the best produce they could offer, but serve quality meals with the produce. Thus, The Citrus Tree Market and Grill was born. With the produce market complete, Terry and Jacob hope to have the full fledged grill portion of the business completed soon!
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What People are Saying
What People are Saying
“Love buying produce here! They are so friendly and they carry my bags to my car! The produce is local and yummy!”
“I’ll be back!”
“Finally got a chance to pull over and shop here. Man oh man, it was worth every penny. I bought a watermelon and peaches; it was the best fruit I had in years. They are so friendly and carried our watermelons to the car. I loved it. I plan on going back soon.”
“A Garden of Eden. The tomatoes, peaches, and watermelons were as good as those that came from my grandma’s garden. So very worth it!”
Corn, melons and cantaloupe! I Love the grapes and white peaches. They have the Best Customer Service.
Home grown produce has major health benefits for your body and wallet. Check out some of our articles that talk more about these benefits.
Autumn is right around the corner (Sept 22) and we have quite the seasonal line-up at The Citrus Tree Market! Stop by and check out our sweet corn, butternut squash, concord grapes, crisp apples, apple cider, pumpkins, and garden mums. I can practically hear the...
Homegrown tomatoes are back at The Citrus Tree Market! Did You Know? Solanum lycopersicum originated in the Andes Mountains of South America, most likely Peru and Ecuador. They are thought to have been domesticated in pre-Columbian Mexico. The name "tomato" is derived...
Cucumis sativus (the garden cucumber) is thought to have been in cultivation for at least 3000 years. They originated in India and were most likely introduced to Europe by the Greeks or Romans. Cucumbers were reportedly used by the Romans as treatment for scorpion...
Healthy Eating and Recipes
Home grown produce has amazing health benifits. Check out these benifits and our recipes for ways to eat healthier.