Healthy Eating

 

Home grown produce has major health benefits for your body and wallet. Check out some of our articles that talk more about these benefits.

 

It’s Fall Y’all!

It’s Fall Y’all!

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!

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...

Cool as a Cucumber

Cool as a Cucumber

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...

Pass the Watermelon!

Pass the Watermelon!

Watermelon is one of the hallmarks of the summer season. It's the leading melon in the United States and every part of the fruit can be eaten - even the rind! (though you will want to pickle or juice it first). Over 90 percent of the watermelon is made up of water,...

See You at Spargelfest!

See You at Spargelfest!

We're betting you didn't know that there's an entire region in Germany - known as the Asparagus Triangle - where vegetable enthusiasts converge to buy, eat, and celebrate the esteemed asparagus. The town of Schwetzingen considers itself the "asparagus capital of the...

A Closer Look at GMO and Hybridization

A Closer Look at GMO and Hybridization

Welcome back to The Citrus Tree! We are excited to start the 2020 season. We've decided to open this season's blog by tackling the misconception surrounding GMO and hybridization. What is Hybridization? Hybridization is the process of cross-pollinating two plants of...

Tomato: Fruit or Vegetable?

Tomato: Fruit or Vegetable?

Homegrown tomatoes are finally back at The Citrus Tree Market! Grown locally at The Citrus Tree Farm, we'll have beautiful Big Beef, Empire, Yellow and Roma varieties available until the end October. Did You Know? Solanum lycopersicum originated in South and Central...

How Peachy!

How Peachy!

Our fresh Georgia peaches are here! You can purchase them at The Citrus Tree market singularly or by the half-bushel box. At The Citrus Tree Market During the month of July, you can order a box of Georgia peaches. They are $35 per box. Each box is 25lbs. We require a...

Sweet Corn

Sweet Corn

Fresh homegrown sweet corn in Cincinnati, Ohio is from July-September. Purchase your fresh homegrown sweet corn at the Citrus Tree Market in Cincinnati, Ohio.

It’s Fall Y’all!

It’s Fall Y’all!

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!

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...

Cool as a Cucumber

Cool as a Cucumber

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...

Pass the Watermelon!

Pass the Watermelon!

Watermelon is one of the hallmarks of the summer season. It's the leading melon in the United States and every part of the fruit can be eaten - even the rind! (though you will want to pickle or juice it first). Over 90 percent of the watermelon is made up of water,...

See You at Spargelfest!

See You at Spargelfest!

We're betting you didn't know that there's an entire region in Germany - known as the Asparagus Triangle - where vegetable enthusiasts converge to buy, eat, and celebrate the esteemed asparagus. The town of Schwetzingen considers itself the "asparagus capital of the...

A Closer Look at GMO and Hybridization

A Closer Look at GMO and Hybridization

Welcome back to The Citrus Tree! We are excited to start the 2020 season. We've decided to open this season's blog by tackling the misconception surrounding GMO and hybridization. What is Hybridization? Hybridization is the process of cross-pollinating two plants of...

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