|Viviano pretends to eat a pink peach blossom.|
Tree planting and pruning are finished now, so we've been doing other work before the busy season begins. We're starting to prepare the vegetable gardens for next month's planting. Tosh and others have had time to work on remodeling the fruit stand building to finish up the hoshigaki drying room and to improve access to the public restroom.
At the fruit stand we have navel and blood oranges, grapefruit, Eureka lemons, local honey, eggs and hoshigaki (hand-dried persimmon). You can also still order hoshigaki through mail order if you follow the link to the order form here on our web page.