Citrus Availability Calendar
Please note: every citrus growing season is unique. The months of
availability are approximate and can/will vary depending on weather
conditions. For a better estimate of the variety of citrus you are
interested in please contact us at 1-888-667-2643.
Bergamot Orange --- January thru February
Blood Oranges --- January thru April
Buddha Hand Citron --- September thru February
Calamondins --- Most of the Year
Cara Cara Navels --- December thru April
Centennialquats --- January thru May
Etrog Citrus --- September thru March
Finger Limes --- Most of the Year
Fukushu Kumquats --- December thru March
Grapefruit Star Ruby --- April thru July
Grapefruit Marsh Ruby --- August thru September
Kaffir Limes --- September thru December
Lemons "regular" --- Most of the Year
Lemons Meyer --- Most of the Year
Lemons Varigated Pink --- Most of the Year
Limequats --- January thru May
Mandarins --- December thru May
Mandarinquats --- January thru March
Minneola Tangelo ("Honeybell") --- January thru April
Navel Oranges --- Mid November thru May
Oro Blancos --- November thru March
Pomelos --- Mid November thru April
Valencia Oranges --- May thru October
Yuzus --- September thru February
Pearson Ranch grows, packs and ships the very best California Navel Oranges and California Valencia Oranges, and Specialty Citrus, in the world. Sweet and juicy navel oranges and valencia oranges are just a click away from Pearson Ranch, California. Custom or Special and Corporate Orders are Always welcome. And never forget, Everything Pearson Ranch sells comes with a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee!
Wholesale discounts are available on most items. Some restrictions may apply. Call for details.
CUSTOMER SERVICE HOURS: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-5:00PM Pacific/California Time
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"Agriculture is our wisest pursuit, because it will in the end contribute most to real wealth, good morals, and happiness."
- Letter from Thomas Jefferson to George Washington (1787)