The Honeybell’s name comes from its flavor, form, and family tree. Its nectarous taste and unique bell shape give it its first name, while its ancestors -- the tangerine and pomelo (A.K.A. grapefruit) merge to form its last. More specifically, the Honeybell descends from the Dancy tangerine and the Duncan grapefruit. The result is an incredibly easy-to-peel fruit with savory sweetness. Like all good things, however, the Honeybell season comes to an end -- and quickly. Available in January only, so order now!
Available in January only
The road to stardom can be paved with adversity. Such was the case where our Star grapefruit was concerned. It took a few freezes in more northern parts of the state for farmers to realize how ideal the Indian River district is for growing outstanding grapefruit. Here, Gulf Stream breezes, sunshine, natural shelter, and a root system tapping nutrient-rich coquina limestone come together to produce lush, thin-skinned fruit that's ready for center stage. Let your show begin!