Meyer Lemon of California's Central Coast

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The Meyer Lemon, first brought to the US from China in 1908, is thought to be a cross between a true lemon and a mandarin orange. The Meyer tree is small, reaching 6 to 8 feet at maturity. It flowers intermittently throughout the year, but the main season of fruit production is the spring. The lemon is a medium sized, round fruit that has a beautiful golden yellow color. The edible skin is shiny, and smooth with small pores. The rind of the Meyer is thin, and the fruit very juicy, and less acidic than that of true lemons.

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Rolling Hills Herbs & Annuals

  Redlands, CA

We are urban growers, located off Ford & Highland in the city of Redlands, California on Rolling Hills Rd. (more...)


Rio Gozo Farm CSA

  Ojai, CA

Rio Gozo Farm CSA provides high quality organic produce to community members within the Ventura watershed. We grow herbs, flowers, and vegetables for our subscription farming program and a select few restaurants in Ventura, Ojai, and Los Angeles. (more...)


Rancho Shiraz Organic Farm

  Bonsall, CA

Nestled in the serene rolling hills of Bonsall, in North County San Diego, Rancho Shiraz has been certified organic (CCOF) for 12+ years. Our family believes that the best way to supply our customers with delicious, nutrient dense produce is to build healthy soil and work with the creative patterns of Nature as much as possible. (more...)


Rainbow Lane CSA

  Atwater, CA

At Rainbow Lane CSA we grew up working with the land. My husband grew up in almond orchard in Livingston while I grew up on a dairy in Petaluma, it is in our blood and it goes many generations back! We love to provide friends, family and hopefully you wonderfully grown pesticide free produce. (more...)


Quail Hollow Farm

  Overton, NV    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Our farm is located in the beautiful Moapa Valley of Southern Nevada overlooking the scenic Valley of Fire and Red Rocks. We are about 50 miles north of Las Vegas nestled in a small agricultural community just 10 miles from the north end of Lake Mead. (more...)