For over 90 years the Jacinto Family has been growing citrus in the Redlands/Crafton area. Early generations farmed citrus in the 1920’s passing on the love of farming to future generations. Jacinto Farms has grown to include not only citrus, but avocados, other fruits, and a vast variety of vegetables.
Jacinto Farms has recently expanded to include a variety of landscape trees. Larry Jacinto became interested in the conservation of trees on one of his grove properties approximately ten years ago. At this time, good friend Jim Borer, with 40 years of horticultural experience, assisted Larry in the techniques of boxing and relocating trees. Larry developed his nursery as he bought small blocks of trees in small container sizes. He also began field boxing coast live oak trees that had volunteered in his citrus groves.
Jacinto Farms Trees is now offering a variety of landscape trees. At this time, the inventory is limited principally to specimen size coast live and cork oaks, California and European sycamores, and Ficus r. ‘Florida’. There are also some blue and Mediterranean fan palms in 36” and 48” boxes. All specimens are of the highest quality. Larry and Jim will be working together to coordinate sales as they have collaborated together to manage production and care of the nursery trees.
JACINTO FARMS FRUIT STANDS
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