Mountain rose peaches

      Welcome to
     Penryn Orchard Specialties

                a small orchard with uncommonly good fruit

 

  Buy our fruit

 

Fruit we can ship to you

SATSUMA MANDARINS
Seedless, juicy, and easy to peel, Owari Satsuma Mandarins will delight
young and old with their classic sweetness and bright flavor.

About 8 pounds, shipped anywhere in the United States via USPS Priority Mail

Only $36



ALGERIAN CLEMENTINES

Incredibly aromatic, juicy, and sweet, a bowl of Algerian Clementines will scent an entire room.
These fruit have a few seeds.

About 8 pounds, shipped anywhere in the United States via USPS Priority Mail

Only $36

ARKANSAS BLACK APPLES

A rare antique apple with great crunchy texture, sweet tart flavor, juicy, relative of Winesap

About 6 pounds, shipped anywhere in the lower 48 United States via UPS

Only $40

FRESH FUYU PERSIMMONS

Squat shaped, best eaten firm.
Delicious in salads, salsas, sandwiches, or just out of hand like an apple.

20 larger to 32 smaller fruits , about 10 pounds, 2 layers, shipped anywhere in the lower 48 United States via UPS

Only $60

 

FRESH HACHIYA PERSIMMONS

Incredibly sweet, eat only when fully soft.

10 larger to 16 smaller fruits , about 7 pounds, shipped anywhere in the lower 48 United States via UPS

Only $60

HOSHIGAKI
The 2017 HoshiGaki vintage is sold out. The Hachiya trees set almost no fruit this season.
The limited 2018 vintage should be available around the New Year. Please check back then.

Click Here First for Details

BARTLETT PEARS

Sold Out until August 2019
17 pears, about 5 pounds, shipped to you via UPS 3 Day Select, $42.50.
34 pears, about 10 pounds, $68.50.
To ensure reliable quality, fresh fruit is shipped weekly on Mondays only.

SANTA MONICA FARMERS MARKET

We proudly sell our fruit at the Wednesday Santa Monica Farmers Market
in season. You will find our stand on the North side of Arizona Avenue
just below the Third Street Promenade, in front of restaurant Lago.
Click to see what else we grow

return to top

Home What we Grow Buy our Fruit Buy Hoshigaki Buy preserves About us Orchard History Growing Practices

Recipes

Farm Journal Contact Us