Did you know March 31st is regarded as “Oranges and Lemons Day” according to the foodie calendar?
As part of March’s CITRUS AWARENESS MONTH at our Garden Centres, we’ve shared info on rare and unusual citrus such as Kaffre Thai Lime / West Indian Lime / Seville Bitter Orange / Bears Lime / Calamondin and a recipe for on Vision Juice. (All informational pamphlets available in-store).
We invite you to CELEBRATE CITRUS WITH US. Visit us in-store to view our selection and to choose your citrus favourite. Pick up a grow guide or ask us for expert horticultural advice to help you get growing citrus today and try one of these 15 bright and beautiful recipes; http://www.onegreenplanet.org/…/bright-beautiful-citrus-re…/
This March we’d like you to CELEBRATE CITRUS with as at our Garden Centres. Citrus is a genus of flowering trees and shrubs in the rue family, Rutaceae. Plants in the genus produce citrus fruits, including important crops like oranges, lemons, grapefruit, pomelo and limes. Attached below is a sneak peek of “The Best Citrus Tree To Grow Indoors”: CALAMONDIN.
To top it all off, March 31st is regarded as “Oranges and Lemons Day” according to the foodie calendar. Visit us in-store to view our citrus selection and to choose your favourite. Pick up a grow guide or any of the free informational pamphlets we have available on the rare and unusual citrus from our Info Desks.
CELEBRATE CITRUS WITH US! Try this recipe for “Vision Juice”, suitable for the whole family or visit us in-store to view our selection and to choose your citrus favourite.
Pick up a Lemon Grow Guide from our Info Desk or leaflets with more information on rare and unusual citrus such as Kaffre Thai Lime, West Indian Lime, Seville Bitter Orange, Bearss Lime and Calamondin Orange.
Expert horticultural advice is always on hand to help you get growing citrus today and start reaping the benefits. Click on the link to read 9 Surprising Health Benefits of Citrus Fruit: http://www.health.com/nutrition/citrus-fruit-health-benefits
Other than Indian Lime, Cape Rough and Eureka Lemons one of 5 most sought after citrus trees amongst restaurants, keen gardeners and chefs are the Thaior Kaffre Lime tree. This lemon tree is unlike any other and having not had stock for over 9 years and been waiting for 3 years to receive our order. Ideal for a container, a trending evergreen gift for apartment, balcony, patio, courtyard or garden stock has finally arrived.
On limited offer promotion in Starke Ayres Garden Centres and ending after the Easter weekend in Both Stores Were: R 301.90 – PROMOTIONAL PRICE: R 225
What makes the citrus clearly identifiable is the foliage or the leaf and the wrinkly fruit. As with all citrus the blossoms are fragrant and the lemon as well as foliage used in cooking. To find out more see our attached information leaflet or pop in to visit us in one of our store.