I enjoy hearing from people.
But due to the volume of messages I receive, please read a few things before sending a message.

First, if you’re wanting to visit my property: you probably don’t want to – the place is overgrown thicket (I’m working on it). Walking around the property is not like a real-life version of scrolling my Instagram. If you want to visit a place where you can stroll among among hundreds of types of tropical fruit trees and eat fruits from them, the place to go is the Fruit and Spice Park.

Second, I don’t ship plant material, so please don’t ask me to send you stuff. That includes cuttings, seeds, scion wood, fruits, etc. I sell plants on site at my nursery, but not by mail.

I am not usually very good with general fruit-growing questions like, “When should I fertilize my citrus trees?” or “What are those black spots on my mango leaves?” For questions like that, it’s best to contact your county extension agent.

Okay, with that out of the way, feel free to give me a holler. The way this contact form works, in addition to typing your message, you enter your email address. I’ll send a response to you by email. (You won’t get put on any mailing lists.) Sometimes over-zealous spam filters catch my replies, so if you don’t hear back from me within a few days, check your spam folder. Sometimes I get behind on responding to email, especially in spring.