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Citrus Heights Flower Shops
7601 Sunrise Blvd Ste 6
Citrus Heights, CA 95610
Citrus Heights CA News
Feb 2, 2016
Growing citrus in Sacramento County
Sacramento County that I am aware of,” Strutz said proudly.
Sacramento used to be a hotbed for citrus; that’s how Orangevale and Citrus Heights got their names. But the annual threat of killer frost wiped out most commercial orchards in the greater Sacramento area. Clustered in the Sierra foothills, only mandarin growers remain.
Strutz knew he was taking risks with citrus. Before starting his ranch in 2009, he was a longtime horticultural adviser to large nursery growers.
After planting his first trees in 2010, Strutz now has more than a thousand in the ground and is finally harvesting a viable crop.
“We primarily grow mandarins,” he said. “The Owari Satsumas have done the best.”
Strutz also grows extra-early Okitsu Ease mandarins, which ripen in November. On the other end, Gold Nuggets ripen in February. In between are four Clementine hybrids: Tahoe Gold, Shasta Gold, Yosemite Gold and Tango. Also in his citrus orchard are Meyer and Lisbon lemons, blood oranges, Cara Cara oranges, Oro Blanco grapefruit, Chandler pomelo, Key limes, kumquats and the oddball Buddha’s hand.
In winter, frost is constantly on his mind. Limes are the least frost resistant; they’re tender at 28 degrees. Orange trees are OK down to 25 degrees. Satsuma mandarins, the most frost-tolerant of these citrus crops, are cold-hardy to 18 degrees.
“We cover the Meyer lemons, limes and Buddha’s hand with Agribon floating row covers for frost protection, so we have a very nice, early and heavy crop of lemons,” he said.
Frost damage can be seen on many of his unprotected trees, a reminder of a few nights below 20 degrees two years ago.
“Once the trees grow enough mass, they can protect their core,” he added. “But you really have to protect young trees.”
Strutz planted his lime trees along the walls of his home on the ranch property for extra protection.
Chilly nights below freezing still can “burn” leaves and outer branches, dwarfing the tree’s overall size. The foliage turns brown and crisp as moisture is pulled out of the leaves. That “burnt” foliage serves to insulate the tree and keep it alive.
“They develop these huge trunks, but the trees stay short and bushy,” Strutz said next to a full-size mandarin tree under 6 feet tall. “It makes them easier to pick.”
Under normal conditions, a mature orange tree can reach... (Sacramento Bee)Jan 8, 2016
Bee Book Club lines up its '16 authors
Hills will appear for his new “Sigma Force” series novel, “Bone Labyrinth,” Monday, Dec. 14at 7 p.m. at Barnes & Noble, 6111 Sunrise Blvd., Citrus Heights (William Morrow, $28, 471 pages). The event is a Barnes & Noble literacy-awareness fundraiser for the Folsom-Cordova Unified School District.
(Sacramento Bee)Dec 30, 2015
Fisk, Edna Mae
Edna is survived by Harold, her husband of 65 years; her children, Denise Ispas, Rocklin, CA, Cindy Small (Michael) Citrus Heights, CA, and Sheryl Aldridge (John), Bruce Fisk (Jodie) and Janice Horton (Rich), all of Rapid City; nine grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a sister, Gloria Brewster of San Diego, CA; and numerous nieces & nephews.
Edna was preceded in death by her daughter, Kathy Morris (Mitch), Rapid City; step granddaughter, Kalli Morris, Colorado Springs, CO; her parents; two brothers, Alton and Roy Nanson; and sisters, Mabel Nanson and Doris (Nanson) Gunderson.
Visitation will be from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3, at Kirk Funeral Home.
A Celebration of Edna’s life will be at 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 4, at Faith Lutheran Church, followed by burial at 2 p.m. at Black Hills National Cemetery near Sturgis.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established.
Family and friends may sign Edna’s online guestbook at kirkfuneralhome.com.
(Rapid City Journal)Jul 6, 2015
Local Sacramento Florist Taking on National Florist Delivery Services
Sacramento. They also deliver daily to Carmichael, Citrus Heights, Fair Oaks, Orangevale, Roseville, and North Highlands. Customers can choose any occasion from birthdays and anniversaries to funerals and weddings, that's right - you could decide on flowers in the morning and have them delivered that afternoon or evening. Last minute Sacramento flower delivery demands are no concern to Madison Avenue Florist; in fact, they thrive on time sensitive challenges.Open weekdays from 8:30 am to 7 pm and weekends 9 to 5, Madison Avenue Florist also sends out late deliveries to local hospitals such as Mercy, Sutter and Kaiser as part of their same-day and late delivery service. And while most national flower delivery services are closed on the weekends, Madison Avenue Florist stays open seven days a week to insure their customers are satisfied. All of this adds up to customers receiving premiere products and service while national florist services struggle to make customers happy.Remember that sending flowers is a great way to show you care even if it isn't Mother's Day or Valentine's Day and when you do your search for flower delivery Sacramento, choose a local florist. Madison Avenue florist would appreciate being your first choice for florist Sacramento.Media ContactTom HargrovePresidentMadison Avenue Florist4900 Madison AveSacramento, CA 95841United States(916) firstname.lastname@example.org://www.madisonavenueflorist.net/
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