Their fruit is tree-ripened and picked only when its skin has turned a beautiful orange color—for the freshest, sweetest taste possible.
Their family-owned and operated grove grows mandarins in the hills of Placer County, California. It’s an ideal climate for cultivating these flavorful, seedless beauties. Here, their fruit is tree-ripened and picked only when its skin has turned a beautiful orange color—for the freshest, sweetest taste possible.
- Hours The season typically runs mid-November through early February. Open daily during the season, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.
- Address 6609 English Colony Way, Penryn, CA 95663
- Phone 916-765-3264
- Website Miller's Citrus Grove
- Best Feature They grow two seedless, easy-to-peel mandarin varieties, both bursting with flavor and Vitamin C for a delicious, healthy treat.
- Mandarin Oranges
Their large packing shed is located conveniently on the corner of English Colony Way and Butler Road in Penryn just a short drive off of Interstate 80.
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