16750 S Highway 25, Weirsdale, FL 32195
In 1882 William Wallace Reed our Great Great Grandfather began growing citrus on the west side of Lake Weir. We haven't moved very far, today we live within 5 miles of those original groves. Today we grow a wide variety of citrus including Navel oranges, Satsuma mandarins, Fallglo tantangelos, Sunburst Tangerines, Seville Sour Oranges, Orlando Tangelos, and Valencia oranges.
TollFree: (877) 248-2575
Visit our old barn in Weirsdale. The original building was part of the planned housing for the cross-state barge canal which was going to be built in the 1940's, The building was never used for housing and was later moved to Weirsdale and used for an auto garage. In the 1960's Mealy W. Reed Sr. bought the property and added about 8,000 square feet for citrus packing equipment and storage. Today we still pick in the old barn and run a retail store in the front.
Parking: Free, Valet
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
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