• bigney with fruit blooming
  • Beta Fruit blooming
  • Hot Passion Jelly front page
  • taste of the tropics front page
  • Greenhouse pic 1
  • Bl sapote fruit slide for rok
  • Mango Plate 002
  • Jambolan Fruit Cluster blooming
  • cactus flower
  • bigney with fruit blooming
  • Beta Fruit blooming
  • Hot Passion Jelly front page
  • taste of the tropics front page
  • Greenhouse pic 1
  • Bl sapote fruit slide for rok
  • Mango Plate 002
  • Jambolan Fruit Cluster blooming
  • cactus flower

Welcome to the exciting world of exotic fruit growing!

Rivers End Nursery and Farm has developed over the last 18 years from a vision of enjoying delicious tropical fruits from around the world and introducing these trees and fruits to interested folks in subtropical/tropical locations.

We also offer bamboo, flowering trees, palms, landscape specimens, natural plant and soil amendments to enhance your landscape.

 

What's Blooming!

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SPRING in South Texas is nearly over - mangos are blooming, the citrus smells delicious, and the sugar apples are startiing the flush out with new growth. If you are going to getting your planting done in the spring - you had better hurry. 

And of course you should be feeding all of your plants - flowers and bearing alike to make sure they have plenty of nutrition to prepare for the long hot summer ahead of us.  We have a variety of products available to fit the nutritional needs of your particular plants.Many of your fruiting trees need to N-P-K and Mg now but not the Sugar Apples.  And with our alkaline soils, most of the trees also need a foliar nutrient spray with things like Mn Zn and iron.  Chelated soil drenches of iron are also good at this time.  As always, be on the look out for pests and diseases.

It is nearly Miracle Fruit Party time again.  April 9 is the date of this culinary adventure.  Chef Courtney Callaway will be heading the food selections and preparations for this evening of experiencing the amazing effects of the Miracle Fruit Berry.  Be sure to get your tickets right away.  This is a limited attendance event and tickets sales close on Monday, April 4.

The MANGO FIESTIVAL date has been decide - July 16, so make sure you mark it on your calender now.

We have been harvesting some lovely Black Sapote this year along with the exceptional Sapodillas.  You can find our fruit at several of the Valley's Farmers Markets including Brownsvile and South Padre Island with Franne and the McAllen GrowNGrowers Market with Seth.

 And a reminder about your citrus trees —regular spraying for the Asian Citrus Pysllid in absolutely mandatory—please make sure you do so at once.  It is the responsibility of every person who has a citrus tree on their property—both homeowners and commercial growers to do their part to try to protect our beautiful, fragrant and delicious fruit bearing citrus of all varieties from the deadly and incurable Citrus Greening Disease.  

 

 

Please Note

Because Tropical and Subtropical Fruit trees require conditions that are sometimes not typical in our region or yours, we cannot be responsible for our plants once they leave the nursery.

*Currently we do not ship plants or fruit to California.

*Items over 3 gallons are sold for pick-up only. They will not be shipped.

Operating Hours

The Nursery is closed during the month of January.  Friday, February 12 marks the opening of our season for 2016.

We are open every Friday & Saturday hours (10 AM to 5 PM).  Appointments can be arranged for other times for purchasing both plants and fruit.

Our produce is available at the Brownsville Farmers Market at Linear Park on Saturday and the South Padre Island Farmers Market on Sundays with Frannie.  In McAllen it is available at the Market at Fireman's Park with Seth of Oleander Nursery on Saturday mornings.

 

Contact Hours

Monday thru Saturday 9:30 AM to 4 PM

If you reach our Voice Mail, please make sure you leave us your name and phone number.

27510 Ted Hunt Rd. Bayview, Texas  
Ph. 956-233-4792 

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