Stages of our construction


Citrus fruit trees are pruned in the winter, immediately after harvesting. As citrus fruit trees are evergreen, they tend to produce a lot of foliage. If they are not pruned carefully by expert hands every year, the risk is that the trees will have fewer flowering buds, therefore produce less fruit and of a lower quality.

Land Preparation

The different stages of preparation:



The trees bloom in spring and produce white flowers, known as Fiori di Zagara, which have an intense yet delicate smell.


Pollination happens thanks to the bees, who play a fundamental role in this stage. Every year, these prodigious insects fly from flower to flower and produce unique honey.


Irrigation, after pruning and flowering, is the stage that has the most important impact on the way fruit grows, as it defines the final product.


Different types of citrus fruit are harvested at different times. For example, the harvesting of seedless clementines starts in the first week in November. The harvesting is done by qualified staff, who pick the fruit by hand using shears and put it in baskets. The content of the baskets is then carefully transferred into crates, which in turn will be moved to the stocking area of our warehouse, from where the fruit will then reach your homes