Alida's Fruits


Alida's Fruits
Alida's Fruits is listed in the Fruit & Vegetable Growers & Shippers category in Palisade, Colorado. Displayed below is the only current social network for Alida's Fruits which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Alida's Fruits on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 71.

Contact information for Alida's Fruits is:
3402 C 1/2 Rd
Palisade, CO 81526
(970) 434-8769
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Alidas Fruits at Alidas Fruits.
Sunset up on east Orchard Mesa, back on January 10th.

Hey folks, we don't often do this, but right now all of our Dried Fruit and Chocolate is 30% off on our website! Go to and enter the discount code SPRUNG17 in the shopping cart at checkout to get the discount. (Free shipping still requires a minimum $25 purchase.)

Not sure how this Garden Huckleberry (tomato family) plant made it up to the flower bed by the house, but thought y'all might be interested to see what one looks like while still growing. They get pretty large, as you can see by the yardstick. Unlike the wild Huckleberries (blueberry family), these do not come back year after year, and harvesting them involves cutting the plant down and stripping the berries from the plant. There are some other pictures here on the page that show Alida doing just that =)

Now that's a big bell pepper! Grown by Farmer Bob's son just up the road from Alida's Fruits at Helmer's Produce!

Alidas Fruits added 4 new photos.
Time to work up the huckleberries! For those who don't know huckleberries, these are a garden huckleberry as opposed to a wild huckleberry. Garden Huckleberries are a member of the tomato family, where wild huckleberries are a member of the blueberry family. Just like tomato plants, the garden huckleberry does not come back year after year, so the easiest way to harvest them is to simply cut the plants off at the ground, bring them in and pick them in a more comfortable setting.