ARLINGTON GARDENS SWEET MARMALADE
Marmalade 2012 is in stock NOW! Arlington Garden’s 48 Washington Navel orange trees have become more than a colorful representation of Pasadena’s past. In 2010, they decided to make orange marmalade from the orange crop. The marmalade, made by E. Waldo Ward of Sierra Madre, was a smash hit. They sold some 1,200 ten oz. jars in just 4 months, using word of mouth alone. And now this locally grown and processed fine marmalade is available right here at Bellefontaine Nursery!
36° OLIVE OILS
Why 36°? It’s about latitude and attitude. Their olive trees reside on the chalky, sun-soaked hills northwest of Paso Robles — near 36° latitude — on California’s Central Coast. 36° Extra Virgin Olive Oil is hand-crafted to preserve the true essence of the fruit, complimenting the ﬁnest cuisine in a new and delightful way.
Brash meets elegance. Two Spanish varieties, Arbosana and Arbequina, are blended to create an oil of depth and complexity well suited to everyday use.
Tuscany awaits. Five Italian varieties blend to create asmooth and slightly peppery oil. Try drizzling over meats,vegetables, pastas, or simply dipping with a warm baguette.
Smooth and sophisticated. This uncommon Spanish variety delights the palate with hints of spice and a peppery ﬁnish. Pairs well with subtle ﬂavors like leafy greens, fruits, ﬁsh, and pasta.
SAN PASQUAL SALAD DRESSING
Otis and Sally Marston met and married during their college years. They both had a passion for creativity -- Sally's passion was planning and planting gardens and Otis's passion was creating innovative and delicious dishes. Their pursuits eventually led them to create and run Marston's Restaurant which opened in Pasadena in 1988.Their rightfully famous San Pasqual Salad Dressing is now being sold at Bellefontaine Nursery!
REIMAGINING THE CALIFORNIA LAWN:
Water-conserving Plants, Practices, and Designs
Cachuma Press 2011, $27.95 paperback