Peaches are usually available June to mid August (call first)
We are a young orchard with 20 different varieties--17 freestone and 3 semi-cling. We have 6 white flesh peach that is low acid and is good for patients going through Chemo. Since we are a young orchard we continue to learn and improve our process of growing and harvesting the premium peach that we are aiming to achieve.
We have been asked numerous times,"What's my favorite peach"? My response is always the same: "the one I'm eating at the time". They are all good. We pick the peaches when they are tree ripen to allow flavor that's out of this world. I love to watch the faces of people when they try one...it's like WOW!
Wonderfully delicious peaches are low in calories (100 g just provide 39 calories) and contain no saturated fats. Nonetheless, they are packed with numerous health promoting compounds, minerals and vitamins
Plums normally start in June (call first)
Plums was the intent of our planting a "few" tree. We want to have homemade plum jam. We planted 5 in 2003, now we have 35.
We have 3 different varieties. They make excellent jam and is good to eat too.
Delicious, fleshy, succulent plums are low in calories (46 calories per 100 g) and contain no saturated fats; however, contain numerous health promoting compounds, minerals and vitamins.
For more nutritional information see: http://www.nutrition-and-you.com/plums.html
Re-planting and de-weeding the blackberry patch has been a chore the last couple of years.
it will probably be another year before we will have blackberries
Blackberries are packed with numerous plant nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants, and dietary fibers that are essential for optimum health. For more nutritional information see: http://www.nutrition-and-you.com/blackberries.html