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Variety: Country Sweet




The Country Sweet peach is a yellow flesh variety of peach that is notable for its low acidity. Due to this, the Country Sweet can taste like an exceptionally sweet version of most yellow peaches. While the fruit is clingstone, it’s well worth the effort to taste this outstanding gal!

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 Variety: Earlitreat




The Earlitreat peach is a gorgeous hue of red, matched by a sunburst of reddish color in the flesh of the fruit when sliced. The Earlitreat brings all of the flavor of a traditional yellow peach with a flamboyant look that makes it great for garnish or table setting. Try cutting thin slices and placing them on mixed drinks to take parties to the next level!

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 Variety: Glacier White




The Glacier white peach has a rich red color that might make some assume it’s flesh might be yellow, however this is a white peach through and through! It gets it’s name due to it’s rather large size, making these excellent peaches for segmenting, as they remain rather crisp and give good portions.


 Variety: Klondike White




The Klondike white peach has a red blush and receives high marks in nearly every quality, sweetness, low acidity, free-stoned, and generously sized. The Klondike peach is a jack of all trades. If you’re not sure what peach is best for you the Klondike is a safe option!

Variety: September Snow




The September Snow is a late variety of white peach that brings up the rear of the harvest. While other peaches might begin starting to soften, reaching or a September snow for recipes like pies that require a crisper flavor in the later part of the year is a no brainer.


 Variety: Snow Fall




While the hue of the Snow Fall white peach will vary, it has no bearing on the quality or ripeness of the piece. Being part of the Rose family, peaches have a very full aroma that intensifies as they ripen. A strong scent mixed with a slight give is ideal when finding the perfect peach.

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 Variety: Snow Giant




The Snow Giant is generously sized with a very mild acidity that delivers a thorough signature white peach flavor. While it can be rather tough near the pit, the fruit itself is freestone allowing you to easily enjoy the crisper portion nearer to the center of the peach.

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 Variety: Springcrest




The Springcrest is an early variety of peach that quickly ripens to a rich yellow. When checking a Springcrest peach, it’s imperative to use the entire hand as opposed to the tips of the fingers. The delicate flesh of the fruit can easily bruise, especially later as other varieties begin joining the fray.

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 Variety: Summer Sweet




The Summer Sweet peach is one of the crispest varieties of white peach available. If you’ve found yourself with a Summer Sweet that just seems to stay hearty while you want something softer, place the peach in a sealed container to expedite the process. Try not to use opaque containers where you might forget about the patiently waiting peach!

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 Variety: Sunlit Snow




The Sunlit Snow peach is a low-acid / High-sugar peach that tastes nearly candied right off the tree. These peaches are extremely juicy and delicate, making them a delight for snacking but they can be a bit of a mess. Try eating an extra juicy peach in the shower, where you can fully appreciate the juice without worrying about the mess. It’s life changing!

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 Variety: Super Rich




The Super Rich peach is a very tasty peach that holds true to it’s name. The flesh is simultaneously soft and well structured, making it perfect to be stowed away in a lunchbox or briefcase without getting everything gooey.

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 Variety: Sweet Blaze




The Sweet Blaze gets its name from its exuberant color, completely red with a fierce yellow tint showing beneath. Another secret weapon that makes this fruit is its ability to remain crisp for nearly 2 weeks after reaching perfect ripeness. If you’re lucky enough to see a Sweet Blaze, snap it up, especially a couple weeks into harvest when the crop will reach its peak!


Variety: Sweet September




This variety holds the unique feature of tasting extremely similar to a yellow Nectarine, but the benefit of peeling in the same ease as a peach. If you love nectarines, try letting one of these ripen for an out of this world experience!

 Variety: Snow Beauty




The Snow Beauty is worthy of the name, with a very appealing hue. The presentation of this peach is excellent. Try boiling this variety to experience a much richer flavor. To properly boil a peach, simply bring a pot of water to boil, submerge your peaches for a moment, then dunk it in ice water to slip the skin off. Longer boiling will further emphasize the flavor.

 Variety: Tra-Zee




The Tra-zee peach is notable in that it will often time ripen very uniformly on the tree, guaranteeing that no matter when you see Tra-zees on the display at our farm, they will always be dependable choices no matter how good you are at picking peaches!

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 Variety: Zee Lady




Zee lady peaches are often called Nostalgia peaches due to their classic peach flavor. Most tasters comment on the similarity of the Zee Lady peaches to the more traditional varieties popular in-home gardens. If you tried a peach from your grandmother’s yard, it probably tasted just like this!

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 Variety: Sweet Dream




Sweet Dream peaches can grow to be insanely large, sometimes up to 5lbs, and regularly larger than a baseball. The large size doesn’t sacrifice for flavor though, which makes this a very prized peach to find

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 Variety: Super Lady




The Super Lady peach maintains a consistent quality of crispness and flavor after being picked off the tree, making this a perfect gifting peach. Yep, gifting peach! Did you know the term “You’re a peach” comes from the old tradition of giving a friend a peach? Give a friend a Super Lady, show them you care!

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 Variety: Galaxy




Galaxy peaches are a more unique look hiding a traditional peach flavor. For place setting, cut these peaches vertically to make long thin strips. Toss those strips In the oven for dried peach chips. When friends ask you how you made them, tell them you’re a master chef! We’ll keep your secret!

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 Variety: Donut




The Donut peach is world famous for its EXTREMELY high sugar content and unique shape. The fruit is concaved like the galaxy peach, but with nearly no acidity and an astronomical bric count (The scientific measurement that farmers use to find the sugar content of a piece of fruit) the Donut peach is one of the most sought-after varieties on the farm.


 Variety: White Snow Angel




The Snow Angel white peach is a remarkably juicy peach. Definitely pick up this peach for use with smoothies or tea. For the most adventurous among the farm visitors, juicing these peaches can be rewarding work, as a glass of peach juice is a once in a lifetime experience!

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