It's about that time...
The 106th peach season at Jaemor kicks off in just a few short days.
If you have visited recently, you may have already enjoyed the first taste of Georgia's peach season,
as we have had some middle and south Georgia peaches available for purchase. Let your taste buds know that Jaemor's Flavorich variety is just a few days out from being ready! While the rain in the past week has not been a friend to our 2018 strawberry crop, our peach trees have thoroughly enjoyed it.
Fun farm fact:
Our peach trees need one inch of rain per week (otherwise we irrigate). Click here
for a list of our peach varieties and their estimated ripening dates.
As we countdown to peach season, we've been busy welcoming new family members into the world! By the end of the summer Nanny and Pop will have 31 great-grand children! In addition to welcoming the family's new additions, we campaigned for strawberries (and a family member) during the 41st annual Railroad Days parade earlier this month in Lula. Guests that lined the main street were surprised when they realized Jaemor was passing
out fresh strawberries instead of candy! I think we can all agree that those sweet treats are tastier than candy!
Strawberries > Candy.
We will let you know as soon as homegrown peaches are available in our markets and when we can start shipping peaches.
Memorial Day Hours:
7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Taste the Difference Family Makes.
Know your Farmer. Know your Food.
As always, please let us know how we can be of assistance!
- Agritourism Coordinator
You can CAN!
Ever wanted to learn the proper procedures for pressure canning?
Reserve your seat today for our July 2nd green bean canning class, taught by local UGA Extension Agent Carin Booth at Jaemor's Barn. The class will take place on Monday, July 2nd from 5-8 p.m. and is $30/person. Each participant will learn via hands-on experience of canning plus take home a packet of information and jar canned while at the class. Click here to sign up.