“Oh What a Peach!” This is not a question it’s a statement that anyone who has eaten a Linvilla Orchards Peach is likely to say. I know Georgia boasts she is the Peach Capital of the world. They use sayings like “she’s as sweet as a Georgia peach”. Well, to that I say they have never eaten a peach from Linvilla!
I may be biased but I think Linvilla’s Peaches make the best Peach Pie, The sweetest Peach jam and the most delectable Peach Cobblers. Our Peaches are amazing sliced up and added to salads, cereal, yogurt or ice cream.
Our Peaches are perfectly kissed by the sun. They have the sweetest peachy flavor. They burst with so much juice it is almost impossible to eat them without a bib. Our peaches are a great source of Vitamin C and Potassium; they are low in calories and high in antioxidants that help to prevent a whole host of diseases. They come in many different varieties and sizes. They come with fuzz and without (Nectarines are simply peaches without fuzz).
But the best thing about Linvilla Orchard’s Peaches is they are right here in our back yard and at their peak of freshness. So come on over to the farm and enjoy the Freshest of summer flavors! Oh what a peach!
Join us this Saturday, August 4th for the Peach Festival! There will be plenty of Food, Fun and Frivolity for the entire family.
Stop by and say hello to me Saturday, August 4th at Peach Festival for some Summer time Sampling with Judi 10-2 in front of the Farm Market for some great Peach recipes.
Bring the kids by to Story Time with Cindy Madara, author of Ruby’s Peaches: 12pm – 2pm
We have added a very special treat for you. We have invited Cindy Madara, a local author of children’s books, to do a special Story Time. Cindy will be reading her beloved book, Ruby’s Peaches. Ruby’s Peaches is tells the story of a young girl named Ruby living on a farm with her grandfather Poppy, transitioning through the seasons of harvesting peaches while she learns to read. “I wanted to tell the story of what it was like around here back then,” Madara said of the area in the 1970s and 80s. “The story tells what it was like in a simpler time.” She will have copies of her book for sale.
Stop by the Garden Center for:
Saturday, August 4th, 10 am Succulent Wreath FEE-$25.00 We will help you to assemble a beautiful 6” grapevine wreath with your choice of colorful succulents. Larger wreaths and upgrades are available.
Saturday, August 11th Miss Marcia’s Gardening with Children 10am – Free August is the month for the best tomatoes. Miss Marcia will show you many different tomato varieties and tasting is encouraged! You will learn the ins and outs of growing your own tomato gardens. As always there will be a related activity.