Ten quarts of ‘Belle of Georgia’ peaches from one little peach tree, peeled, blanched, and freezer-ready for yummy pies and smoothies during the winter months.
Today was simply a fabulous day, and it began very early with picking the first batch of ripe peaches from our peach tree. While washing the peaches, I turned to the large terrarium on our kitchen table and there were Monarchs galore beginning to emerge from their chrysalides. I had asked our gang of neighborhood kids if they would like … Continue reading PEACHES RIPENING IN THE WARM SUN ~ DO I HEAR BELLINIS, ANYONE?
Bellinis would make a festive addition to your Labor Day/Schooner Festival weekend brunch or dinner, especially at this time of year when the farmer’s markets and grocer’s shelves are brimming with tree-ripened fresh fruit. Our ‘Belle of Georgia’ white-flesh peach tree never disappoints. Each and every year since first planting, this semi-dwarf peach tree gives us mouth-watering sweet peaches. … Continue reading Peaches Ripening in the Warm Sun ~ Do I Hear Bellinis, Anyone?