195 Meaderboro Rd
Farmington, NH 03835
Nectarines are a cousin of the Peach. They have very similiar qualities. One of the major differences is the lack of fuzz on the skin. Nectarines are best for fresh eating. Our nectarines are planted within our peach orachards. The care is the same, so it make sense to blend them right in.
JADE around Aug. 10 great flavor, bicolored flesh
EASTERN GLO around Aug. 15 tart, fresh eating
SUMMER BEAUT around Aug. 25 dark red color, full flavor
SUN GLO around Sept. 6 sweet, juicy, good for freezing or canning
FANTASIA around Sept. 15 fantastic flavor, smooth texture, firm
Plums are also grown within the peaches. They are taken care of in much the same way as the peaches and nectarines. Our plums are smaller and very juicy.
METHLEY around Aug. 1 small, red, juicy, firm
OSARK PREMIER around Aug. 2 red, large, juicy
SHIRO around Aug. 6 yellow, sweet, firm
BURBANK around Aug. 15 purple, large, juicy
SANTA ROSA around Aug. 15 large, red, good for cooking and canning
BUBBLE GUM around Aug. 15 red, sweet as candy
VANIER around Aug. 28 red, firm, good quality flesh