Starting with the early-ripening Gold Dust and the juicy 'eat-over-the-sink' heritage Suncrest varieties, Frog Hollow Farm is about to start shipping 12 weeks of the finest, juiciest, tree-ripened, organic peaches in the nation.
— Frog Hollow Farm has picky customers all over the USA who “gotta have” fresh organic peaches all summer long. These fruit lovers know that a sweet fragrant peach that's ripe enough to drip with juice is one of the finest joys of summer. And the famous peaches are coming soon.
The sun is shining. The trees are healthy. The peaches are getting larger by the day. Starting with the early-ripening Gold Dust and juicy 'eat-over-the-sink' heritage Suncrests, the organic orchard near San Francisco is about to start shipping 12 weeks of the finest, juiciest, tree-ripened peaches in the nation.
Later in the summer Frog Hollow Farm will harvest their robust, flavorful O'Henry — Farmer Al's favorite to toss on the grill — and their signature California-born Cal Red. Customers who order fruit online will be in peachy heaven all summer long.
Frog Hollow Farm crews are sticklers for quality and they guarantee the freshest organically-grown, tree-ripened fruit nature has to offer. Every week customers will be in for a treat as crews hand pick the freshest fruit the orchard has to offer.
Frog Hollow Farm's 2014 'Gotta Have Some Peaches' organic fruit delivery program begins shipping in Mid-June, and customers can order peaches for delivery here.
Experts rave about the quality of Frog Hollow Farm peaches. Here are some examples:
New York Times – "Farm stands are piled high with the perfect argument for not buying most supermarket peaches. So why consider the organic fruit from Frog Hollow Farm in Brentwood, Calif. – Because the farm ships its big, handsome peaches unblemished and ready to savor, dripping with rich juice." Read the article online: Food Stuff by Florence Fabricant; Good Enough to Make Farm-Stand Peaches Blush
L.A. Times – "Frog Hollow is in Brentwood, 40 miles east of San Francisco in Contra Costa County, one of California's best districts for growing stone fruit, warm during the day but cooled by sea breezes at night, so the fruit stays on the tree long enough to develop full color and flavor....." – Article by David Karp
Sunset Magazine – "Here, growers from all over Northern California tempt tourists and locals, home cooks and pro chefs with the most luscious produce imaginable. Some of these fruits and vegetables have attained a cult following - none more powerful than the peaches of Frog Hollow Farm..." – Article by Jim McCausland
San Francisco Magazine – #2 on the list of 125 best things to eat in the Bay Area! "Drip-down-your-arm juicy, these oh-so-sweet organic peaches taste of summer itself..." – Article by Jan Newberry
Fine Cooking Magazine – "Frog Hollow Farm is Certified Organic, with a reputation for some of the best-tasting varieties of peaches, apricots, plums, nectarines, and cherries anywhere...." – Article by Amy Albert
About peaches and Frog Hollow Farm –
Native to China, peaches of legend conferred immortality and were treasured by ancient Emperors. In the early 17th century a horticulturist by the name of George Minifie is said to have brought the first peaches from England to the United States, planting peach trees at his Estate of Buckland in Virginia. Peaches now grow throughout the world's temperate regions, but find a uniquely-suited home in Brentwood, California's Mediterranean climate. Frog Hollow Farm grows more than twelve varieties of organic peaches that have been selected by the owner, Farmer Al, for the quality of their taste and flavor, and not just for cosmetics, for those who order peaches for delivery. They typically harvest from mid-June to early September.
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