There are three different types of peaches….clingstone (CL), semi-freestone (SF) and freestone (FS). Clingstone – Peaches whose flesh cling to the pit …. early varieties that usually ripen in May. Semi-freestone peaches have flesh that will pull away from the pit with a little effort. Freestone peaches are peaches whose flesh easily separates from the pit. Peach Varieties and Month of Ripening May: Flavorich – (CL) dark red, firm and large size for early variety Regal – (CL) large for a cling and very sweet June: Gala – (SF) medium to med large, yellow flesh, firm and good taste Harvestor – (FS) medium large, yellow fleshed and highly colored skin. Majestic – (FS) very large, round, yellow fleshed and red skin White Delight – (SF) medium size, firm, white flesh and very sweet. July: Loring – (FS) large, round, firm, yellow fleshed, red blushed skin and sweet Bounty – (FS) large to very large, round, yellow fleshed and good flavor Redglobe –(FS) very large, round, red over golden skin, yellow flesh and excellent sweetness We do have a few nectarines that ripen late June to early July.
Late May to late June Methley – small to medium in size, purple skin and juicy red flesh that is very flavorful and sweet Morris – large plum with red to purple flesh and great taste Ozark Premiere – very large plum with yellow flesh and reddish skin and very sweet
We have planted 4 different varieties of improved muscadine grapes that should be ready for picking the summer of 2020