New Jersey soils and climate are ideal for maximum production of quality peaches, and when weather smiles on the trees, as it did this year, you can’t find a tastier peach than those picked from our orchards. Winter was just cold enough; spring was just warm and wet enough, and this year’s New Jersey peach crop is as near perfect as perfect can be,
Since the 1600’s when the first peaches were grown from seeds, peaches have been produced in New Jersey. Today, New Jersey has approximately two million peach trees. New varieties of peaches and nectarines are extending the season both early and late.