Movin’ To the Country, Gonna Eat a Lot of Peaches

If you’d told me that the tree fruit I’d have the most success growing in Central New Hampshire was peaches, I would have called you crazy – but you’d have been right.

While my apple trees that I planted a few years ago are looking terrible, my pear trees got destroyed by an unknown assailant, and my apricot tree went from looking-like-it-was-thriving to I-think-it’s-totally-dead in a span of 3 rainy weeks this spring, my 2 peach trees have been steady producers for the second year in a row.

Check out the limbs bending under the weight of the fruit:

Really love your peaches wanna shake your tree

Really love your peaches wanna shake your tree

“If I had my little way, I’d eat peaches every day” – POTUSA

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last one:

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And just in case you missed the POTUSA “Peaches” reference in the post title, here’s the 90’s “classic,” Peaches:

-KD

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