Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Pearson Farm

Located in Georgia is Pearson Farm which has been around since 1885 and they have been growing peaches and pecans on this land for over 100 years. I was sent some peaches to review that are hand-picked and came in a box of 13 which they call The Gift Box. As you know Georgia is famous for their peaches so I was excited to be able to try some fresh peaches. These peaches are hand-picked at their absolute peak for flavor and juiciness shipping in late June.

My Opinion: I really loved how quick these arrived at my door and when they arrived I was so excited to open them and look at them. I love how they are packed and sold as there was no bruising. I have to say these are the best peaches I have ever had as they are so fresh and the ones I get at the grocery store are lacking flavor and not nearly as good as these I would definitely buy these again. I also like the little card they sent with the box of peaches as it tells me how to freeze them, how to ripen them as I never knew this.
You can also purchase peach cakes, peach preserve, natural pecans, flavored pecans, and gifts.

About Pearson farm: For five generations the Pearson family has farmed the red clay of Crawford County.  The duties involved in farming the land were willingly accepted as honorable, God-given privileges as much then as they are today.  More than 130 years ago, in 1885, Moses Winlock “Lockie” Pearson and his wife, Cornelia Emory “Emma”, moved to this area and planted the first peach trees for the Pearson family.  There were six sons and six daughters in the family.  Lockie and Emma were both born in 1858 and married in 1880.  In 1906, Lockie died at the age of 48 leaving Emma to continue raising children and working the farm.

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