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Summer Lady Peaches Grown by Baird Family Orchards

Melanie Wong | Sep 14, 201802:06 PM    

The peaches served with the Tails & Trotter grilled sausages, https://www.chowhound.com/post/tails-... , were the Summer Lady variety grown by Baird Family Orchards and purchased at the Portland Farmers Market. It was a special pleasure to enjoy these tree-ripened peaches last month. Even more so because the stone fruit season was below average at home in Northern California.

Baird Family Orchards a farmily farm dedicated to growing the sweetest Pacific Northwest peaches

a farmily farm dedicated to growing the sweetest Pacific Northwest peaches

www.bairdfamilyorchards.com
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