What We’re Picking Now

It's the big one

Goldline Peach

We are near the end of our harvest season at Naylor Organics.  The final three peach varieties of the season are Zee Lady, Summer Lady, and, our signature peach, the Goldline.  Our last day of picking will be tomorrow.  Below is a list of all of the fruit that we sell commercially and approximately when they are ready to pick.  Our U-pick varieties are listed on the Pick Your Own Fruit page.

Peaches                                                                                           Month

  • Best May (yellow)                                                                   late-May to early-June
  • Spring Snow (white)                                                               late-May to early-June
  • Springcrest (yellow)                                                                early-June
  • Spring Lady (yellow)                                                               early-June
  • David Sun (yellow)                                                                  early- to mid-June
  • Sugar May (white)                                                                   mid-June
  • Sweet Scarlet (yellow)                                                             mid-June
  • Flavorcrest (yellow)                                                                 mid-June
  • Pearl White (white)                                                                  mid- to late-June
  • Vista (yellow)                                                                            mid- to late-June
  • Giant Babcock (white)                                                             early-July
  • Sierra Rich (yellow)                                                                 early- to mid-July
  • Zee Lady (yellow)                                                                     mid- to late-July
  • Summer Lady (yellow)                                                             late-July
  • Goldline  (white)                                                                       late-July to mid-August

 Nectarines                                                                                       Month

  • Zee Fire (yellow)                                                                         late-May
  • Honey May (yellow)                                                                   late-May
  • Polar Lite (white)                                                                        early-June
  • Honey Blaze (yellow)                                                                 mid-June
  • Arctic Sweet (white)                                                                   mid-June
  • Arctic Star (white)                                                                      mid-June
  • Honey Kiss (Yellow)                                                                   mid- to late-June
  • Arctic Jay (white)                                                                        early- to mid-July
  • June Glo (yellow)                                                                        mid-July
  • Honey Royale (yellow)                                                               mid- to late-July
Reach for the Gold(line)

Goldline: Big and Beautiful

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One thought on “What We’re Picking Now

  1. I had absolutely no idea there were even that many peaches and nectarines. The names are amazing! ‘Honey Blaze’! One of my friends is trying to come up with a name for his band. I’ll tell him to look here for inspiration.

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