Georgia may take the national spotlight for peaches, but Texas isn’t far behind. Fredericksburg and Gillespie County are the biggest producers in the state, with a wealth of roadside stands and family farms worth visiting. But since a peach always tastes better when you pick it yourself, visit Jenschke Orchards, where seven generations have stewarded the 3,000 trees. There are more than 20 varieties to pick from, whether you’re eating them out of hand, canning them or baking them into pies.
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