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Enjoy shopping the variety of Jaemor Fresh produce grown on the vast 200+ acre farm that sits behind the humble north Georgia roadside farm market.
Produce and More
Peaches, Strawberries, Blackberries Apples, Cantaloupes, Watermelons, Tomatoes, Grapes, Pumpkins, Nectarines, Jams, Jellies, Pickles, Relishes, Fried Apple Pies, Handmade Furniture, Pottery, Garden Seed, Fertilizer, Flowers, Propane. Corn Maze and Farm Tour.

Jaemor Farms grows approximately 100 acres of fruits and vegetables, mostly of which are peaches. We have more than 20 varieties of peaches! Ripening dates are June 8 to September 15. Our heaviest production is late July and August.

Peach Varieties - Spring Prince, Flavor rich, Harrow Diamond, Ruby Prince, Coronet, Karla Rose Nectarines, Rich Lady, Sunland, Cary Mac, Nectar, Loring, 24-007, Red Gold Nectarine, Georgia Belle, Elberta,Redskin, Cresthaven, Honeydew hale, Jersey Queen, O'Henry, White Rose, Big Red, Autumn Prince, Fairtime, white flesh

Apple Varieties - Ginger Gold, Gala, Golden Delicious, Mutsu, Red Rome, Winesap, Fuji, Arkansas Black

Jars & Bags of Goodies - We have more than 150 different jams, jellies, relishes, pickles, sauces, dressings and salsa!

Other Jaemor Fresh Produce, Muscadines and Scuppernongs, Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Tomatoes, Sweet corn, Gourds, Pumpkins, Giant, Pie, Ornamental, Jack O Lantern
Jaemor Farms Corn Maze
Fun Stuff
Attractions - 8 acre Corn Maze, Apple Sling Shot, Kiddie Maze, Hand-pump Duck Races, Hay Rides, Pedal Cars and Farm Slide

The New Pie Kitchen - Farners Fried Pie KitchenOur pie kitchen is sure to be a favorite stop at Jaemor farms! Enjoy our homemade fried pies including old fashion dried apple and dried peach, fresh fruit apple, peach, cherry, blueberry, sweet potato, and sugar-free apple to name a few! We also have homemade cakes, breads and whole pies. Seasonally you can enjoy homemade peach, strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate ice creams, sure to be worth another stop by on a hot summer's day!

Field Trips - Your class will love an educational trip to Jaemor Farms!

So much more:
Old fashion candies and nuts, Cider, Seeds, Fertilizer, Bedding plants, Flowers, Mulch hay, Potting soil, Gift boxes, Fruit baskets, Farm house furniture, Pottery, Ceramics
Open: 7am-6pm (Sep.-May) 7am-7pm (Jun.-Aug.) Daily.
Contact, Address, Directions & Website
Phone: 770-869-3999 - Address: 5340 Cornelia Hwy., Alto Georgia 30510 - Directions: From Atlanta I-85 north to 985 which becomes 365. Travel 365 to market @35 mile marker on right. Website: www.jaemorfarms.com

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