The Colorado Peach Blog – All about Colorado Palisade peaches, including up to date seasonal crop information.
The Colorado Peach Company Orchards
The Colorado Peach Company was originally founded in Fort Collins, Colorado as a tree-ripened Palisade peach retailer in 2017, and quickly expanded to include local and regional wholesale distribution and nationwide direct-to-consumer peach shipping. Now in 2023, the Colorado Peach Company is proud to be a grower of premium Colorado Palisade peaches. “We’ve been working… Read more
Georgia, South Carolina 2023 Peach Crop Loss Likely to Impact Colorado Palisade Peach Prices, Availability
South Carolina and Georgia -the 2nd and 3rd largest peach producing states in the US- both suffered major crop loss due to a late spring frost in March, 2023. By some estimates, Georgia lost 80%-90% of its total 2023 peach crop. Peaches are likely to be pricier, and in shorter supply across the United States… Read more
Did the 2023 Colorado Palisade Peach Crop Survive the April Cold Snap?
Temperatures dipped dangerously close to 25 degrees on April 19th-20th, but thanks to a prolonged winter keeping the trees a couple of weeks behind schedule, most of Colorado’s peach crop looks to have survived relatively unscathed. Most growers in Colorado’s Palisade peach region have a positive outlook for the 2023 summer crop. Growers from around… Read more
What Makes Colorado Palisade Peaches So Unique?
How does Colorado grow some of the sweetest, most flavorful peaches in the world? A combination of ideal climate, abundant sunshine, and generations of growing experience results in the the highest quality peach possible. Climate and location factors that contribute include… Colorado growers have been producing peaches and other tree fruit since the late 1800s.… Read more
The Colorado Peach Blog
Welcome to the Colorado Peach Blog! Here we discuss all things Colorado Palisade peach, including up to date seasonal crop information. Colorado has been producing Palisade peaches and other tree fruit since the late 1800s, and the state’s producers continue to grow some of the best peaches in the world to this day. This blog… Read more