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Reeves Peach Farm

  • Location: : 334 Hwy . 36 East, Hartselle, AL 35640
  • Phone: (256) 502-9760

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    Reeves Farm is part of land settled near Hartselle, Alabama by Thomas "Jack" Reeves in 1835. The first crops grown on the land were cotton, corn, and vegetables for the family's use. In the early 1950s, watermelons grown on the farm were stacked under the oak trees here and sold to neighbors and people traveling along Highway 36. In 1959, L.L. "Jack" Reeves (the great-grandson of Thomas Reeves) and his son, Donnie established the first peach orchards on the farm. four generations of the Reeves family have been growing peaches, along with other fruits and vegetables for over six decades. It is our goal to provide customers with the highest quality tree-ripened peaches possible. We harvest each peach variety over a 7-10 day period. This allows for us to harvest peaches continuously for about 15 weeks. Strawberries are harvested from around April 15th until June 10th. The varieties we grow are Chandler and Camarosa. We have berries available at our market, but we also allow customers to pick their own. We also grow plums, watermelon, cantaloupes, tomatoes, squash, sweet corn, and other vegetables. Please watch our Facebook page or subscribe to our newsletter for other crop ripening notifications.