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Peach trees bear flowers more readily than fruit

publication date: Feb 28, 2006
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Here in the Texas Hill Country west of Austin, peaches are a big deal. The area was first settled by Germans in the 1800s, and peach production has always been a part of the agriculture here. Nowadays, this area is a well-known tourist destination, largely because of the draw of fresh Hill Country peaches. No farm stand around here can get away without offering peaches, and we have several acres planted at our place.



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