August is National Peach Month, and it marks the height of Virginia’s peach season, typically mid-May through late August.
Even though peaches originated in China, they are celebrated every August—National Peach Month—in the United States.
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August is not only peak picking time for fresh peaches but also National Peach Month. And despite weather challenges earlier in the year, it’s possible to celebrate with a juicy Virginia-grown peach.
More than 5,000 tons of peaches are grown each year in Virginia, and many are at their ripest right now. It’s also picnic season, and peach pie is a welcome addition to any gathering.