Growing Peaches to Eat Fresh? Try These Tree Varieties

If you're growing peaches to eat primarily out-of-hand, you want to choose a variety that is sweet, low in acid and light in color so that the juice does not stain your clothes. Most peaches with these qualities are cling-stone peaches, which means that the flesh does not readily separate from the stone. While this is an annoyance when slicing peaches for baking or canning, it does not present a large challenge when eating peaches out-of-hand. Read More