Pearson Farm
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Growing Georgian Peaches & Pecans Since 1885

More than 130 years ago, in 1885, Lockie Pearson and his wife, Emma, moved to Fort Valley and planted their first peach trees for the Pearson family. For five generations the Pearson family has farmed the red clay of Crawford County, Georgia for peaches and pecans. Farming has dramatically changed in the last century but Pearson Farm still counts good soil, hard work, and honest dealings as keys to its success and survival.

Now, Mary Pearson’s famous and delicious baked treats—using their pecans and peaches—provide even more ways to share the farm’s bounty with family and friends. Mary’s Kitchen uses only the freshest, highest quality ingredients with no additives or preservatives, and every recipe is cooked in small batches to ensure home baked taste.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Pearson Farm has been featured in the New York Times, Southern Living, Readers Digest, Atlanta Magazine, Southern Farm and Garden, Telegraph and more.

Pearson Farm

Growing Georgian Peaches & Pecans Since 1885

More than 130 years ago, in 1885, Lockie Pearson and his wife, Emma, moved to Fort Valley and planted their first peach trees for the Pearson family. For five generations the Pearson family has farmed the red clay of Crawford County, Georgia for peaches and pecans. Farming has dramatically changed in the last century but Pearson Farm still counts good soil, hard work, and honest dealings as keys to its success and survival.

Now, Mary Pearson’s famous and delicious baked treats—using their pecans and peaches—provide even more ways to share the farm’s bounty with family and friends. Mary’s Kitchen uses only the freshest, highest quality ingredients with no additives or preservatives, and every recipe is cooked in small batches to ensure home baked taste.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Pearson Farm has been featured in the New York Times, Southern Living, Readers Digest, Atlanta Magazine, Southern Farm and Garden, Telegraph and more.