Sunday: 10 am to 5 pm
Monday through Saturday: 9 am to 6 pm
In Season Now and Picked Fresh for You:
CREST HAVEN Peaches - yellow, freestone*
Bi-color sweet corn Back Soon!
Green beans - ONLY $2 per pound!
Kilbourne watermelons including seedless
Red slicing tomatoes
Local raw honey
*Peaches are grown by us right here in Sangamon County and picked from the trees minutes from our Market several times a day so they reach you at the peak of ripeness and freshness.
Our Recipes tab has been updated with a focus on beverages made with peaches or watermelon! Check out non-alcoholic Watermelon Grapefruit Slushies or Peach-Mango Smoothies. For cocktails, check out recipes for Sailor's Warning (with watermelon) and Texas Peach Sangria. More fresh produce recipes are available in our Market.
Please Nominate Jefferies Orchard for the Illinois "Best of" Competition: Retail/Best Produce Selection. We appreciate your support!
Also at our market:
It's a Peach Festival! Besides our delicious peaches, we're stocked up on all of your favorites this month: Natural Artistry ginger peach jam made locally with our peaches, Crossroads Candles in "Spiced Georgia Peach" and "Peach Cobbler", Cooper's Mill peach jam, peach butter, peach applesauce and peach syrup, as well as Ginger Peach tea bags, and Country Home Creations Gourmet Dip Mix in "Peaches and Cream" -- copies of recipes for Peaches and Cream Mousse Pie and Peaches and Cream Fruit Pizza are complimentary at our Market.
Visit our Recipes tab for several delicious peach recipes.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS:
Partnership with Country Hills Golf Course, Greenview: Saturday, August 20
A Central Illinois summer just isn’t complete until you’ve gotten your hands on a bag of fresh peaches from your local store, farmers market or roadside stand. As August marks the peak of peach season, they’re celebrating at Country Hills with a new festival on August 20 – Pars & Peaches.
Whinnie's Apple Fest at Jefferies Orchard: October 8-9
More details soon!
More crops on the way:
Yellow slicing tomatoes
Jefferies Orchard is a Sesquicentennial Farm