What sort of peach looks like a tennis ball? What sort of music do peach trees like? What can you make with a peach pit? On this episode of Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry learn about growing and eating the furriest fruit: peaches! Urban Farmer Germaine Jenkins of Fresh Future Farm in North Charleston, shares an amazing story about how she finally figured out a very fun way of getting her peach trees to bear fruit. Plus, Stephen Rose co-founder of The Peach Truck  tells us about his favorite peaches and how he delivers them to fruit-lovers around the country. We’ve got a refreshing recipe created by chef BJ Dennis, jokes, a peachy book recommendation and much more. 

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