After taking over his grandfather's orchard as a hobby in 2012, John March along with his wife Grace, decided to take their passion full time in 2014 by creating Langdon Day Farms. The name pays tribute to the legacy left before them by John's grandparents. Langdon is a family name passed down on his grandfather's side and Day is his grandmother's maiden name. Both sides having roots in Potter Valley since the late 1800's to early 1900's. John & Grace are the fifth generation to farm the same ground as the generations before them. Today, Langdon Day Farms offers heirloom variety, freestone peaches, all hand-picked at the peak of ripeness. Varieties include (from earliest to latest) Gold Dust, Redhaven, Suncrest, Babcock, Fortyniner, J.H. Hale, Redskin Elberta, Rio Oso Gem, O' Henry, Kaweah, Summerset and Indian Free.