More than just peaches

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Jenschke Orchards offers produce, corn maze, Christmas trees

  • A five-acre corn maze is new to the property at Jenschke Orchards. The Jenschke family purchased software mapping out the design and then cut it out over the course of two days. Visitors can travel through the maze and then jump into a corn pit filled with more than 20,000 pounds of corn. — Submitted photos
    A five-acre corn maze is new to the property at Jenschke Orchards. The Jenschke family purchased software mapping out the design and then cut it out over the course of two days. Visitors can travel through the maze and then jump into a corn pit filled with more than 20,000 pounds of corn. — Submitted photos
  • Barrett and Lindsey Jenschke have expanded their offerings at their peach orchard to include fruit picking, a corn maze, picking pumpkins and selling Christmas trees.
    Barrett and Lindsey Jenschke have expanded their offerings at their peach orchard to include fruit picking, a corn maze, picking pumpkins and selling Christmas trees.
The Jenschke family began growing and selling peaches in the Hill Country in 1961. Travis Jenschke started with peaches, cotton and peanuts, selling them at markets in San Antonio. “The peach market was much different back then, so he would take peaches to San Antonio to be sold, and even then, he had trouble,” daughter-in-law Lindsey Jenschke said. When Travis’s son, Barrett, got older, Travis…

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