Long time favorite white fleshed freestone. Sweet and juicy, aromatic, low in acid. High scoring in taste tests. Ripens mid July in Central CA. Widely adapted (low chill requirement, yet not early blooming). 250-300 hours. Self-fruitful.
Home gardeners find definite advantages to growing dwarf peach trees. Since many genetic dwarfs only reach 6 feet tall, compared to standard varieties that may be 25 feet high and as wide, ladders are unnecessary for pruning and harvesting. If pests or diseases strike, signs are likely detected earlier. Dwarf trees produce well, because more can be planted in a small area, and they fruit sooner. All peaches perform best in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 to 9.
Large. Yellow skin overspread with red. Firm, crisp, melting, yellow flesh. Good eating quality and aroma.
Compares favorably with commercial peaches. Freestone. Good for mild winter areas. Requires 400 hours of chilling below 45F. Ripens in Early to Mid July. Mature height is 5 feet with a spread of 5-6 feet. Cold hardy to USDA Zone 7.
Ideal peach tree for smaller gardens and patio settings. Peaches are large with yellow skin with a red blush. Flesh is yellow, freestone and good eating quality. Compares favorable with commercial peaches. Require 250 hours of chilling below 45F. Ripens: Early to Mid August. Naturally occurring mature height is 5 feet with a spread of 5 feet. Cold hardy to USDA Zone 7
Delicious, fine flavored peach with very low chilling requirement ripens 2-3 weeks before Mid-Prid . Medium to
large-sized yellow freestone – also recommended as early season peach for moderate climates – harvest 3 weeks before July Elbert. 1.00-200 hours. Self: fruitful. (Expired Pat. No. 7751) (Zaiger)