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(Flordaking Peach, Peach, Yellow Semi-Clingstone Peach)

This exceptionally early-bearing peach was developed by the University of Florida for the North Florida peach industry. Requiring less winter chill than typical, it can be successfully grown in areas too warm for most peaches. A clingstone variety, it bears a generous crop of large, red-blushed fruit, whose succulent yellow flesh is ideal for canning, freezing and fresh eating. The fruit ripens in May, and is preceded in early spring by a showy display of fragrant pink flowers.

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(Flordaprince Peach, Peach, Yellow Semi-Clingstone Peach)

Requiring less winter chill than typical, ‘Flordaprince’ can be successfully grown in areas too warm for most peaches. This semi-cling variety bears a generous crop of medium-sized red-blushed fruit whose succulent yellow flesh is ideal for canning, freezing and fresh eating. Ripening in late spring, the fruits are preceded by a showy, early spring display of fragrant, pink flowers.

Peach trees prefer full sun and fertile, well-drained soil which receives regular moisture. Periodic fertilizing...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Flordaqueen Peach, Peach, Yellow Semi-Clingstone Peach)

Requiring scant chilling to make good crops, this University of Florida introduction is heralded for its high heat and humidity tolerance. First made available in the 1960s, it was bred primarily for the North Florida peach industry, but is not as widely grown today.

This medium-sized tree has curved, lance-shaped, bright green leaves that turn yellow in fall. In early spring it bursts into a haze of pink, fragrant, five-petaled flowers. In northern zones, these have potential to be damaged...

(Flordastar Peach, Peach)

Peaches are some of the most loved summer fruits. They are borne from small deciduous trees that are quite cold hardy. The Chinese natives were first cultivated in Asia in ancient times and have been slowly bred and selected to the point where they produce the large luscious fruits that we see in markets today. Orchards exist in many temperate parts of the world with milder winters.

In spring, the boughs of peach trees become covered with many white, rose or pink fragrant five-petaled flowers....

(Flordasun Peach, Peach)

Peaches are some of the most loved summer fruits. They are borne from small deciduous trees that are quite cold hardy. The Chinese natives were first cultivated in Asia in ancient times and have been slowly bred and selected to the point where they produce the large luscious fruits that we see in markets today. Orchards exist in many temperate parts of the world with milder winters.

In spring, the boughs of peach trees become covered with many white, rose or pink fragrant five-petaled flowers....

(Flordawon Peach, Peach)

Peaches are some of the most loved summer fruits. They are borne from small deciduous trees that are quite cold hardy. The Chinese natives were first cultivated in Asia in ancient times and have been slowly bred and selected to the point where they produce the large luscious fruits that we see in markets today. Orchards exist in many temperate parts of the world with milder winters.

In spring, the boughs of peach trees become covered with many white, rose or pink fragrant five-petaled flowers....

(Frost Peach, Peach, Yellow Clingstone Peach)

One of the few peach cultivars resistant to the peach leaf curl fungus, 'Frost' was discovered in the state of Washington, where this malady is common. Though not entirely immune to the disease, this small deciduous tree becomes more resistant as it ages. The delicious flesh of this freestone variety is sweet and firm, suitable for canning, freezing, and fresh eating. Ripening in midsummer, the fuzzy, red-blushed fruit is preceded by a showy spring display of fragrant pink flowers.

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(Dwarf Peach, Garden Gold Peach, Yellow Freestone Peach)

This bearer of luscious full sized peaches is a shrub sized tree that is sure to fit into the smallest backyard. It is a genetic dwarf, which means the tree is not small because of grafting but simply small by its very nature. All contemporary peaches descend from a wild peach of China that was cultivated and selected since ancient times. This variety is proving widely adapted to both in ground and containers wherever full sized peach trees can be grown. Garden Gold produces a miniature waist-high...

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James Burghardt

(Georgia Belle Peach, Peach, Yellow Freestone Peach)

Peaches are some of the most loved summer fruits. They are borne from small deciduous trees that are quite cold hardy. The Chinese natives were first cultivated in Asia in ancient times and have been slowly bred and selected to the point where they produce the large luscious fruits that we see in markets today. Orchards exist in many temperate parts of the world with milder winters.

In spring, the boughs of peach trees become covered with many white, rose or pink fragrant five-petaled flowers....

(Gleason Early Elberta Peach, Peach, Yellow Freestone Peach)

Developed in Utah and introduced by Stark Nurseries in 1906, ‘Gleason Early Elberta’ has proven to be a superior choice for the western United States. Borne in abundance, its large, oblong fruits are 2 weeks earlier and somewhat less fuzzy than those of its parent, ‘Elberta’. The golden flesh of this freestone variety is delicious fresh, canned, or frozen. The fruits are preceded by a showy spring display of fragrant, pink flowers.

Peach trees prefer full sun and fertile, well-drained soil...