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(O'Henry Peach, Peach, Yellow Freestone Peach)

For home gardeners not fond of the fuzzy peach skin, this smoother variety may prove the perfect fresh fruit. Bred in California for the mild western climate, this superior peach asks for far less winter chilling than many other varieties. It’s a great choice for home gardens selected from open pollinated seedlings by Grant Merrill and introduced in 1968. Some believe the ancestry may include a nectarine. This variety produces medium to large size fruit with a showy deep red skin. It is a moderately...

(Peach, Pix Zee Peach, Yellow Freestone Peach)

Ideal for small yards and gardens, this dwarf peach tree produces a nice crop of medium to large fruit. Attractive, red-blushed skin hides the sweet firm yellow flesh. Ripening in early summer, this freestone variety boasts superior flavor and is ideal for canning, freezing and fresh eating. Self-fertile, it does not require a second pollinator tree in order to produce fruit.

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

(Peach, Polly Peach, White Clingstone Peach)

A white flesh peach is never so sweet as the moment it is picked. For that reason even the best store bought fruit fails to compare with those you grow at home. Polly is considered the most winter hardy of all white flesh varieties due to its origin in Iowa. Its complex ancestry traces back to the wild peach of China, a small deciduous tree that has been selected since ancient times for larger and sweeter fruit. This semi-dwarf peach tree produces a small branched canopy of bright green lance shaped...

(Freestone Peach, Peach, Yellow Freestone Peach)

Blooming later than most peach varieties, 'Ranger' is relatively impervious to spring frosts. This vigorous performer produces an early summer crop of large, firm, red-blushed fruit with delicious flavor. The luscious flesh separates easily from the pit, and is ideal for canning, baking and fresh eating. Self-fertile, 'Ranger' does not require a second pollinator tree in order to produce fruit.

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

(Freestone Peach, Peach, Yellow Freestone Peach)

This peach is a double delight, rivaling any ornamental flowering tree while bearing a heavy crop of large, sweet fruit. Its contribution to the landscape makes it the very best value for a home garden fruit tree for warm winter regions Bred for the mild western climate, this superior peach asks for far less winter chilling than many other varieties, expanding its cultivation into the tropical belt. This variety produces large fruit with a showy deep red skin. It is a moderately vigorous deciduous...

(Freestone Peach, Peach, Yellow Freestone Peach)

The bright yellow flesh of ‘Red Globe’ is bruise resistant, suiting it well for canning. A fine choice for home gardens, this freestone variety ripens its large, sweet, red-blushed peaches in midsummer. They are also good for pies, preserves, or eating fresh. Self-fertile, it does not require a second pollinator tree in order to produce a crop.

Peach trees prefer full sun and fertile, well-drained soil which receives regular moisture. Periodic fertilizing is beneficial for good fruit production....

(Peach, Redhaven Peach, Yellow Freestone Peach)

Introduced in 1940, this classic variety is valued for its vigor and its heavy yields of luscious, high quality fruit. Ripening in early summer, its red-blushed, nearly fuzzless peaches have firm, orange-yellow flesh that is very sweet and juicy. Popular for market sales, the freestone fruits are ideal for canning, baking and fresh eating. Self-fertile, 'Redhaven' does not require a second pollinator tree in order to produce a crop.

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

(Peach, Red Skin Peach, Yellow Freestone Peach)

A popular peach for commercial orchards and home gardens in the western United States, this vigorous cultivar produces a generous midsummer crop of medium-sized, red-blushed fruit whose firm, delicious flesh is ideal for canning, baking and fresh eating. A freestone variety, it is self-fertile and does not require a second pollinator tree in order to produce fruit.

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

(Peach, Reliance Peach, Yellow Freestone Peach)

This cold-hardy peach is a great choice for areas with rigorous winters. A freestone variety, it produces an early summer crop of softly blushed peaches with sweet, juicy, pale-yellow flesh. They are suitable for canning, baking, and eating fresh. Self-fertile, 'Reliance' does not require a second pollinator tree in order to produce fruit.

Peach trees prefer full sun and fertile, well-drained soil which receives regular moisture. Periodic fertilizing is beneficial for good fruit production....

(Peach, Yellow Freestone Peach, Yellow Peach)

Developed for the warm winter areas, this peach is ideal for the south and southwest. Bred in Texas where the winter is mild, this superior peach expands its cultivation into the sub-tropical belt. This variety produces large fruit with yellow skin blushed with red that may be susceptible to bacterial leaf spot. It is a moderately vigorous deciduous tree that bears upright branching with curved, bright green lance shaped, leaves that turn yellow in the fall. Before selecting Rio Grande, verify your...