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(Peach, Yellow Freestone Peach, Yellow Peach)

Developed for the warm winter areas, this peach is ideal for the west. Bred in California’s northern Sierra Nevada foothills, this late blooming variety was developed to withstand the notorious late spring frosts of this otherwise warm region. Its fruit is far from perfect, rather irregularly shaped, which has reduced its marketability, but its orange-like flavor has kept it in cultivation for nearly a century. This is a smaller, moderately vigorous deciduous tree that bears upright branching with...

(Peach, Sam Houston Peach, Yellow Freestone Peach)

Released in 1965 by Texas A&M University, this peach has lower chilling requirements than many others, making it more suitable for warmer subtropical zones. It produces a generous late spring and early summer crop of sweet, juicy, red-blushed fruit with low acidity and superior flavor. A freestone variety, it is ideal for canning, baking, and eating fresh. Self-fertile, it does not require a second pollinator tree in order to produce fruit.

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

(Donut Peach, Peach, Saturn Peach, Yellow Freestone Peach)

Grown for its distinctive fruit as well as its showy flowers, ‘Saturn’ produces flattened peaches which has given rise to the nickname "doughnut peach." An expensive gourmet treat, it is well worth growing in the home garden. Fuzzy, blushed, thin skin surrounds its deliciously tender, sweet, juicy white flesh, which is ideal for eating fresh but less suitable for canning and preserving. The midsummer fruits are preceded by masses of large pink flowers in early spring.

Peach trees prefer full...

(Peach, Semi-Clingstone Peach, Sentinel 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....

(Clingstone Peach, Peach, Springold Peach)

Developed for the warm winter areas, this may be the earliest peach variety to ripen in Texas. It is ideal the subtropical regions of the south and southwest. Its origins are unclear bit it seems to be strong in the South. This variety produces smaller fruit with yellow skin blushed with red. 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 Springold, verify your area has adequate...

(Peach, Suwanee Peach, Yellow Freestone Peach)

Requiring less winter chill than most peaches, this is an ideal variety for areas such as the southern United States. It produces a generous early to midsummer crop of medium-sized fruit with yellow, red-blushed skin. A freestone variety, its sweet, firm, delicious flesh is suitable for canning, baking and eating fresh. 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....

(Peach, Tejon Peach, Yellow Freestone Peach)

This low chill variety was developed for the warm winter areas and makes a fine peach variety for gardens in the far west. It is named for a location in the southern San Joaquin Valley of California, one of the most productive of all peach growing regions. This variety produces medium fruit with yellow skin with red blush and slight fuzz. 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...

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

Developed for areas with relatively mild winters, 'Texstar' is an ideal peach for regions such as the southern United States. This semi-clingstone variety produces a generous late spring crop of medium-sized fruit with yellow, red-blushed skin. The sweet, firm, delicious flesh is suitable for canning, baking, and eating fresh. This self-fertile variety does not require a second pollinator tree in order to produce fruit.

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

(Peach, Tropic Beauty, Yellow Semi-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....

(Peach, White Freestone Peach, White 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....