A Healthy DonutSweet, juicy, white, mild distinct flavor, with clingstone flesh. Donut™ Peach or Stark Saturn (Also known as Peento, Saucer, Peentau, or Doughnut) is a distinctively shaped peach originally grown in Asia.It has a doughnut-shaped “flat” fruit with a sunken center and plump outer edge. It is smaler and flatter than other peaches. Its’ juicy white flesh is less acidic than other donuts and has a faintly almond taste.The Donut Peach is reliable and known for its dependable yields. It is a winter-hardy tree that bears heavy crops of fruit that measures 2 1/4 to 2 3/4 inches in diameter. It is self-fruitful and ripens in late June or early July in central California, and in some climates, it ripens in August. It requires an estimated 400-500 hours of chilling.*Doughnut Shape*Dependable Heavy Harvest*Winter Hardy.
Exceptional, Cold Climate Peach TreeGolden Jubilee Peach Tree is a mid-season, fruit-bearing tree particularly valued in cold climates. One would look spectacular in a sunny, side yard or near a window where you can enjoy watching your peaches ripen.Your Golden Jubilee produces freestone peaches with beautiful yellow flesh that is sweet and juicy. It provides its harvest in abundance in July, and is perfect for canning or eating right off your tree. Even the peach itself is lovely, an adorable scarlet blush against a yellow background setting it off perfectly amid the vibrant, green foliage. As an added bonus, pink-tinted blossoms appear in spring, their heady fragrance a welcoming invitation to your yard’s pollinators. The lance-shaped, slightly curving leaves transition to a lively yellow for autumn. Golden Jubilee Peach Tree grows 15 to 25 feet in height with an 8 to 20 foot spread. It adopts a rounded shape with maturity. Golden Jubilee is a fast-growing tree and can adapt to a variety of soil conditions—including cold climates. Peach trees are often considered one of the best for home gardeners because of their adaptability, and among peach tree varieties, Golden Jubilee is a choice pick. * Delicious peaches * Freestone * Adaptable to a variety of soils * Fast growing * Self-pollinating * Cold tolerant.
Outstanding Peach with Unique Features Scarlett Halo Peach is a variety of peach noted for its superb flavor and scarlet-colored flesh. Plant one where you’re sure to enjoy the daily view of your delicious fruit ripening on its branches. This variety is particularly great for lawns with limited space, or if you’d like to plant several together. Its columnar shape ensures that it can fit well even in a small yard. Often considered the most popular fruit in the nation, peach trees are always a delight to behold, and your Scarlett Halo Peach is no exception. The tree itself maintains an upright form with gorgeous pink-tinted, spring blossoms. The flowers bloom before the tree leafs out, ensuring an eye-popping display of floral brilliance. As the season progresses, you’re sure to enjoy witnessing those blooms transform to a bountiful harvest, resplendent in the scarlet-hued brilliance of your succulent fruit. Peach trees usually produce round fruit, but your Scarlett Halo is unique in that its fruit has a more compressed appearance, resulting in it being referred to as a “doughnut” peach. This special shape, coupled with the bright scarlet coloring of both the skin and flesh of your fruit, adds to the allure of this one-of-a-kind peach variety. Your peaches are ripe and ready to eat in early August, as sweet and juicy as any peach you’ve ever tasted. Enjoy them right off the tree, still warm from the sun’s rays, or use them in pies, preserves or any number of other culinary delights. The Scarlett Halo Peach is certainly a delightful tree for almost any landscape, and a must-have for any peach-loving gardener. * Delicious, uniquely-shaped fruit * Columnar-shaped tree.
Sweet, Low Acid PeachWhite Lady Peach Tree is a fruit producing tree with luscious fruit. Plant one in a sunny location in your front yard where you can witness its splendor spring through fall.The White Lady Peach tree is among the best of the new low acid, high sugar, white peaches. The aroma is heavenly and the flavor sublime. In fact, it was one of the top scoring varieties at a blind fruit tasting event.The red-skinned peaches (with a cream background), are medium to large, very firm, and freestone. By late July you’ll be ready to harvest these delectable delights. Eat them fresh off the tree or save some for later. They have good storage and shipping qualities, so you don’t have to worry about them spoiling before you can use them all.Aside from its superior fruit, White Lady Peach produces stunningly beautiful pink flowers making it a spring ornamental tree along with its fruit bearing capabilities! There’s nothing like a peach tree right outside your window. From spring until fall, it’s a delight to behold.White Lady Peach is a deciduous tree that will grow to about 18 feet in height. It doesn’t require a pollinator to produce fruit so you can try just one if you don’t have much space. It’s an outstanding tree that provides superior fruit. Why not try a White Lady Peach today!* Exceptional fruit * Low acid white peach * Ornamental interest * Self pollinating.
Winter Hardy PeachPolly White peach is one of the most winter hardy peach varieties available, and provides a harvest of exceptional flavor. Plant several in a sunny location along your house for a decorative look as well as a tasty treat right in your own yard.Sometimes said to be as white as snow and as sweet as honey, this exceptional peach has all the characteristics you’re seeking.Each medium-sized, ripe fruit features white skin delicately blushed with a crimson hue. The white flesh contains a high sugar content, creating a sweet flavored, low-tartness effect that is sure to please.The freestone nature of the Polly White ensures that it’s also easy to work with for cooking, the flesh falling easily away from the pit.The Polly Peach tree was developed in Iowa and is hardy to –20 degrees Fahrenheit. This tree blooms late so it’s not as susceptible to late frosts. It doesn’t require a pollinator, and your fruit will be ready for harvest by mid-summer.A white fleshed peach is never as sweet as it is when freshly picked. A store bought Polly peach will fail to compare to the one you pick from your own yard!* Fruit with exceptional flavor * Cold Hardy * Low Acid * Self Pollinating.
Succulent Fruit on an Ornamental TreeBelle of Georgia Peach Tree, Prunus persica, is a fruit-bearing with decorative features. Plant one near a front entrance to ensure a beautiful spring display and bountiful fall harvest of delicious fruit.Your Belle of Georgia Peach Trees is more than just a fruit-producing tree. This tree proves that edibles can be both ornamental and delicious! Belle of Georgia produces large, firm fruit with blushed red skins and yellow-cream highlights. The fruit is sweet and succulent, perfect for eating right off the tree, baking or canned for winter use.Belle of Georgia Peach Tree is particularly noted for its abundance of pink, springtime blossoms which are sure to transform your yard into a spectacular welcome for the coming summer. With their enchanting color and delicate scent, the flowers are a strong draw to butterflies and other pollinators for your yard. The summer foliage fills out the tree nicely, making for a delightful shade tree that offers relief for the heat of summer. There are few things as enjoyable as lying under your very own peach tree and gazing at the developing fruit as it dangles amid the branches. The late August harvest ensures you time for enjoying your peaches for their ornamental value long before you even harvest them to partake of their outstanding quality and delicious flavor.Belle of Georgia Peach Trees reach up to 25 feet in height with a spread of 20 feet. It’s a hardy tree, disease resistant and self pollinating. This is a tree that will provide you with a large harvest with very little care needed on your part. If you love peaches, this is the tree for you!* Heavy producer of fruit* Ornamental* Hardy.
Award Winner as The Best-Flavored PeachHarken Peach is a deciduous, fruit-bearing tree. Plant one in an open, sunny area in sight of an often-passed window so you’re sure to see your perfect peaches ripen on this beautiful fruit tree.Your Harken Peach Tree is best known for the superior quality of peach it produces mid-season. Each delightfully fuzzy, large peach has a bright red, yellow-mottled skin. The flesh is yellow, very sweet and resistant to browning. Harken bears a regular crop of freestone peaches suitable for canning and other uses. However, its favorite use is often eating it right from the tree! For optimal storage, pick fruit before it is table ripe. The Harken Peach Tree is admired almost as much for its beauty and fragrant blossoms as it is for its fruit. The delicate peach blossoms appear in late winter/early spring along the subtle grey branches, even before the leaves emerge. It’s an exciting beginning to the upcoming harvest.Harken Peach is an extremely vigorous tree, attaining a mature size of 18 feet with an equal spread. It will bear large crops. You can help it along with some pruning, which will encourage new growth and help it to maintain the size you prefer. Harken is self-fruitful, so you can start with just one tree if you like.All in all, Harken Peach is an outstanding choice for a lovely fruit tree that also produces exceptionally delicious peaches.* Outstanding harvest * Spring display * Cold hardy.
Late Peach that Stores WellO’Henry Peach, Prunus persica ‘O’ Henry, is a fruit tree that produces delicious fruit. Plant one in a sunny location in view of a window or patio. There are few things as delightful as watching one’s own fruit tree as it progresses toward its sumptuous harvest each summer!Your O’Henry Peach Tree is of course best known for the fruit it provides. Large, firm and slightly fuzzy, it will be a satisfying handful on harvest day in August. Even the outer appearance of this peach is outstanding, a lovely contrast to the green foliage as the red globes dangle amid the branches. You won’t have any complaints about the flavor either. The yellow-fleshed, semi-freestone fruit is streaked with red hues and as sweet and juicy as you could hope for. It’s superb eaten right off the tree, still warm from the sun’s rays, but also keeps well on the kitchen counter. It can even be easily frozen for future use.O’Henry Peach Tree is a strong, vigorous tree. It will grow to about fifteen feet tall with a fourteen foot spread. It’s a heavy-bearing tree, and self-fruitful as well. The fruit is a favorite for shipping, and often chosen for its durability. O’Henry is a Peach Leaf Curl resistant variety, and generally disease resistant.Overall, O’Henry Peach is an excellent choice for a peach that’s reliable and of high quality. With its self-fruitful feature, you can plant just one…but we’re sure that once you’ve tried one, you’ll be back for more!* Excellent fruit for storage and flavor * Late maturity * Stores well * Disease resistant.
Full sized peaches in a tiny space!Do you long to be able to go into the backyard and pick fresh peaches for homemade peach cobbler? Why don’t you do that?Oh, you don’t have room in your yard for a peach tree.Guess what?Now you do!Crimson Rocket Peach Tree (Prunus persica ‘Crimson Rocket(TM)(USPP# 15216)’ is perfectly sized for urban gardens, patio containers and balcony planters. It only grows 10-15 feet high and 5-6 feet wide – a much tighter profile, but the same great yields as bigger peach trees. And they don’t need a pollinator! One tree will produce armloads of big, sweet, juicy peaches – plenty to keep for pies, preserves and fresh eating and plenty to give away to the neighbors! They will give you their first crop one to two years after planting and grow 1-2 feet per year. The easy to grow peaches are firm, large and freestone and ripen early in the season. The trees are small enough that you could have your own urban orchard of Crimson Rocket Peach trees. Farmer’s Market here we come!Great for the beginning hobby orchardist and seasoned fruit growers alike, these small, columnar (not dwarf) trees will give you years of full-sized juicy peaches with ease. Imagine picking them from your patio, your kitchen garden or your balcony.Order yours today and enjoy the sweet nectar of summer peaches from your own yard, no matter what size it is!* Very easy care* Tight profile* Perfect in containers* Full-sized juicy, yellow-fleshed peaches* Spring flowers.
Beautiful Spring Color and Abundant FruitWould you believe 150 pounds of peaches from one tree in a season? The Elberta Peach (Prunus persica ‘Elberta’) can deliver that and so much more. This is certainly one of the most beautiful, and useful peach trees you could own. They herald spring with beautiful scarlet-pink flowers. Come August, they are heavy-laden with the most beautiful peaches you’ve ever seen.Besides being beautiful, Elberta peaches are juicy and one of the easiest peaches to eat. They have one of the smallest freestone pits and some of the thickest, juiciest flesh of any peach on the market.The Elberta Peach is a compact tree, growing to 15-30 feet with equal spread, so it won’t take up too much of your planting space. It is disease and insect resistant and quite adaptable to various soil types, so you won’t have to fuss much with it.It is even self-fruitful, but it will give you more fruit if you have a pollinizer nearby, like the Red Haven Peach.Prized for the large, sweet, juicy fruit and great for canning, preserves, pies or eating out of hand, you’ll want to plant them where your neighbors can see them. (Sharing with your neighbors is optional!) These trees are always in high demand. Order now before they sell out! * Our best-selling peach tree!* Compact tree perfect for a suburban yard * Large freestone fruit * Disease and insect resisant.