Ripening in late July, these sweet, freestone peaches are the perfect summer treat. They require approximately 800-900 chill hours and at least six hours of sunlight per day. Though peach trees are self-pollinating, planting another variety with a similar bloom time nearby will increase your yields.
- Produces medium-sized to large white, freestone peaches
- Ripens in July
- Requires 800-900 chill hours
- Bears fruit in three to five years
- Is self-pollinating
Spacing Guide for Fruit Trees