Peach trees in our list this year range further and wider than ever before, – white fleshed peaches, yellow fleshed peaches, clingstone peaches, fresh eatering peaches, dwarf peach trees, standard sized peach trees…something for everyone.
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Out of stockThe Peachcot is a great eating fruit, early maturing. The flavour is between a peach and an apricot.
Out of stockA peacharine is a cross between a peach and a nectarine, with large, highly coloured fruit, yellow flesh and an excellent flavour. Self fertile.
Out of stockOrion peach is the earliest peach in our list by a fair way ripening well before anything else. Ripens: Nov/Dec Pollinate with: Self fertile
Dwarf Blackboy peach
Out of stockDwarf Blackboy peach is a two metre high form of what is currently one of our most sought after peaches, well loved by New Zealanders, this peach, also called Peche de Vigne, or Black peach, has a deeply dark mysterious looking flesh, with terrific peach flavour, a real novelty on genuine dwarfing rootstock Ripens: Late February Pollinate with: Self fertile
Out of stockBlackboy peach is currently one of our most sought after peaches, well loved by New Zealanders, this peach, also called Peche de Vigne, or Black peach, has a deeply dark mysterious looking flesh, with terrific peach flavour, a real novelty Ripens: Late February Pollinate with: Self fertile
Out of stockElberta peach is a very old variety and very popular with the common people, yellow melting flesh, flavour superb when grown organically, can be eaten fresh, bottles well, and even dries successfully Ripens: mid/late February Pollinate with: Self fertile
Pullar Cling peach
Out of stockOriginating in our home territory, with the Pullar orchard family at Cobram, the Pullar Cling peach is a late ripening yellow fleshed peach with red staining round the stone, great fresh eating, big and juicy, and heavy producer... bottle the excess Ripening: Feb/March Pollinate with: Self fertile
China Flat peach
Out of stockAnother 'Donut' type peach, the China Flat peach is the flattest of them all, white fleshed peach, low winter chill hours, will cope with humidity in warmer northern climates (also suits coastal planting), greenish skin tinted red, slipstone Pollinate with: Self fertile Chill hours: approx 200 hours (low)
Dwarf Anzac peach
Out of stockDwarf peach tree, growing to 2 metres high, white fleshed peach, the Anzac peach, ripens early - mid season, red skin on cream and green background, the flesh is lovely and soft, with more of a greener white colour, juicy, and excellent flavour Ripens: January Pollinate with: Self fertile
Out of stockDonut peach is a unique yellow fleshed fruit, with a flattened centre - a genuine donut shape, with a mild sweet flavour, and a little bit of crunch Ripens: January