Peach Tree Month: See Our Top 4 to Celebrate!
It's National Peach Month! And what better way to celebrate than with the sweet summertime goodness of the Peach Tree?
Though summer's coming to a close, you can still plant these trees, or place them in containers to bring inside for the winter. So, pick your favorite (or two) and experience the home-grown flavor for yourself...there's nothing like biting into a fresh peach, straight off the branches. Check out our top 4!
Want to grow fruit but live in a cool climate? Enter the Frost Proof Peach Tree. While a late frost damages most fruit trees, the Frost Proof Peach remains unharmed and still produces a huge harvest.
Plus, because it's extremely pest and disease resistant, as well as drought tolerant, there's no hassle. You won't have to worry about harsh sprays, chemicals or excessive care. A little sun and water, and it's ready to grow.
Small gardens and tight indoor spaces are no match for the Bonfire Patio Peach. It lives up to its name and is known for its ability to produce delicious peaches without taking up a lot of room, particularly since it grows to only 4 or 5 feet in height.
And no matter how you enjoy your fruit - baking, storing or simply snacking right off the tree - you’ll be delighted. The Bonfire Patio's small stature belies its hassle-free, ultra-productive growth...and with our larger sizes, you could get sweet, succulent and sizable peaches in just one year or sooner.
If you've ever purchased peaches from the supermarket, you're familiar with the Elberta. This is the world's most famous peach, both for its taste and attractive color. But our nursery-grown Elberta Peach? The taste is incomparable. With your own tree, you'll get large, tasty peaches that are great for canning, snacking and baking.
And since Elberta Peach Trees are the most disease resistant peach trees on the market, growing your own organic bounties couldn't be easier. So, forget trips to the grocer - pick your own with the Elberta.
Harvest peaches of your own, even in the country's coldest climates. Because the Reliance Peach Tree is the coldest hardiest variety available, it won't be harmed by an early or especially cold winter.
It's called Reliance Peach for a reason - you can rely on its tolerance and durability despite tough weather or poor conditions. The Reliance keeps on fruiting, producing a harvest of up to 15 to 30 pounds each year.
And the Reliance's flavor is famous. Some peaches are overly tart, but these peaches are sweet and mild, with the firm texture expected from a perfect peach.
With our Peach Trees, you don't need a green thumb and you won't have to move to the country. No matter your homescape needs or your climate, you can experience the home-grown, delectable benefits of peaches yourself. After all, your Peach Tree has been grown and nurtured for these perks, long before shipping.