The Top Recommended Varieties of Peaches

Peach (Prunus persica 'Elberta')

The town of Elberta, Utah, United States is named after this cultivar.

Peach (<i>Prunus persica</i> 'Elberta')
Peach (Prunus persica Flamin' Fury® PF-24C)

This tree survived a 4 day streak of minus 22 degrees F during its second winter after planting. It seems to be able to set fruit even after 4 or 5 mornings with temps below freezing while in bloom. The fruit is sweet and juicy and holds up well in canning. I recommend this tree for Northern growers who have not been able to grow other varieties of peaches. It requires thinning if you want larger fruit.

Peach (<i>Prunus persica</i> Flamin' Fury® PF-24C)
Peach (Prunus persica 'Carolina Belle')

This is one of the most delicious peaches I have ever eaten. It was very juicy, nice and sweet with the perfect amount of tartness for my taste.

Peach (<i>Prunus persica</i> 'Carolina Belle')

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