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babcock

Babcock

Standard

Best known white peach. Medium. Sweet, juicy, white flesh. Heavy bearer. Semi-clingstone. Low chilling. (350-400 hours).
Ripens: Early July

bonanza

Bonanza

Dwarf

Medium to large. Yellow flesh. Freestone. Profuse production. Attractive, pink spring bloom. Tree height 5-6 ft. Good for mild winter areas. (450 hours).
Ripens: Mid to Late June

elberta

Elberta

Semi-Dwarf

Large, usually elongated. Yellow flesh, very rich and sweet. Freestone. Self-fertile. (800 hours).
Ripens: Late June to Early July

empress

Empress

Dwarf

Outstanding peach due to its delicious, mouth watering, sweet flavor. Large. Pink to red skin so outstanding in color that it appears to glow. Yellow, juicy flesh. Clingstone. Gorgeous pink spring blooms. Most cold hardy of genetic dwarf peaches. Tree height 4-5 ft. (850 hours).
Ripens: Late July to Early August

hale haven

Hale Haven

Semi-Dwarf

Large. Fairly firm, yellow flesh. Excellent for eating fresh right off the tree. Not recommended for shipping, but great for homeowners. Red at pit. Winter and frost hardy. Sets heavier every other year. Freestone. Self-fertile. (750-800 hours).
Ripens: Late June to Early July

ranger

Ranger

Semi-Dwarf

Large. Sweet, yellow flesh. Late blooming. Good for cold climates. Heavy producer. Freestone. Self-fertile. (900 hours).
Ripens: Early July, one week after Red Haven

red haven

Red Haven

Semi-Dwarf

Medium to large. Firm, sweet, yellow flesh. Good for cold climates. Freestone when fully ripe. Hangs well on tree when ripe. Developed at the South Haven Research Station in Michigan in the 1950's. It became the #1 commercial peach because it was the first peach of the season used for canning. Self-fertile. (900 hours).
Ripens: Late June

reliance

Reliance

Semi-Dwarf

Medium. Firm, yellow flesh. Good flavor. Productive. Beautiful, late bloom. Extremely hardy. Freestone. Self-fertile. (750-800 hours).
Ripens: Late June, about 3 weeks before Elberta