All in One
Height: 10 - 15'
Season: Late September early October
Description: Medium to large. Soft shelled with sweet good quality kernels. Heavy producer. Slow grower. Self-fertile
Height: 25 x 25’
Season: Late June
Description: Lare. Light greenish-yellow skin with slight red blush. Sweet slightly tart, crisp, creamy with flesh. Good for eating and baking. Recommended pollinizer: Dorsett Golden.
Description: Medium. Yellow with red stripes. Crisp and Juicy. Bears well in mild climate areas.
Height: 25 x25’
Season: Mid June to early July
Description: Medium to large. Yellow skin with orange-red blush. Firm, smooth, crisp flesh with sweet-tart flavor. Good pollinizer for Anna
Season: Early to mid-September
Description: Medium. Reddish0green color. Firm, crunchy, juicy, white flesh with excellent flavor. Will take summer heat.
Season: Late august to early September
Description: Medium. Conic to round shape. Golden yellow skin with reddish orange blush. Flesh is firm, crisp, sweet and juicy with excellent flavor. Will take summer heat.
Season: October to November
Description: Reddish-pink over green skin. Very crisp, sweet-tart, distinct flavor. Self-fertile.
Height: 20 x 20'
Season: Early May
Description: Heavy producer. Excellent quality for canning, drying or baking. Freestone. Self-fertile.
Height: 20 x 25’
Description: Great for mild winter areas. Fruit is large and very flavorful. Great for eating, drying, or canning. Self-fertile.
Season: June to July
Description: Medium to large, orange skin. Excellent taste. Fresh fruit canned or dehydrated. Heavy producer. Self-fertile.
Season: Early June - Mid July
Description: Apricot-plum hybrid, 75% Apricot 25% Plum. Good for fresh eating, canning, cooking or freezing. Tangy sweet fruit. Vigorous grower and heavy producer. Self-fertile.
Description: Low acid, super sweet red skinned and white fleshed fruit. Self-fertile. Thrives with deep watering three times per week.
Season: Mid to late May
Description: Heavy producer. Red skinw ith juicy yellow flesh. Semi-freestone. Heat tolerant. Requires well-draining soil and regular fretilization. Self-fertile.
Height: 10 -12' x 10 - 15'
Chill: 100 - 200
Season: Late May to June
Description: Large fruit with red skin and yellow flesh with excellent flavor. Self-fertile. Protect trunk from sunburn.
Season: Early July to early August
Description: Medium sized fruit. Red skin with golden flesh. Acidic and sugary sweet. Freestone. Heavy producer in mild winter areas.
Season: August - September
Description: Large, all-purpouse yellow sweet fruit. Thrives in coastal climates. Good for canning, fresh eating and drying. Freestone. Self-fertile.
Height: 15 - 20'’
Chill: 100 - 200
Description: Medium to large-sized yellow fruit. Sweet fine-flavored freestone. Self-fertile.
Chill: 150 - 200
Description: Delicious, sweet and tangy, semi-freestone when fully ripe. Very large peach with large flowers. Dessert quality. Self-fertile.
Height: 15 - 20'
Description: Medium to large, flavorful yellow fruit. Dessert quality. Self-fertile.
Height: 20 x 20’
Season: Early to mid- July
Description: Large. Yellow skin with red blush. Yellow fleshed freestone, red near pit. Sweet excellent peach flavor.
Description: Medium. Skin is white with red blush. White, sweet flesh. Good flavor. Freestone.
Description: Large, round, flattened. Reddish-orange skin. Good eating. Heavy producer.
Description: Very large. Skin bright orange-red covered with dark blotches. Great for cooking and baking.
Season: Early July - Mid August
Description: Reddish-purple skin, flesh deep red sweet. Self-fertile. Good for mild winter areas. Cold hardy.
Season: Mid June
Description: Large, oval. Purplish-red skin with blue bloom. Firm flesh, yellow to dark red. Tart flavor. Self-fertile.
Season: Late July to early August
Description: Large, nearly round. Dark, solid red skin. Firm, rather juicy, dark red flesh. Needs Santa Rosa for a pollinizer.
Chill: 300 - 400
Description; 75% Plum and 25% Apricot. Elongated green fruit with red blush. Crisp textrue and explosive flavor. Good for fresh eating and drying. Requires pollinizer: Sant Rosa Plum.