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Elberta Peach Tree
Tops for Canning
(5 customer reviews)
Firm, yellow-fleshed freestone is ideal for canning and is equally tasty fresh. Plump rose-blushed fruits have fabulous aroma and honey-sweet taste—absolutely bursting with flavor. Ripens mid to late Sept. Self-pollinating. Zones 5-8.
Planting Tip: Plant semi-dwarf peach trees about 12-14 feet apart, standards 20 feet apart.
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- Thursday, March 22, 2012
Reviewed By: debbie (worthington, pennsylvaina)
got my alberta peach trees last year growing great one has about 3 or 4 buds the other onr to many to count i'm very happy with my trees i will be getting more trees from gurneys thats for sure
- Thursday, May 06, 2010
Reviewed By: Loretta (Las Vegas, Nevada)
This is the second year growing great, but no blossoms yet.
- Sunday, April 04, 2010
Reviewed By: Chad Coursen (Narberth, Pennsylvania)
I am very satisfied with this semi-dwarf elberta peach tree. The very top of the tree got snipped off accidentally when it was first planted and it still grew vigorously. It is in its second year and already has 3 peach blossoms! Thanks Gurneys, I couldnt be more satisfied.
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