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Out of Season Elberta Peach Tree

Elberta Peach Tree

Tops for Canning


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. Not available in CA, CO, ID, OR, WA.
Planting Tip: Plant semi-dwarf peach trees about 12-14 feet apart, standards 20 feet apart.

  • Zone 5 - 8 (-10° F.).
  • Height Standard - 18 - 20 feet. Semi dwarf - 8 - 10 feet.
  • Shade Required Full sun.

Plants are not available in AE AK CA CO GU HI ID OR PR WA

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  • Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Elberta'
  • Height: Standard - 18 - 20 feet. Semi dwarf - 8 - 10 feet.
  • Spacing: 15 - 20 feet.
  • Depth: Plant with graft union 2 inches above soil surface.
  • Spread: Standard- 20 feet. Semi-dwarf - 12 - 14 feet.
  • Sun/Shade: Full sun.
  • Pollinator: Self-pollinating.
  • Yield: Approximately 2 - 5 bushels at maturity for Standard, 1 - 3 bushels for Semi-dwarf.
  • Color: Pink.
  • Foliage: Green foliage.
  • Blooms: April.
  • Fruit: Large, yellow fruit with a crimson blush.
  • Form: Deciduous. Upright.
  • Flower Form: Light pink blossoms.
  • Soil Requirements: Well-drained soil, organic, sandy loam soil.
  • Growth Rate: Medium growth rate.
  • Pruning: At planting, cut the main whip stem back by up to one third at a fat bud and prune side branches until you have removed about a third of the total wood. Also, trim away any broken or damaged roots. This will help balance the branch structure with the remaining roots and get your tree off to a healthier start. Second and third year pruning determines shape and prevents development of bad crotches. Pruning of fruit trees is best done during the dormant period. Summer pruning, except for the remov
  • Comments: Juicy, yellow freestone flesh. Fruit is very high quality. Fruit tends to drop at maturity. Excellent shipper.

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