A hardy, reliable, delicious white-fleshed heirloom peach (1870) with disease resistance, excellent flavor, and firm but luscious flesh. Good for fresh eating and also a favored variety for canning and processing. A long-time popular freestone variety which is highly recommended for Southeastern growers because of the reliable production due to bud hardiness. Midseason July-August ripening. The favorite variety and most reliable peach of a local Louisville, KY organic fruit grower.
Uses: Excellent fresh eating, drying.
Resistant to: Very bud hardy with some resistance to bud freezing, late frosts, brown rot and bacterial spot. Guardian roostock imparts nematode resistance.
Pollination: Self fruitful but will yield better with other varieties nearby.
Our peaches fruit quickly in 2-3 seasons from planting.
Plant Size: 1-Year 3-4 ft tall Bare-Root Tree
Our peaches fruit quickly in only 2 seasons from planting under good conditions.