Prunus persica, Peach
Pollination
  Self-fertile
Ripens
  70 to 150 days after bloom
Chill Hours
  150 - 1100
pH
  Prefers slightly acidic soil (6.1 - 6.5).
Tolerant
  Intolerant of saline soil

Peach trees can survive down to at least zone 5a (-15F to -20F), but the flower buds of many are only hardy down to roughly -5F to -12F, depending on the weather of the previous few days.  Bud hardiness begins around -5F (zone 6b), but they develop a few extra degrees of hardiness, down to -12F, for every day the temperature is below 29F.  If the temperature rises above freezing once again, even for just a few hours, the process restarts.  

Cold hardy varieties can survive down to zone 4 (somewhere between -20F to -30F) and frequently bear after experiencing zone 5a/4b temperatures (-15F to -25F), however, fruit set tends to be very light.   Some of them may be able to fruit after experiencing temperatures close to -30F, but in other, possibly more likely, cases, the tree will end up dying.   Cold hardy varieties also tend to be late blooming or have frost resistant flower buds.  

Plum Curculio attack peaches less often than plums and nectarines because the fuzz acts as a deterrent.

Peachtree Borers will feed on many prunus species, but they are an especially significant pest for peaches due to their softer wood.   They will bore into the first 6" of the trunk (in height).   Lesser Peachtree Borers will target damaged wood (such as from canker) at any height, but there is less mention of this species, causing me to think they aren't usually as destructive (this could be wrong).   The fast growth rate of peach trees helps prevent the borers from killing the tree, but often times, especially with the absence of fertilizer, this isn't enough, so you may need to use some form of control.

Peach leaf curl is a problem in areas that experience cool and wet winter or spring conditions, but you can help avoid the problem by planting disease resistant varieties.   You can still get peaches if you ignore peach leaf curl altogether, the tree just won't be as productive, and if the disease is severe year after year, it may eventually kill the tree.  In some regions, such as the Willamette Valley, disease resistant varieties will still struggle, so you may have to resort to spraying.

There are multiple types of canker a peach tree can get, and there is likely a lot of confusion behind which one resistant varieties are resistant to, so I'm just going to use "canker" to imply it's resistant to at least one of them.   I may take a deeper look into this later.




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Peach
Prunus persica

Autumn Rose

Developed in New Zealand.
Color
:
white and red flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf curl.

Autumn Star

Developed in Michigan, PP14439 (2001).
Zone
:
5a?
Ripens
🍏:
late (very late)   :   5 to 6 weeks after Redhaven

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.

Avalon Pride

chance seedling.  Discovered in Issaquah, Washington.
Zone
:
5b?
Ripens
🍏:
early   :   roughly 1.5 weeks before Redhaven

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
semi-freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf curl.

Babcock

Ripens
🍏:
early-mid?   :   1 week after Redhaven?
Chill
:
250-300

Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
freestone

Baby Crawford

Blooms
💮:
late
Ripens
🍏:
late   :   3 to 3.5 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
800

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf curl?

Belle Of Georgia

seedling of Chinese Cling
Zone
:
5?
Ripens
🍏:
mid-late   :   roughly 4 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
800-850

Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.

Biscoe

Raritan Rose x Redskin.  Developed in North Carolina (1969).
Zone
:
5a?
Blooms
💮:
late?
Ripens
🍏:
mid-late   :   3.5 to 4 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
850

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.

Black Boy

Color
:
red flesh
Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf curl.

Blushingstar

Zone
:
5?
Blooms
💮:
mid-late?   :   somewhat frost resistant
Ripens
🍏:
mid-late   :   3 weeks after Redhaven

Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to bacterial spot?

BuenOs

H15-20-90258 x A34-160-782118.  Developed in New Jersey, PP19273 (2007).
Blooms
💮:
  .......   :   pollen sterile
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   1 week before Redhaven

Texture
:
melting, firm flesh
Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
semi-freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.
donut peach

BuenOs II

Developed in New Jersey, PP20128 (2006).
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   0.5 weeks before Redhaven
Texture
:
non-melting, firm flesh, light fuzz
Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
clingstone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.
donut peach

Canadian Harmony

Introduced in Ontario, Canada (1968).
Zone
:
5a?
Blooms
💮:
  .......   :   frost sensitive
Ripens
🍏:
mid   :   roughly 2 weeks after Redhaven

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Susceptible to bacterial spot.

Carolina Gold

Biscoe x NC-C5S-067 (Encore x Calanda San Miguel 2383).  Originated in North Carolina, PP17780 (2004).
Zone
:
5a?
Blooms
💮:
late
Ripens
🍏:
mid-late   :   4 to 4.5 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
1050

Texture
:
light fuzz
Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to bacterial spot.

Challenger

Redhaven x (Reliance x Biscoe).  Originated in North Carolina, PP12375 (1999).
Zone
:
5a
Blooms
💮:
late
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   1 week after Redhaven
Chill
:
950

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.

Champion

Oldmixon Free x Early York.  Originated in Illinois (1880).
Zone
:
5a
Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
semi-freestone

Charlotte

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
semi-freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf curl and canker.

China Pearl

Contender x PI 134401.  Developed in North Carolina, PP11914 (1998).
Zone
:
5a? (5b)
Blooms
💮:
late
Ripens
🍏:
late   :   4.5 to 5 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
900-1100

Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Somewhat susceptible to bacterial spot?

Contender

Winblo x NC64 (Summercrest x Redhaven)?  Introduced in North Carolina (1987-1989).
Zone
:
5a
Blooms
💮:
late
Ripens
🍏:
mid-late   :   3 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
1050

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to bacterial spot.

Coralstar

Blooms
💮:
  .......   :   frost sensitive?
Ripens
🍏:
mid   :   1.5 to 2.5 weeks after Redhaven

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.

Cresthaven

(Kalhaven x SH50) x Southhaven.  Introduced in Michigan (1963).
Zone
:
5a
Blooms
💮:
  .......   :   frost sensitive
Ripens
🍏:
mid-late   :   3.5 to 4 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
850

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to bacterial spot.

Earlistar

Blooms
💮:
mid-late?   :   somewhat frost resistant
Ripens
🍏:
early (very early)   :   2.5 to 3 weeks before Redhaven
Stone
:
semi-freestone

Early Charlotte

Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf curl.

Early Elberta

Alias
:
July Alberta
Zone
:
5?
Ripens
🍏:
mid?   :   1.5 to 2 weeks after Redhaven?
Chill
:
400 - 500

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone

Early Redhaven

bud mutation of Redhaven
Blooms
💮:
late?   :   frost resistant
Ripens
🍏:
early   :   1 to 2 weeks before Redhaven

Eden

Champion x Raritan Rose
Zone
:
5?
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   1 week after Redhaven

Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
freestone

Elberta

seedling of Chinese Cling.  Introduced in Georgia (1889).
Zone
:
5
Ripens
🍏:
mid-late (late)   :   4 to 5 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
600

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to bacterial spot.

Empress Dwarf

Zone
:
5?   :   6+
Chill
:
850

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
clingstone
Tree Size
:
dwarf, 4-5ft tree

Encore

Consists of Autumnglo, Krasvynos, and White Hale.  Developed in New Jersey, Introduced in 1980.
Zone
:
5a?
Blooms
💮:
late?   :   frost resistant
Ripens
🍏:
late   :   5 weeks after Redhaven

Color
:
yellow flesh
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to bacterial spot.

Flat Wonderful

B7-6-151-752080 x NJF4.  Developed in New Jersey, PP16836 (2005).
Blooms
💮:
late
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   around Redhaven

Texture
:
light fuzz
Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
clingstone
donut peach

Fortyniner

J H Hale x ?
Ripens
🍏:
mid-late   :   3 to 4 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
700

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf curl?
Susceptible to bacterial spot.

Frost

Zone
:
5?
Blooms
💮:
late?
Ripens
🍏:
mid   :   roughly 1.5 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
700

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
semi-freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf curl.

Galaxy

Introduced in California (2003).
Blooms
💮:
early
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   around Redhaven, possibly +/- 1 week (fairly contradicting reports)
Chill
:
450 - 600

Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
clingstone
donut peach

Garnet Beauty

bud mutation of Redhaven.  Introduced in Ruthven, Ontario (1958).
Zone
:
5a
Blooms
💮:
late
Ripens
🍏:
early   :   1.5 to 2 weeks before Redhaven
Stone
:
clingstone or semi-freestone

Giant Babcock

Babcock x Early Elberta
Ripens
🍏:
mid?   :   2 weeks after Redhaven?
Chill
:
500

Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
freestone

Glohaven

Introduced in Michigan.
Blooms
💮:
mid-late?   :   somewhat frost resistant?
Ripens
🍏:
mid   :   roughly 2 weeks after Redhaven
Texture
:
light fuzz

Gloria

Developed in New Jersey. PP18224
Ripens
🍏:
mid-late   :   4 weeks after Redhaven
Texture
:
hard flesh
Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.

Glowingstar

Zone
:
5
Ripens
🍏:
mid-late   :   3.5 to 4 weeks after Redhaven

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.

Gold Dust

Ripens
🍏:
very early? (early)   :   3 weeks before Redhaven?
Chill
:
550

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
semi-freestone
Gold Dust has a very good reputation when it comes to very early ripening peaches (most tend to produce poor quality fruit).

Halehaven

J H Hale x Southhaven
Zone
:
5
Ripens
🍏:
mid?   :   2.5 weeks after Redhaven?
Chill
:
900

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone

Harcrest

(J H Hale x Massasoit) x Sunhigh.  Introduced in Ontario (1983).
Zone
:
5a
Ripens
🍏:
mid-late?   :   3.5 weeks after Redhaven?

Texture
:
light fuzz?
Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to bacterial spot.   Somewhat resistant to canker and brown rot?

Harken

Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   around Redhaven
Chill
:
800

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone

Harrow Dawn

Ripens
🍏:
early   :   roughly 2 weeks before Redhaven
Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
semi-freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant or Somewhat resistant to bacterial spot.   Somewhat resistant to canker?

Harrow Diamond

Redskin x Harbinger.  Developed in Ontario.
Zone
:
5?
Blooms
💮:
mid-late?
Ripens
🍏:
early (very early)   :   2.5 to 3.5 weeks before Redhaven

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant or Somewhat resistant to bacterial spot, brown rot, and canker.   Resistant to leaf curl?

Heath Cling

Ripens
🍏:
very late   :   roughly 11 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
600

Texture
:
hard flesh
Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
clingstone

Indian Free

Alias
:
Blood Free
Zone
:
5a? (5b)   :   grow season may not be long enough to ripen Indian Free in most zone 5 areas
Blooms
💮:
late   :   pollen sterile
Ripens
🍏:
very late   :   roughly 8 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
700

Color
:
white and red flesh, tan skin
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf curl.  
Very susceptible to brown rot?

Intrepid

Redhaven x (Reliance x Biscoe).  Developed in North Carolina, PP12357 (1999).
Zone
:
5a
Blooms
💮:
late
Ripens
🍏:
mid   :   roughly 2 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
1000+

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.

J H Hale

Ripens
🍏:
mid-late (late)   :   4 to 5 weeks after Redhaven
Texture
:
light fuzz

Johnboy

bud mutation of Loring.  Discovered in Pennsylvania (1981).
Blooms
💮:
  .......   :   frost sensitive
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   roughly 0.5 weeks after Redhaven

Color
:
yellow flesh
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.

La Feliciana

Originated in Louisiana (1980).
Ripens
🍏:
mid   :   roughly 1.5 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
400 - 550

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot and brown rot.

Lady Nancy

bud mutation of Jersey Queen.  Discovered in New Jersey, introduced in (1989).
Zone
:
6
Blooms
💮:
early?
Ripens
🍏:
mid-late   :   4 to 4.5 weeks after Redhaven

Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Susceptible to bacterial spot.
Lady Nancy has a decent amount of acidity which is uncommon for white peaches.

Loring

Frank x Halehaven
Ripens
🍏:
mid   :   2.5 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
750

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.

Madison

Ideal x Redhaven.  Developed in Virginia (1963).
Zone
:
5a
Blooms
💮:
late
Ripens
🍏:
mid-late   :   3.5 to 4 weeks after Redhaven

Texture
:
light fuzz
Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone

Mary Jane

chance seedling.  Discovered in Washington.
Zone
:
5b
Blooms
💮:
late?   :   frost resistant?
Ripens
🍏:
mid?   :   roughly 1.5 weeks after Redhaven?
Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf curl.

McKay

chance seedling.  Discovered in Wisconsin.
Alias
:
Wisconsin Balmer?
Zone
:
5a
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid?   :   around Redhaven?

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone

Muir

Discovered in California around 1880.
Blooms
💮:
late
Ripens
🍏:
mid-late   :   roughly 3 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
600 - 700

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf curl.

Nanaimo

Developed in Canada.
Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Very resistant to leaf curl.

O'Henry

Merill Bonanza x open pollination.  Introduced in Red Bluff, California (1970).
Zone
:
6
Blooms
💮:
  .......   :   frost sensitive
Ripens
🍏:
late   :   roughly 5 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
750

Texture
:
light fuzz
Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Susceptible to bacterial spot.

Oregon Curl Free

Ripens
🍏:
mid?   :   roughly 1.5 weeks after Redhaven?
Stone
:
semi-freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf curl.

PF 17

Developed in Michigan.
Zone
:
5a
Ripens
🍏:
mid   :   roughly 2 weeks after Redhaven

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Somewhat susceptible to bacterial spot?

PF 19-007

Released in Michigan (2005). PP17578
Blooms
💮:
late
Ripens
🍏:
mid   :   2.5 weeks after Redhaven

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.   Resistant to brown rot?

PF 24C

Developed in Michigan. PP15659
Zone
:
5a?
Blooms
💮:
late?
Ripens
🍏:
mid-late   :   3.5 weeks after Redhaven

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.

PF 9A-007

Released in Michigan (2004).
Blooms
💮:
late?   :   frost resistant?
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   around Redhaven

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.

PF Big George

Released in Michigan, PP19639 (2007).
Ripens
🍏:
very late   :   7 weeks after Redhaven
Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone

PF Fashionably Late

Developed in Michigan.
Ripens
🍏:
very late   :   roughly 7.5 weeks after Redhaven
Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
semi-freestone?

PF Fat Lady

Developed in Michigan, PP14368 (2002).
Blooms
💮:
late?
Ripens
🍏:
late   :   5.5 to 6 weeks after Redhaven

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.

Polly

Originated in Iowa.
Zone
:
5a
Blooms
💮:
late
Ripens
🍏:
mid?   :   2 weeks after Redhaven?
Chill
:
1000

Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
freestone?

Ranger

Zone
:
5a?
Blooms
💮:
late
Ripens
🍏:
mid-late?   :   roughly 3 weeks after Redhaven?
Chill
:
900

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone

Raritan Rose

Zone
:
5a?
Blooms
💮:
late
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   0.5 weeks after Redhaven.
drops when ripe
Chill
:
1050

Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.
Raritan Rose has a decent amount of acidity which is uncommon for white peaches.

Redhaven

Halehaven x Kalhaven.  Introduced in Michigan (1940).
Zone
:
5a (5b)
Blooms
💮:
late?   :   frost resistant
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   early to mid August in more northern US climates with a reasonable grow season.
Chill
:
800

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
semi-freestone or freestone
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to bacterial spot.
Flower bud hardiness of Redhaven currently appear to be more erratic than the other cold hardy varieties.   Sometimes it out-competes most others when hit by zone 5a temperatures, other times it doesn't produce anything when the others do.   This may be common among many cold hardy peach varieties, for all I know, but the data is very limited, so I cannot say much else at this time.

Redskin

J H Hale x Elberta.  Originated in Maryland (1944).
Zone
:
5a
Blooms
💮:
mid   :   frost resistant
Ripens
🍏:
mid-late   :   4 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
750 - 850

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.

Reliance

Released in New Hampshire (1964).
Zone
:
5a
Blooms
💮:
late
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   0 to 0.5 weeks after Redhaven.
drops when ripe
Chill
:
1000

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Reliance is a cold hardy peach, and is usually said to be the hardiest, but it isn't as hardy as Madison and probably a couple other varieties.   A few other cold hardy peaches should be at least as hardy as Reliance although this is all based on limited observations, so I don't want to name them directly.   More experimentation is needed.

The fruit quality of Reliance is often said to be fair, but it certainly has a good peach flavor, and is worth getting if your options are limited (or, better yet, if you want to use it to compare bud hardiness between different varieties).   Most other cold hardy peaches appear to be superior in quality.

Rio Oso Gem

Developed in California (1920's).
Blooms
💮:
late?
Ripens
🍏:
late (very late)   :   6 to 7 weeks after Redhaven?
Chill
:
800

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Tree Size
:
semi-dwarf?

Risingstar

Blooms
💮:
late?   :   frost resistant
Ripens
🍏:
early (early-mid)   :   1 to 2 weeks before Redhaven

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
semi-freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.   Resistant to canker?

Salish Summer

Discovered in Washington.
Alias
:
Q-1-8
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   roughly 1 week after Redhaven
Chill
:
700 - 800

Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
semi-freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf curl.

Saturn

NJ 602903 x Pallas.  Developed in New Jersey, PP5123 (1982).
Zone
:
5
Blooms
💮:
early   :   frost resistant
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   around Redhaven, +/- 1 week or so (fairly contradicting reports)
Chill
:
400

Texture
:
light fuzz?
Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.   Less susceptible to brown rot than other donut peaches.
donut peach

Siberian C

Zone
:
4
Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf curl.

Spring Snow

47EB280 (29G560 x 17G185) x 1GC131 (41G1176 x 42G280).  Developed in California. PP9883, filed in 1995.
Zone
:
6
Ripens
🍏:
very early   :   roughly 3 weeks before Redhaven

Texture
:
firm flesh
Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
clingstone

Starfire

Zone
:
5?
Blooms
💮:
late
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   0.5 weeks after Redhaven

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.

Sugar May

29G560 (O'Henry x Giant Babcock) x 54G262 (Redwing x chance seedling).  Developed in California. PP8034, filed in 1991.
Ripens
🍏:
early?   :   2 to 2.5 weeks before Redhaven?
Texture
:
firm flesh
Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
clingstone

TangOs

A43-143-782081 x NJF4.  Developed in New Jersey, PP18997 (2006).
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   around Redhaven
Texture
:
firm flesh, light fuzz
Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
clingstone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.
donut peach

TangOs II

A43-143-782081 x D33-1-86227.  Developed in New Jersey, PP19383 (2006).
Ripens
🍏:
mid   :   1 to 1.5 weeks after Redhaven
Texture
:
light fuzz
Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
clingstone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.
donut peach

Tropic Beauty

Developed in Florida.
Ripens
🍏:
early?   :   2 weeks before Redhaven?
Chill
:
150

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
semi-freestone

Tropic Snow

Introduced in Florida (1988).
Ripens
🍏:
early?   :   2 weeks before Redhaven?
Chill
:
200

Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
freestone

Veteran

Early Elberta x Vaughn.  Developed in Canada (1928).
Zone
:
4a? (5a)
Blooms
💮:
late
Ripens
🍏:
mid   :   2 to 2.5 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
900

Texture
:
heavy fuzz
Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone or semi-freestone

Victoria

Biscoe x Fairtime.  Developed in New Jersey, PP18134 (2006).
Ripens
🍏:
very late   :   6.5 weeks after Redhaven
Texture
:
melting, firm flesh, light fuzz
Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant to bacterial spot.

Vivid

Zone
:
5
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   around Redhaven

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone

White Lady

O'Henry x Giant Babcock.  Originated in California, PP5821 (1985).
Ripens
🍏:
early-mid   :   0.5 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
800

Texture
:
firm flesh
Color
:
white flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Somewhat susceptible to bacterial spot.

Winblo

Developed in North Carolina (1972).
Blooms
💮:
mid-late?   :   somewhat frost resistant?
Ripens
🍏:
mid   :   roughly 2 weeks after Redhaven
Chill
:
850

Color
:
yellow flesh
Stone
:
freestone
Afflictions
:
Resistant or Somewhat resistant to bacterial spot.