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Bare Root Peaches

If you’re lucky, you can buy some really good peaches at your local farmer's market, but, as is often the case, you can waste a lot of money at the supermarket buying peaches that rot from the center or are completely tasteless – two good reasons to grow your own!

The selection of peach varieties is immense. Peaches are white, yellow and red and there are different varieties to suit different climates. The newest developments enable warm winter growers to not only grow peaches, but to spread out their production from May to August! The Pride series from Zaiger is our offering for this particular climate. Start your harvest with May Pride, then Eva’s PrideMid Pride and then August Pride. These are all delicious, yellow freestone types. Clingstone peaches are great for canning, but in the modern world, few of us have the time for such activities.  Hence, clingstone peaches have not been popular in the home orchard market. We do offer one clingstone variety, Indian Blood Cling, because it’s so unique! The skin is red and so is the rich flavored flesh.

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Peaches

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Garden Gold Miniature Peach

Delicious yellow freestone peach. More vigorous than other miniatures. Ripens in August, 2 weeks after Elberta. Late bloom with showy blossoms, is less susceptible to frost damage. 5-6 ft. tree. 500 hrs. or less. Self-fruitful. (Zaiger) Available on: Lov.

$26.95
$26.95
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Southern Rose Dwarf Peach

Genetic dwarf. Large yellow fruit with red blush. Firm, yellow freestone peach. Good eating quality. Blooms early. Ripens in early August. Grows to 5' tall. 300 chill hours. Self-fruitful. Available on: Lov.

$26.95
$26.95
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Baby Crawford Peach - Semi-dwarf

Small, intensely flavored yellow meated freestone, with golden orange skin with slight blush. Favorite peach of Santa Clara Valley chapter of California Rare Fruit Growers. Ripens in late July. 800 hrs. Self-fruitful. Available on Cit.

$28.95
$28.95
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Bonita Peach - Standard

Medium to large yellow freestone peach with red blush. Sweet, subacid, very flavorful. Proven variety for southern Calif., coast or inland. Ripens in late July. Chilling requirement less than 400 hrs. Self-fruitful. Available on Nema.

$23.95
$23.95
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Double Jewel Flowering and Fruiting Peach - Semi-dwarf

Flowering and fruiting peach for home orchard and landscape. Has highly ornamental, late, profuse and showy double pink flowers. Large yellow freestone fruit has sweet, rich flavor; keeps well. Ripens in late June/early July. 3-400 hrs. Self-fruitful. Pat. No. 6410 (Zaiger). Available on Cit.

$28.95
$28.95
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Earlitreat Peach - Standard

Delicious new low chill, very early peach with flavor and sweetness comparable to mid season varieties. Medium sized, has attractive red over yellow skin. Yellow flesh has very nice acid/sugar balance. Highly recommended for home orchards. Ripens early May in Central Calif. 500 hrs. or less. Self-fruitful. Pat. No. 9842 (Zaiger). Available on Nema.

$25.95
$25.95
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Earlitreat Peach - Semi-dwarf

Delicious new low chill, very early peach with flavor and sweetness comparable to mid season varieties. Medium sized, has attractive red over yellow skin. Yellow flesh has very nice acid/sugar balance. Highly recommended for home orchards. Ripens early May in Central Calif. 500 hrs. or less. Self-fruitful. Pat. No. 9842 (Zaiger). Available on Cit.

$28.95
$28.95
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Elberta Peach - Standard

Famous yellow freestone with classic, rich peach flavor; high scoring in taste tests. Use fresh, canned, cooked. Reported resistant to brown rot. Ripens late July/early August, up to 3-4 weeks later in colder climates. 600 hrs. Self-fruitful. Available on Lov.

$23.95
$23.95
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Elberta Peach - Semi-dwarf

Famous yellow freestone with classic, rich peach flavor; high scoring in taste tests. Use fresh, canned, cooked. Reported resistant to brown rot. Ripens late July/early August, up to 3-4 weeks later in colder climates. 600 hrs. Self-fruitful. Available on Cit.

$26.95
$26.95
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Eva's Pride Peach - Semi-dwarf

Delicious, very low chill yellow freestone peach is medium to large, firm, with sweet flavor. Ripens late June/early July, midway between May Pride and Mid-Pride. 1-200 hrs. Self-fruitful. Pat. No. 7751 (Zaiger). Available on Cit.

$26.95
$26.95
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Gleason Early Elberta (Improved Or Lemon Elberta) Peach - Standard

Reliable, frost hardy, most cold hardy of the Elbertas. Yellow freestone peach with juicy, rich flavor and excellent quality. Ripens in July, 10 days before Elberta. Fresh, can, freeze. Grown in Utah and Pacific Northwest. 800 hrs. Self-fruitful. Available on Lov.

$23.95
$23.95
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Kandi Korn Peach - Standard

Very late harvest sweet yellow peach. Flesh is firm and has a distinctive look that resembles candy corn when sliced. Ripens in early October. 6-800 hours. Self-fruitful. Available on Nema.

$23.95
$23.95
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July (Kim) Elberta (Early Elberta) Peach - Standard

Juicy, reliably sweet, very flavorful yellow freestone peach for canning, freezing or fresh use. Produces reliable, heavy crops. Ripens mid to late July. 4-500 hrs. Self-fruitful. Available on Lov.

$23.95
$23.95
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June Pride Peach - Standard

Excellent, early, high quality peach for home orchards; perhaps the best flavored peach for its season. Intensely flavored, highly colored, yellow freestone. Ripens early July. 500 hrs. Self-fruitful. Pat. No. 6747 (Zaiger). Available on Nema.

$23.95
$23.95
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Loring Peach - Standard

Superb, large, low acid yellow freestone peach with excellent flavor and texture; recent taste-test winner. Requires little or no thinning. Late blooming. Ripens over 2-3 week period beginning in mid to late July. Excellent for home orchards. 750 hrs. Self-fruitful. Available on Lov.

$23.95
$23.95
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Muir Peach - Semi-dwarf

Resistant to peach leaf curl. Large yellow freestone with dense flesh and rich, sweet, distinctive flavor. Excellent for drying, canning and fresh use. Skin is greenish yellow, unattractive. Harvest late July in central Calif. Discovered on John Muir's property in California, around 1880. Estimated chilling requirement 6-700 hrs. Self-fruitful. Available on Cit.

$28.95
$28.95
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Red Baron Flowering and Fruiting Peach - Standard

Flowering and fruiting peach variety. Highly ornamental with very showy, double red blossoms which cover the tree in early spring. Yellow freestone fruit is large, firm, sweet, juicy and richly flavored. Longtime favorite in so. Calif. Ripens in mid July to mid August. Low chilling requirement, 250-300 hrs. Self-fruitful. Pat. No. 4195. Available on Nema.

$23.95
$23.95
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Rio Oso Gem Peach - Standard

Large, favorite, late yellow freestone peach with sweet, rich flavor, like J.H. Hale. Use fresh/freeze. Small tree with showy bloom; late blooming. Ripens in mid August. 800 hrs. Self-fruitful. Available on Lov.

$23.95
$23.95
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Santa Barbara Peach - Standard

Large yellow freestone with fine, melting flesh that combines delightful sweetness with excellent peach flavor. Pointed in shape, yellow skin with red blush. Possibly the best tasting peach for most home orchards. Ripens early to mid July. 200 hours. Self-fruitful. Available on Nema.

$23.95
$23.95
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Saturn Flowering and Fruiting Peach - Semi-dwarf

Fruiting and flowering variety. Large yellow freestone peach with juicy, sweet, low acid, fine flavored flesh. Prolific bloom with spectacular, large, double dark pink blossoms. Ripens mid July. 250-300 hrs. Self-fruitful. Available on Cit.

$26.95
$26.95
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White Lady Peach - Standard

Among the best of the new low acid, high sugar, fresh market white fleshed peaches. Red skinned fruits are medium to large, very firm, freestone. Has the best track record of any of the Zaiger white fleshed peaches for producing well in a variety of climates, including the eastern U.S. Ripens mid July in central Calif., about one week ahead of Sugar Lady. 800 hrs. Self-fruitful. Pat. No. 5821 (Zaiger). Available on Lov.

$23.95
$23.95
Sorry, this item is sold out for this season.