This Leaf-Curl resistant, New Zealand variety features unique, dark red, freestone fruit with very attractive and tasty burgundy red and white flesh.
An excellent, disease-resistant variety, Charlotte bears good crops of deliciously sweet, orange-red, semi-freestone fruit.
This unique variety was found in Ashland, Oregon and is prized for its disease resistance and large, attractive, sweet and flavorful, orange-yellow peaches.
Found in western Canada, this new, leaf-curl resistant variety is a reliable producer of beautiful, reddish-orange, freestone, sweet and tasty fruit.
Oregon Curl Free
This superior, leaf-curl resistant variety produces good crops of large, tasty, sweet and juicy, orange-yellow Peaches. These delicious, semi-freestone peaches ripen in mid-August and are excellent for fresh eating, preserves and freezing.
Formerly known as Q 1-8, this unique white-flesh variety features showy pink blossoms followed by large, reddish-orange, juicy, and flavorful peaches. Q1-8 is very resistant to Peach Leaf Curl.