Holly Days Nursery

Prunus 'Belle of Georgia Peach


Grow old-fashioned Georgia peaches at home with this favorite peach cultivar, the Belle of Georgia! It originated in Georgia in the 1870’s and is known for being disease resistant. It is sometimes called the Georgia Belle. Peach trees are classified as prunus persica. Beloved for eating fresh, the tree bears large quantities of attractive fruit. The white flesh is great for eating straight from the tree, canning, and freezing. It is a freestone peach (also known as melting peach,) meaning that the flesh separates easily from the peach pit. The tree blooms with stunning pinkish red blossoms in the spring. The peaches ripen to a lovely peachy yellow with red cheeks. It is self-pollinating, but adding another pollinator nearby may increase the size of your crop.

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