||canning or freezing.
||A very attractive tree with delectable fruit, creamy-orange Galaxy Peaches are prized for their deliciously sweet, tender white flesh. Some have called it the bagel peach or donut peach because of its size and shape.
||large fruit with yellow skin and slight red blush; flesh is yellow with red near pit; from California. Tree is genetic dwarf. Late harvest.
||Brightly colored smooth (almost without fuzz) skin. Firm flesh. Superior for canning and freezing. 850 hours. Self-fertile. Later bloom less susceptible to frost damage.
||small to medium fruit with mottled and streaked red sin; yellow flesh is great quality; freestone from California. Early harvest.
||large fruit with yellow skin; yellow flesh with red pit cavity; firm flesh has excellent flavor; from California. Tree is genetic dwarf. Early harvest.
||very large fruit with golden skin that is red blushed; flesh is yellow, juicy and good flavored; from California. Has the largest fruited of any of the genetic dwarf peaches or nectarines. excellent yellow fleshed freestone peach. Hardy to USDA Zone 6. Late harvest.
||medium to large peach with mottled bright red skin; yellow flesh is soft with melting texture and good quality; freestone from California. Midseason harvest.