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Plants are shipped out on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and sometimes on Saturdays....Most plants will be sent bare root wrapped in wet sphagnum moss and a plastic bag wrapped in tape for security, and sent via USPS Priority Mail. When plants arrive be sure and soak in water overnight and then plant. I take great care in wrapping plants to assure they arrive safely, but sometimes the Post Office gets careless and damages the package(See “Damage” under shipping) I only ship plants to lower 48 states, Alaska, Hawaii, U.S. Protectorates, and APO/FPO address no international shipping at this time, but am working on same on a country by country basis, so email me with any requests! If there are any certificates or special shipping costs above and beyond what normally occurs in my regular shipping to the lower 48 states...buyer is responsible to tell me and pay any additional costs incurred. Please immediately email or call me upon arrival of shipment, for any problems that you think might have occurred. John Talbott

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Elberta Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 5-9   Chill:  800 hrs Redhaven Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 5-8  Chill:  400 hrs BELL OF GEORGIA-Prunus persica USDA Zones 5-8  Chill:  800 hrs
Elberta Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 5-9 Chill: 800 hrs

  • Medium to large, yellow fleshed fruit, freestone
  • Most popular of all peaches
  • Sweet in taste for eating, canning, and freezing
  • Late May ripening each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 800
  • 15-20 feet at maturity
  • Zone 5

Redhaven Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 5-8 Chill: 400 hrs


  • Medium to large, yellow fleshed fruit, freestone
  • Heavy bearing disease resistant
  • Sweet in taste for eating, canning, and freezing
  • Late July ripening each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 400
  • 8-10 feet at maturity
  • Zone 5

BELL OF GEORGIA-Prunus persica USDA Zones 5-8 Chill: 800 hrs


  • Medium to large, firm white fleshed fruit, freestone
  • Heavy producer
  • Sweet in taste for eating, canning, and freezing
  • Late May ripening a few days prior to Elberta each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 800
  • 15-20 feet at maturity
  • Zone 5


REDSKIN PEACH TREE-Prunus persica USDA Zones 5-8  Chill:  750 hrs BIG RED PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 7 Chill: 750 hrs OUT OF STOCK   FAIRTIME PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 6 Chill: 700 hrs
REDSKIN PEACH TREE-Prunus persica USDA Zones 5-8 Chill: 750 hrs

  • Medium to large, yellow fleshed and melting but firm fruit, freestone
  • Most popular of all peaches
  • Sweet in taste for eating, canning, and freezing
  • July ripening approximately 2 days prior to Elberta each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 750
  • 15-20 feet at maturity, but should be trimmed to shorter smaller sizes making them wider than tall
  • Zone 5


BIG RED PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 7 Chill: 750 hrs

  • Medium to large, yellow fleshed and melting but firm fruit, freestone
  • Most popular of all peaches
  • Sweet in taste for eating, canning, and freezing
  • Mid August ripening approximately 22 after days Elberta each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 750
  • 15-20 feet at maturity, but should be trimmed to shorter smaller sizes making them wider than tall
  • Zone 7


FAIRTIME PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 6 Chill: 700 hrs

  • Yellow-fleshed freestone fruit
  • Harvest early to mid-September
  • Chill Hrs 700
  • Zone 6

La Feliciana Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 8 Chill: 400 hrs LORING PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 7 Chill: 750 hrs FLAVORICH PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 6 Chill: 700 hrs
La Feliciana Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 8 Chill: 400 hrs

5 Gal 5-7 Ft and 7 Gal must be picked up at Nursery...too tall to ship USPS!!



  • Medium to large, yellow fleshed fruit, semi-freestone
  • Sweet in taste, melting flesh
  • Developed by U. of Florida
  • Great for North Florida and Atlantic and Gulf Coast, Great for Texas Louisiana in Zone 8
  • Late June to July ripening each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 400-550
  • Zone 8
LORING PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 7 Chill: 750 hrs

  • Medium size, yellow fleshed firm fruit, freestone
  • Most popular of all peaches
  • Sweet in taste for eating, canning, and freezing
  • Late July to early August ripening each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 750
  • 15-20 feet at maturity, but should be trimmed to shorter smaller sizes making them wider than tall
  • Zone 7


FLAVORICH PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 6 Chill: 700 hrs

  • Medium size, yellow fleshed and melting but firm fruit, clingstone
  • Most popular of all peaches
  • Sweet in taste for eating, canning, and freezing
  • July ripening approximately 2 days prior to Elberta each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 700
  • 15-20 feet at maturity, but should be trimmed to shorter smaller sizes making them wider than tall
  • Zone 6

Out of stock ENCORE PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 6 Chill: 900 hrs Out of stock MAJESTIC PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 5 Chill: 800 hrs CONTENDER PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 2 Chill: 1050 hrs
ENCORE PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 6 Chill: 900 hrs

  • Medium to large, yellow fleshed firm fruit, freestone
  • Resistant to bacterial leaf spot
  • Sweet in taste for eating, canning, and freezing
  • Late ripening approximately 2 days prior to Elberta each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 900
  • 15-20 feet at maturity, but should be trimmed to shorter smaller sizes making them wider than tall
  • Zone 6

MAJESTIC PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 5 Chill: 800 hrs

  • One of the largest you can grow, yellow fleshed and melting but firm fruit, freestone
  • Sweet in taste for eating, canning, and freezing
  • 3 wks prior to Elberta ripening approximately each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 800
  • 15-20 feet at maturity, but should be trimmed to shorter smaller sizes making them wider than tall
  • Zone 5

CONTENDER PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 2 Chill: 1050 hrs

  • Medium to large, yellow fleshed and melting but firm fruit, freestone
  • Most popular of all peaches
  • Sweet in taste for eating, canning, and freezing
  • July to August ripening approximately each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 1050
  • 15-20 feet at maturity, but should be trimmed to shorter smaller sizes making them wider than tall
  • Zone 2

Harvester Peach- Prunus persica  Zone 5 Chill: 750 hrs Florida King Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 8   Chill:  300 hrs Peach Sam Houston Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 8 Chill: 500 hrs

Harvester Peach- Prunus persica USDA Zones 5 Chill: 750 hrs

Firm, highly colored freestone fruit with beautiful pink/orange/yellow flesh. Excellent quality makes it popular with backyard and commercial growers. Ripens just after Redhaven, mid to late July. Requires 750 hours of chilling. Hardy in Zones 5 - 9. Self-fruitful.

Florida King or Flordaking Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 8 Chill: 300 hrs

5 Gal 5-7 Ft and 7 Gal must be picked up at Nursery....too tall to ship USPS!!



  • Medium to large, yellow fleshed fruit, semi-freestone
  • Sweet in taste, melting flesh
  • Developed by U. of Florida
  • Great for North Florida and Atlantic and Gulf Coast, Great for Texas Louisiana in Zone 8
  • Late May ripening each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 300-400
  • Zone 8
Peach Sam Houston Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 8 Chill: 500 hrs

5 Gal 5-7 Ft and 7 Gal must be picked up at Nursery...too tall to ship USPS!!



  • Large yellow fleshed fruit with red markings, freestone
  • Texas Super Plant List from Texas A & M
  • Sweet in taste, melting flesh
  • Great for North Florida and Atlantic and Gulf Coast, Great for Texas Louisiana in Zone 8
  • Late June to July ripening each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 500
  • Zone 8
Florida Crest Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 8   Chill:  350 hrs JUNEGOLD Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 6   Chill:  600 hrs EARLIGRANDE PEACH Zone 8 Yellow Cling Chill:  275 hrs
Florida Crest Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 8 Chill:350 hrs

5 Gal 5-7 Ft and 7 Gal must be picked up at Nursery....too tall to ship USPS!!



  • Medium to large, red colored, yellow fleshed fruit, semi-cling
  • Sweet in taste, melting flesh
  • Developed by U. of Florida
  • Great for North Florida and Atlantic and Gulf Coast, Great for Texas Louisiana in Zone 8
  • Late May ripening each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 350
  • Zone 6
JUNEGOLD Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 6 Chill:600 hrs

5 Gal 5-7 Ft and 7 Gal must be picked up at Nursery....too tall to ship USPS!!



  • Large, firm, yellow-fleshed fruit is red-skinned large cling
  • Sweet in taste, melting flesh
  • Long time leading fresh market peach in Texas
  • Frost hardy, showy blossoms
  • OK for Southern United States, but also in colder areas
  • Early midseason harvest, May-June
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 600
  • Zone 6

EARLIGRANDE PEACH Zone 8 Yellow Cling Chill: 275 hrs

1. Yellow Cling

2. Chill Hours 275

3. Self-fertile

4. Ripens from mid to late May

5. Zone 5


RIO GRANDE PEACH Zone 8 Large semi-freestone Chill: 450 hrs EARLY AMBER PEACH Zone 8  Semi-freestone Chill:  250 hrs Red Baron Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 7   Chill:  250 hrs

RIO GRANDE PEACH Zone 8 Large semi-freestone Chill: 450 hrs


1. Large semi-freestone

2. Chill hours 450

3. Self-fertile

4. Ripens early in May

5. Good for the South

6. Zone 7


EARLY AMBER PEACH Zone 8 Semi-freestone Chill: 250 hrs

Semi-freestone

2. Chill hours 250

3. Self-fertile

4. Ripens early May

5. Zone 5

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Red Baron Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 7 Chill: 250 hrs

5 Gal 5-7 Ft and 7 Gal must be picked up at Nursery....too tall to ship USPS!!



  • Medium to large, yellow fleshed fruit, freestone
  • Sweet in taste, melting flesh
  • Great for North Florida and Atlantic and Gulf Coast, Great for Texas Louisiana in Zone 8
  • Mid July to mid August ripening each year
  • Double red blooms
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate