Frost-hardy peach trees produce juicy and sweet fruits. However, they differ from the other peach variety for the middle lane, as they are resistant to winter cold and leaf curling, which are the most common peach destroyers. Find out more how winter-hardy peach varieties look in the photo, how to plant and grow them correctly, care for and get large, mouth-watering fruits.
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Such frost-resistant peach varieties can reach heights of up to 7 meters. The tree has green leaves and pink flowers. Peaches usually have a diameter of 5-8 cm. The skin of the fruit has a red blush on a yellow skin, the flesh is easily separated from the stone.
Frosty peach trees require sun, so plant them in direct sunlight.
Grow best in well-drained, sandy and loamy soil with a slightly acidic pH of 6.0 to 6.5.
Fertilize regularly to keep the soil healthy. The best option is to balance the three main ingredients: nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. During the first growing season, water the tree 2-3 cm of water per week. Then you can reduce watering to 2 cm every 10 days.
A beautiful fruity tree with firm golden peaches with a light red blush; quite decorative, in spring with spectacular dark pink flowers; not susceptible to late spring frosts and diseases, but needs sunlight and well-drained soil.
In adulthood, it will grow to about 4 m, with the same spread of branches. Has a low canopy with a typical distance of half a meter from the ground.
It grows at an average rate, under ideal conditions it can live 40 years or more.
The tree grows best in moderate to uniform moisture conditions, but does not tolerate standing water. It doesn’t depend on soil type or pH.
This variety was artificially bred at the Institute of Horticulture of the UAAN, so it has absorbed many useful properties and features. For example, good winter hardiness and ease of recovery after frost. Also, trees are resistant to diseases such as powdery mildew and clasterosporium disease.
Other advantages include high yield, fast fertility (three months after flowering). Disadvantages include poor drought tolerance and susceptibility to curliness. The pulp is difficult to separate from the stone.
The tree can grow up to 3-4 m, the fruit itself is medium-sized, round in shape with a sweet and juicy pulp. Has a yellowish color with a slight blush.
A versatile variety with large yellow fruits for mild winter climates. Sweet, aromatic, full-bodied taste, considered one of the best. In your home garden, plant trees 3 m apart and trim them to a maximum height of 4 m.
On a commercial farm, place trees 4 meters away as they can be grown up to 8 meters tall. In nature, the best peach varieties for the middle lane reach almost 14 meters in length.
Newly planted trees should be watered regularly. Watering frequency and amount of water mainly depends on the season, soil type, and tree size / age. Fertilize with organic manure, bone meal, and humus-based products.
Do not fertilize in the fall, the growth will be thin, lanky and weak at this time.
Prune in winter to maintain size and shape and prepare the tree for spring growth. Cut through in summer, remove excess fruits, all dry branches. If the plant is producing too many fruits on one branch, reduce the amount of fruit on it.
Use garden oils such as neem oil, which is an organic pesticide. They kill tiny insects and fight fungus that causes diseases such as powdery mildew, rust and curls.
While most fruit trees are damaged by late frosts, this variety will remain intact and produce a large harvest. It is extremely resistant to pests and diseases as well as drought.
In fact, “White Swan” is synonymous with unpretentiousness and hassle-free care.
The variety boasts delicious peaches that are famous for their sweet taste and juicy flesh. Withstanding late frosts and temperatures down to -10 degrees, it is also self-pollinating, which is ideal for small yards. Plant in well-drained soil in an area full of sun (6 to 8 hours of sunshine per day).
Keep the soil moist, but not oversaturated. It is enough to water the seedlings once a week, leaving the hose at the base of the tree for a couple of hours.
Tip: Yellow leaves are a sign of over-watering, while dry and brown leaves are a sign of insufficient moisture.
Prune the tree for the first two years to maintain its open center shape and promote fruiting. Once the tree is fruitful, cut through the peaches for good growth and proper ripening.
Fury’s peach tree is a king-size, loose-pitched variety ideal for large and firm fruit. Not only does the tree produce high quality peaches with a crimson-red blush, it is also moderately susceptible to bacterial leaf blight. Copper sprays will protect the woody form from diseases such as canker sores.
The size of the fruit is large and spherical; at maturity, the tree grows up to 3.5 meters. This variety can self-pollinate, although the yield will increase if you plant other peaches nearby.
It grows best in full sun on loamy, well-drained soil with a pH of 6.0-7.0. Even 2-3 years after planting, it will bear fruit perfectly, will remain vigorous and productive. However, the trees need to be pruned. Be sure to add fertilizer 6 weeks after planting.
The description of the variety does not really stand out. The characteristics of the tree and the fruit are standard: it grows up to a maximum of 3 meters, peaches are small, spherical, yellowish with a pink blush.
The stone is difficult to separate, the taste is not very sweet. However, it gives a bountiful harvest. The susceptibility to frost is average, there is almost no immunity to diseases (fungal infections), if you do not use protective equipment.
The peach tree lives for about 20 years and grows in areas of moderate plant resistance (suitable for central Russia). It can produce up to 70 kg of fruit annually with proper care, making it more productive than other similar early peach varieties. Requires well-drained soil and at least 6-8 hours of sun exposure each day.
Water the tree every 7-10 days. In the heat of summer, it takes up to 40 gallons of water a day.
Watering around the drip line for 20 minutes provides enough moisture for growth. Avoid watering near the trunk or getting water on the leaves.
Crop to maintain shape. Remove about half of the new growths and any damaged or dead branches annually. Thin fruit 15 cm apart when they are 3 cm in diameter.
Thinning the peaches allows each fruit to ripen without clumping and increases the overall yield. Preventive treatment of flowers with fungicides helps prevent certain diseases.
The variety was bred relatively recently. It was obtained at the Dagestan selection station of fruit crops, but the origin of the seedling is unknown. Despite the mysterious history, peach has a lot of fans both among producers and consumers. The trees are medium-sized, are distinguished by amicable fruiting, give a bountiful harvest, the fruits ripen quickly.
Connoisseurs of sweet and sour taste will like the yellowish color and dark red blush. The pulp is tender and fibrous, well behind the stone. Fruit size …