Prunus persica 'Harvester' ~ Harvester Peach-ServeScape
Prunus persica 'Harvester' ~ Harvester Peach-ServeScape
Prunus persica 'Harvester' ~ Harvester Peach-ServeScape
Prunus persica 'Harvester' ~ Harvester Peach-ServeScape

Harvester Peach

Prunus persica 'Harvester'


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Harvester Peach is a semi-dwarf deciduous tree with a rounded crown and upward sweeping branches primarily grown for its heavy crop of freestone summer fruit.  A profuse blooms of showy fragrant pink flowers bloom in spring on bare branches attracting butterflies. The medium-sized peaches have strongly flushed orange-yellow skin and sweet and juicy yellow flesh that ripens in July.  Grows best in full sun and rich, moist well-drained soils.  Harvester is a self pollinator that fruits in its first year, and has 700 hours chill requirement.

Type: 

Tree

Origins:

Northwest China

Height: 

10’ - 15’

Spread: 

5’ - 10'

Spacing: 

8’

USDA Hardiness Zone: 

6 - 9

Culture: 

Full Sun

Bloom Color: 

Pink 

Season of Interest: 

SpringSummer

MAINTENANCE NEEDS:  High Maintenance. Needs regular watering.  Peaches have a lot of pest and disease issues and need regular spraying to ensure good crop.  Potential pests include tree borer, fruit moth, root nematodes, and aphids.   Late spring frosts can severely damage flower buds.  Fallen fruit can be messy if not harvested.

 LANDSCAPE USES:  Accents or Group Plantings, BordersWildlife GardenNaturalized AreasPonds and Streams, Edible Gardens, and Containers.

COMPANION PLANTS: RosemaryStrawberry, Pomegranate 

IMAGES: Miroslav Vajdic, Peach, (2) Rosalee Yagihara, IMG_5605, (3) Photoset by Baker County Tourism Travel Baker County, (1) Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 15100, (2) Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 15099

 *As plants have ranges in appearance they may not appear as the images shown.

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