Prunus persica ‘Belle of Georgia’
Originating in Georgia in the 1870’s, the Belle of Georgia peach is perfect for fresh eating. It produces bright red flowers in spring and fruits in late August. These freestone peaches are firm and flavorful with red tinged white flesh. Although self-pollinating, it is best to plant with another pollinator to increase your yield.
- Disease resistant
- Ideal for eating, canning, and baking
- Bears fruit in 3-4 years