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Peach Tree

Posted by Carol_NV Las Vegas NV (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 16, 05 at 18:32

Hi..I planted a peach tree (Tropic Snow) a few years ago. Makes you wonder why I would plant a tree called Tropic Snow when It's 114 degrees out. It's suppose to be LowChill, 225 hrs. I get fruit, but the peaches never get bigger then a walnut. And most of them burn up before they rippen. What a surprise!!....We have many kinds of peach trees here in the nurserys..Can someboby that lives here recommend my next peach tree..Thanks Carol


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RE: Peach Tree

Are you thinning your fruits in early spring ??

Here are some varieties that Star Nursery suggest ... sorry I'm not a fruit tree person but this is what i dug up out of the garage ... by the way give our extension service a call ...

Dwarf Varietis .. Bonanza ( Early / Low chill = ** )
Garden Sun
Pix Zee
Southern Rose **
Others ..
Belle Of Georgia
Desert Gold **
Early Elberta
Elberta
Flordaprince **
Redhaven.

Hope that helps.

Good Day ...


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