Peach (Prunus) Peregrine tree in a 7 Litre pot - Bush form - Rootstock St Julian A

£47.50
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SKU
114467
Peach (Prunus) Peregrine tree

Still the most revered of all white fleshed peaches. It is of the finest flavour, intense and rich. Heavy cropping and suitable for sheltered situations. Freestone. (Rivers of Sawbridgeworth 1906)

A two year tree. Grown in the field to the maiden stage followed by a final year as container grown. A minimum of 3 branches and summer pruned (according to variety) to form an evenly balanced shape with a clear stem of 0.45m. Minimum height 1.10m.

Attributes

  • Award winning
  • Protect from frost
  • Rootstock - St Julian A
  • Self fertile
  • Picking month - Early August

Rootstock explained:

  • VVA-1 – Semi Dwarf: Good fruit size, yield and winter hardiness
  • Torinel – Semi Dwarf: A specialist rootstock for improved fruiting yield and fruit size
  • Krymsk - Medium: Compatible with apricots, peaches and nectarines. More tolerant of heavy wet soils with better anchorage
  • Wavit – Semi Vigorous: A robust disease resistant, free standing and non suckering rootstock for plum, gage and damson, mirabelles and apricots proven to suit a wide range of soils and conditions
  • St. Julian ‘A’ – Semi Vigorous: This is fully compatible with all plums, damsons, gages, peaches, nectarines and apricots and many ornamental prunus species
  • Brompton - Vigorous:Idea for standards

Please allow up to five days for delivery. Pictures in this listing are library pictures that reflect the trees' main qualities and are for reference only

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