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Peach Trees for Prepping



 
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  • belle of georgia peach tree

    Belle of Georgia Peach

    Ripens: August
    Chill Hours: 800
    USDA Zones: 5 - 8
    Pollinator: Self Fertile
    Height: Semi-Dwarf (12 - 15 feet tall)
    White Freestone Peach

  • elberta peach tree

    Elberta Peach

    Ripens: Late July
    Chill Hours: 800
    USDA Zones: 5 - 8
    Pollinator: Self Fertile
    Height: Semi-Dwarf (12 - 15 feet tall)
    Golden Yellow with Red Blush Freestone Peach

  • flordaking peach tree

    Flordaking Peach

    Ripens: Mid May
    Chill Hours: 450
    USDA Zones: 9 - 10
    Pollinator: Self Fertile
    Height: Semi-Dwarf (12 - 15 feet tall)
    Golden Yellow with Red Blush Semi-Freestone Peach

  • flordaprince peach tree

    Flordaprince Peach

    Ripens: Mid May
    Chill Hours: 150
    USDA Zones: 9 - 10
    Pollinator: Self Fertile
    Height: Semi-Dwarf (12 - 15 feet tall)
    Red Semi-Freestone Peach


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● Storing peaches will be necessary in order to have plenty of beneficial healthy fruit all year long. Fresh ripened peaches will last about three days at room temperature, a week if refrigerated, or up to 12 months if frozen. When the peaches become tree-ripened, leave out only enough for you to eat fresh over the next few days; freeze some that you would like to have throughout the year; and can the rest to increase the shelf life by up to two years. Canning is an easy process and will help you increase the yields on your investment, since a single harvest can last up two years in this way. You could also use the fruit to make jams, jelly, or wine, or you could dehydrate the fruit (it has a shelf life of up to two years if frozen, and a shelf life of one year if left at room temperature).

● Prepper Gardens peach trees are grown on semi-dwarf root stock and reach a maximum height of 12 to 15 feet, so that harvesting the peach fruit is not a challenge. You can prune the central leader to limit height even further and make the harvesting easier still. Pollination is not required to produce tasty peach fruit, but if properly pollinated your peach tree will produce a higher quantity and higher quality of fruit, increasing your return even faster. The trees have to be cross-pollinated, and we have hand-selected the two best varieties for this purpose. Plant your peach tree in as close to full sun as you can, in order to receive the best fruit production. If full sun is not available, your tree will still set fruit in part shade. You should plant in a well-drained, non-compacted soil composition, but if you are in a clay soil just dig your hole twice as large as normal and incorporate top soil to allow for proper root development. Peach trees are a fairly easy tree to grow: they are low maintenance and produce high yields of healthy fruit every year, requiring only one planting, not a planting every year like annual vegetable seed; this makes the peach tree a must-have in the fruit tree section of your Prepper garden.


Peach trees are a great tree to grow when it comes to being prepared, as the tree produces fresh fruit annually, which can be consumed by your family during the doomsday situation when grocery stores will not be available. Growing a peach tree is a sound investment that will show you returns almost instantly, as the fruit production-size trees offered at Prepper Gardens are old enough to bear peaches the first season.
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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
tree March 10, 2014
Reviewer: deborah SUE johnson from pensacola , FL United States  
my daughter in law loved it and the picture of it looks great.... thank you

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