Fruit Trees

Best 5 Peach Trees To Grow In New Jersey

New Jersey can be found in United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Hardiness Zones 5b through 7b, with the majority of the state falling squarely within Hardiness Zone 6.

In New Jersey, these zones are generally very good for growing fruit; as a result, many different types of fruit are quite easy to grow there as well.

The state of New Jersey is one of the most promising prospects on the peach front, and has been for some time now.  In the summer heat, these fruits make sweet, soft, and fuzzy fruits and are perfect for the floor of the summer garden!

The only drawback is that they don’t live as long as other varieties, so they are a great alternative if you don’t want to commit to buckets of peaches for all eternity.  The trees can be expected to produce fruit for about 15-20 years.

Reliance Peach Tree

No matter where you live in the country, you will still be able to get healthy harvests of peaches.

Since the Reliance Peach Tree is one of the cold hardiest cultivars on the market, you can be sure that an early or particularly cold winter for your region will not harm this hardy peach tree cultivar.

There is a reason why Reliance Peach is called Reliance Peach after all. This tree, without a doubt, is second to none when it comes to tolerance, durability, and reliability.

Especially since you get a harvest of between 15 and 30 pounds from it each year.

You can harvest it throughout the whole year, in virtually any weather. It is also a fruit that is absolutely delicious and you can harvest it every year that you want.

Reliance Peaches are not overly tart, and are instead sweet and mild without overpowering you with their flavor.

They boast the firm texture of a peach, which is what you expect from a top quality fruit. It is also freestone, which means that you can easily remove the stone inside without putting too much effort into it.

Elberta Peach Tree

It is estimated that the Elberta Peach is the world’s most popular peach because of its abundance of flavor, attractive color and ability to resist disease.

There are many trees on which you can find large peaches, which can be enjoyed as a snack, canned or baked during the year.

Wouldn’t that be even better? Peach trees grown in the Elberta region are the most disease-resistant peach trees available anywhere.

These trees are even insect resistant, meaning you can grow organically grown peaches in your backyard. You won’t need any harsh chemicals or sprays.

Belle of Georgia Peach Tree

Belle of Georgia Peach Trees are classic, time-tested peach trees that are ideal for any garden. Known for its large, flavorful fruit, the Georgia Peach is a classic with a long tradition.

As well as its aesthetic appeal, the Belle of Georgia boasts a neat, rounded crown and dark green leaves that turn deep yellow in the fall.

The showy, fragrant pink flowers of this Belle adorn the landscape during springtime. Summer blooms follow in the fall by large, creamy-white peaches with a bright red cheek, ready for harvest in late August.

Its name suggests that the Belle of Georgia’s freestone fruit is delicious and sweet, ideal for baking, canning, and eating.

The Belle of Georgia’s freestone fruit, as its name suggests, is sweet, succulent and juicy, and is thus perfect for baking, canning, and eating.

It is a fast-growing Peach Tree that is self-pollinating, so you won’t need a second tree to produce delicious fruit (but, planting other trees will increase your yield in the long run). You will need about 800 chill hours for this tree.

Isn’t it amazing that the best part is yet to come? The Belle of Georgia peaches are grown organically, so that you can enjoy fresh peaches in your home, without relying on any harsh chemicals. The plant is also resistant to leaf spot, bark rot, and other common problems that can occur to peaches.

Frost Proof Peach Tree

Would you like to grow fruit in a Northern region but do not know how? A Frost Proof Peach Tree may be the answer to your problem.

There are many fruit trees that can be damaged by a late frost, but the Frost Proof Peach will remain unaffected by it and still produce a significant amount of fruit.

Moreover, the Frost Proof Peach is extremely drought tolerant, highly resistant to pests, as well as pest and diseases resistant.

As a whole, the Frost Proof is synonymous with low-maintenance, hassle-free care, making it ideal for beginners and experts alike.

Honey Fruit Cocktail Tall Bearded Iris

We can provide you with a wide variety of freshly grown fruit from the backyard of your home.

Whether you are looking to create your own mini-orchard in a compact space or you need a quick, no-nonsense harvest of multiple kinds of fruit, the Fruit Cocktail Tree is the answer.

It is a unique specimen, for which we have grown it and nurtured it by grafting various single-stone fruit varieties onto one tree, so you can enjoy multiple types of great-tasting fruit for only one price.

Additionally, it is a hardy, healthy cultivar that will yield years of fruit production for you if you take proper care of it.

In your first year, you will get a combination of peaches and plums from the most popular varieties, a surprise medley that can give you your first harvest as soon as the second year.

You’ll get a mix of peaches and plums from our most popular varieties for a surprise medley of fruits, which can provide you with a harvest as soon as the first year.

Mid-summer marks the beginning of harvest season, which results in ample quantities of fruit available for canning, freezing, making jams, pies, and cobblers.

Our Fruit Cocktail Tree is self-fertile, adaptable to most soil types, and matures to a height of 10 to 15 feet, which is manageable and ensures an easy harvest and easy acclimation into even the tiniest garden areas.

June Gold Peach Tree

As soon as the first year has passed you could be enjoying tasty, early-growing peaches.

July Peach Trees are known for their abundance of large, sweet, delicious and juicy peaches that are filled with a refreshing flavor and texture that melts in the mouth when they are ripe.

The plant is large enough to produce bushels of delicious peaches for you to enjoy, but it is still well suited to smaller spaces within your garden, which makes it a perfect example of versatility.

Due to the low chilling requirement of only 450 chill hours to produce your own home-grown peaches, the June Peach is a favorite that can thrive without much guesswork on your part.

What’s better than that? June Gold is also known as a freestone peach when it is fully ripe. Every mouth watering peach on your June Gold Tree will be a taste sensation as the fruit is developed from frost resistant, gorgeously showy blossoms.