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June Gold Peach

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This beautiful fast growing, deciduous, fruit-bearing tree ripens in late May. This self-fertile plant, fruits best with rich, moist soil in full sun, but will tolerate less hospitable conditions as well. Produces a freestone yellow, sweet and juicy tasting fruit, perfect for eating fresh off the branch or to be used in cooking. Specimens are fast growing, up to 15 ft. in height and spread. Maintain tree size by pruning. This ships bare-root which means it is dormant with no leaves, no soil and the roots are exposed.

  • Hardiness : Zone 6 to 9
  • Upright, rounded form
  • Grows to reach heights of 15 ft.
  • Fast growing
  • Self-fruitful
  • Hardy to -5°F
  • Large, yellow flesh freestone fruit
  • Chill hours: 650
  • Good for eating fresh
  • Full sun
  • Seasonal - November through February

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September 4, 2014
I live in Houston, TX area, where we have clay soil.
I would like to know:
1. How far from the house should I plant it, so that the roots may not damage the house? (we have slab foundation)
2. How tall will it grow?
3. How much will it spread out?
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Howdy Sebastian,
The June Gold is a big producer of tasty peaches that thrive in well prepared soil. I like to prepare the soil by tilling and adding soil amendments like sphagnum peat moss and gypsum to have proper drainage.
The usual rule of thumb for fruit trees is to have them free of the shade of a home. The root system of peach trees is not too invasive but at least 10 feet or more is a good Read More
Howdy Sebastian,
The June Gold is a big producer of tasty peaches that thrive in well prepared soil. I like to prepare the soil by tilling and adding soil amendments like sphagnum peat moss and gypsum to have proper drainage.
The usual rule of thumb for fruit trees is to have them free of the shade of a home. The root system of peach trees is not too invasive but at least 10 feet or more is a good idea.
These peach trees can reach about 12-15 feet and the width about the same. Water your peach tree deeply once a week to every 12 days during the growing season as needed to keep the soil evenly moist but never soaking wet.
Happy Gardening,
Coach Dave
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