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  • Easiest peaches you'll ever grow
  • Disease-resistant and cold hardy
  • Excellent flavor fresh, cooked and canned
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Product Details

After a decades of cultivation in search of a low-maintenance peach tree, Curlfree was finally developed as 1 of the easiest peaches to grow. Similar to Frost, it withstands quite cold temperatures for a peach, while also maintaining its status as the most disease and pest-resistant peach tree yet discovered. This tree is ideal for climates where other peach trees have trouble with pests such as insects and even deer. to As if that's not enough, the flavor of a Curlfree Peach is rated incredibly high, right up next to Red Haven. The Curlfree Peach is the perfect blend of both adaptability and flavor, making it a great addition to any home orchard.
  • Remarkable tree is 1 of the easiest peaches to grow
  • Curlfree is self-pollinating
  • Curlfree is an extremely heavy fruit producer
  • Excellent flavor fresh off the tree
  • Low maintenance peach tree
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Questions & Answers

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Q:I live in NC Piedmont Region, every other tree, fruit or not has leaves, flowers, etc. Flowers ar...
by|Apr 12, 2020
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A:  I have found a lot of bare root trees start focusing on the roots for the first part of their lives. That is where a trees gets everything. Established trees already have a strong root system. Your tree might just be getting that system in place. I would not panic yet. A heathly stick is just a shy tree that is planning big things in the future.

by|Apr 18, 2020
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Q:I planted one in a pot in early January inside my house, how long before it gets buds?
by|Mar 5, 2020
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A:  That is a question that is not easy to answer. I planted mine and started to see leaf buds and flower buds really fast. Now given the fact that I have controlled plant light and water with a compost tea mixture my results may not be the same. And I know it is too early to see real fruit buds, but I have to say this root stock is really great and showing greater than average results. Plus when the weather is warmer I will take them outside for some bee and butterfly pollination activities. But I right there with you, these are very hardy plants.

by|Mar 5, 2020
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Q:How old do they need to be before they bear fruit thank, you so much.
by|Feb 11, 2020
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A:  Not sure, but mine has blossoms and it has been about a month. The stock is real strong and so is the root base.

by|Jan 31, 2023
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A:  I’d guess it could bare fruit on year two but would probably want to wait until year 3 to have fruit so the trees growth doesn’t stunt since it’ll be using its energy to make fruit instead of growing. Year 1 id take all blossoms off because the weight of the fruit could break the tree once fully ripe.

by|Mar 14, 2020
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    Q:Is this a self-pollinating tree?
    by|Feb 27, 2019
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    A:  Yes, the Curlfree Peach tree is self-pollinating.

    by|Feb 28, 2019

      A:  Yes you only need this one to have peaches!

      by|Jan 20, 2020

      A:  Yes the Online Orchards Curfree Peach Tree bare root is self-pollinating.

      by|Jan 20, 2020
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      I received one of my trees and next day the second tree. They came in a 4' tall boxes with the rooths cover by a plastic container and some fibers to keep it moist. One tree have some leaves. The second tree only two small green twigs. They look to be healthy but time will say if they will grow. Both are about 3' tall. Price is very reasonable including the shipping. I would buy more if I had more room in my backyard.
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        Bare root tree was shipped quickly and was well packaged. It currently resembles a stick with som...
        Bare root tree was shipped quickly and was well packaged. It currently resembles a stick with some branches but no leaves. The rootball was wrapped in hay and burlap. I followed instructions to soak it in water for at least 6 hours, removed it from the burlap and then planted it in the ground. We've had a good amount of rain here and thus I haven't needed to water the tree much. I was hoping that it would flourish because I saw that it was starting to bud when I first took it out of the box, but when checking the tree the other day the color has changed from a greenish color to a brown color. Also, some of the branches snapped when bent, meaning the wood is dead. I'm wondering if it was affected by a couple of cold spells we've had here. I've had this tree about 2 months now. I'll give it some more time and re-evaluate if it's actually dead.
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        The Online Orchards Curlfree Peach Tree Bare Root came well packaged with straw inside a burlap c...
        The Online Orchards Curlfree Peach Tree Bare Root came well packaged with straw inside a burlap cover. Previously all the bare root trees I have gotten where just the little tree in a dormant state. The tree was very well pruned and had to be at least a 2 year old tree. I let it soak in water for 24 hours before planting. While planting I dug a deep hole to cover the root ball and back filled with a tree and shrub soil mix and covered with mulch. Can't wait to have peaches!
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        This little tree arrived packaged well with the roof ball surrounded by straw in a burlap sack. I...
        This little tree arrived packaged well with the roof ball surrounded by straw in a burlap sack. I’ve planted it in a planter for now but plan on moving it into the yard come spring. It’s about four feet tall with the limbs trimmed back and the roots trimmed back. I’m looking forward to having some peaches in a few years! So far so good with this little tree
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        I have installed many bare root trees over the years with fairly good success. This tree looks li...
        I have installed many bare root trees over the years with fairly good success. This tree looks like it stands a good chance of doing well but since it is still dormant I won't know until later this year. The roots were wrapped in straw and burlap and arrived still moist. The one issue I had is to fit inside the shipping box some of the branches were damaged and all of the leaders were cut off at just under four feet. I usually do something similar once I get a look at the tree but now I am stuck with what was done just to fit the shipping box and it will probably take a few years to sort out the final shape I want for the tree. I picked up two tree at home depot that were different varieties and they are about twice as tall with the same trunk diameter.
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        I was a little nervous getting a bare root online, but I was sweetly surprised. This was well pac...
        I was a little nervous getting a bare root online, but I was sweetly surprised. This was well packed and strong trunk stock. The branches are strong and well established. Roots were well cushioned and moist. I feel like they are strong and will produce a great tree with wonderful fruit. I have seen less roots in potted trees from a nursery - so these strong thick roots were a welcome site.
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        We love fresh peaches and would love to harvest our own so we selected Online Orchards Curlfree p...
        We love fresh peaches and would love to harvest our own so we selected Online Orchards Curlfree peach tree for it's disease resistance and carefree (self pollinating and low temperature tolerance) features as well as the claim for being a heavy fruit producer of flavor-full peaches. Receiving the Curlfree in the mail was impressive. Arriving in a slim 4 foot long box. Opening the box I found a well protected bare root system wrapped in water soaked hay and burlap. The tree is already showing buds ready to start popping! No instructions were enclosed in the shipping box, however, Home Depot has the link for information sheet on basic care and planting on this product page. I planted the Curlfree in a pot being that it is mid-January so that I can protect the Curlfree from the winter elements better. I plan to plant the potted tree in our yard after the last frost. I am very anxious to see the tree mature and produce the first harvest of fresh peaches!
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        I’ve always wanted to have peach trees in my yard so when I saw the Online Orchards Curlfree Peac...
        I’ve always wanted to have peach trees in my yard so when I saw the Online Orchards Curlfree Peach Tree I decided to take a chance and get one. I am fairly good at growing plants and Online Orchards says this is one of the easiest Peach Trees to grow. The Peach Tree arrived in a couple of days in a box about four feet tall, as I opened the box I noticed the roots of the peach tree were wrapped in in a burlap cloth with straw inside to keep the moisture in the roots. The tree itself was about forty-two inches tall. It’s the middle of January and the weather is way too cold for me to plant outside so I found a nice sized pot to plant the Peach Tree in until I can plant it outside in the spring. I un-wrapped the burlap and took off the straw to find the bare roots of the peach tree. I planted the tree in the pot and set it by my sliding patio door which faces south so it can get some great sun.. It doesn’t have any leaves so it kind of looks bare. Online Orchards has been working on the cultivation for decades and have finally developed Curlfree leaves. Curled leaves on a Peach tree are from a fungus. It takes a lot of energy for a tree to ripen its fruit and having a Curlfree leaf is why it would be one of the easiest Peach Trees to grow. It is a low maintenance tree which is a nice asset and it is a heavy fruit producer. I am very anxious as to when I can plant the Online Orchards Curlfree Peach Tree outside in the spring and if all goes well I will purchase a few more as they are very moderately priced at Home Depot.com. You can plant is in full sun or it will also do well in partial shade. The Peach tree buds are pink and will attract all kinds of wildlife including bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and a variety of other birds. I am completely satisfied and will recommend Online Orchards to family and friends.
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        The last 3 years i have averaged planting 40 trees each year including installing a lovely orcha...
        The last 3 years i have averaged planting 40 trees each year including installing a lovely orchard. I can't tell you how thrilled i am with this peach tree! I have ordered from online orchards before and the quality was outstanding but this one takes the cake. It is without a doubt the nicest healthiest tree i have ever received. The box scared me as it took a beating getting here but the tree inside was beyond expectations, just perfect in every way. Nicely shaped , larger than i thought it would be and super fresh. It is a bare root and it is January but i will be heeling this one in and hoping for the best come spring. Can't wait to up date with pictures in the spring. This one is a winner!
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        This tree arrived packed very well for shipping with the root wrapped and protected carefully. It...
        This tree arrived packed very well for shipping with the root wrapped and protected carefully. It is January, so for now, I have planted it in a huge pot and will plant it in the ground in the Spring. I am excited about this curlfree peach tree and so amazed at how healthy and strong it is. It is a very good size and sturdy enough that it should do very well. I love that this particular tree is easy to grow, is disease and pest resistant and can stand a bit of frost. This was major in helping me choose this Curlfree Peach Tree. It looks very Hardy. I cannot wait to taste these delicious peaches. It does not come with growing and care instructions but have found lots of information in gardening books and online. I do recommend this Online Orchards Curlfree Peachtree!
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