ALL BARE ROOT TREES ARE AVAILABLE FROM EARLY NOVEMBER TO END OF MARCH ONLY
Trees ordered outside of these times will be delivered around the start of next November, exact date determined by the weather.
Bare Root Peregrine Peach Tree
Our bare root Peregrine Peach is still one of the most popular of the white fleshed Peaches. Easy to see why when you try the amazing intense Peach flavour from the heavy crop you get from the tree.
The Peregrine tends to grow best in a sheltered position so probably not a good idea to plant at the end of airport runways, side of motorways etc (we do get asked all sorts of odd questions).
The Peregrine is a bit of a sun lover so if you are planting outside and live North of the Midlands then you might want to consider planting close to a South facing wall or in a greenhouse. This is not essential just highly desirable. Expect large white juicy peaches if all has gone well. If no fruit at all, suspect thieving neighbours as the fruits are that good.
Time of Harvest: Early September
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