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Avalon Pride Peach Tree Options Explained
OPTION 1: Comes in a 9L pot and will be around 125-200 cm tall on a Montclere Rootstock. Comes previously pruned to promote a strong branch structure but will grow to around 4m at maturity.
OPTION 2: Comes in a 7-12L pot, will be around 125-200cm tall on a St Julian A Rootstock, previously pruned to promoted a strong branch structure and will grow to around 350-400cm tall at maturity
Our Prunus Persica Avalon Pride peach tree is more resistant to leaf curl (until one comes along wearing a level 4 bio-hazard suit). The resistance to peach tree leaf curl seems to improve until maturity so some treatment may still be needed until then. It has fruits similar to Santa Claus (large and red) which mature in mid-September and they are excellent eating/slurping/finger licking. We mean mature as in the flesh becomes softer, juicer and sweeter, not suddenly takes responsibility for its actions and volunteers to do some of the house work without being chased.
Apparently it was discovered as a seedling in Washington State, now we assume state means location not emotional wreck.
Our Avalon Pride produces attractive pink flowers so just be aware of that around blossom time if your gardening ignorant partner presents you with a lovely bouquet. They may score highly in the romance stakes but your fruit yield will suffer!
Expect to see large peaches from the Avalon Pride around August time unless you have a neighbour with a warped sense of humour that super glues fruits to your tree.
It is supplied as a bush meaning that the first branches of the Peach tree start coming out of the trunk quite low down instead of having a section of clear trunk which gives you a conventional lollipop tree shape.
Time of Picking: Mid-September
Self-Fertile/Not Self-Fertile: Avalon Pride is a self-fertile peach, therefore it will produce Peach fruits without the need of a second Peach tree nearby.
This tree is available on a Semi-Vigorous St Julien Rootstock meaning the tree will reach an ultimate height of 3.6 metres.
We will include a message card included at no additional cost if required.
Quick Fruit Tree Links
Take a look at our TOP SELLING FRUIT TREES, Wet ground issues then choose a PEAR TREE first, followed by APPLE TREES. For more information on pollination please look at POLLINATION EXPLAINED or choosing the CORRECT POLLINATION PARTNER
Fruit Tree Life Expectancy
Most fruit trees will give you AT LEAST 40 years of fruit. Pears can go to 70. Records of 200 year old trees exist but this is the exception, not the rule.
Do I Need To Stake My Bare Root Fruit Tree?
9 out of 10 times the answer will be no, especially if under 200cm tall. However our article on Tree Staking should help guide you.
Growing Our Trees In The UK
To date, we have checked the passports of our trees and none seem to have sneaked off for non UK holidays so all are UK grown.
Warm and wet conditions from Climate Change have increased aesthetic foliage issues such as Powdery Mildew, Shothole, Rust etc These are not terminal issues and will usually last a season. All trees are inspected before being sent out to ensure they are fundamentally healthy.
Planting In The Corner Of A Garden
Air and light is reduced in this location which could promote fungus and bacterial issues. If the corner is of the house and a fence then you also have leeching issues to contend with from cement and wood preservatives. Also when it rains, that area would experience higher water levels so we advise against it.
Important Peach Fruit Tree information
All our garden Peach fruit trees are carefully nursery grown in pots and containers which means you can PLANT THEM ALL YEAR ROUND. Unfortunately all Peach trees do not winter (Oct-Mar) very well if left outside in their pots. We advise planting Peach fruit trees directly into the soil OR keeping them in a heated conservatory or greenhouse during the winter period if you want to keep them in containers.