Old style peaches on non-dwarfing rootstock. These are best grown as free-standing trees to 3-4m but can be espaliered in a FAN shape effectively keeping it below 1.8m.
This Australian peach is about 100 years old! White flesh with a ruby red skin. Amazingly sweet, producing abundant fruit in mid January for about a month. Doesnt seem to be to susceptible to curly leaf. Self fertile.
A yellow-fleshed, yellow skinned late ripening peach. Firm clingstone flesh, good when eaten fresh, but amazing stewed, preserved, etc when the flavour really comes out. A NZ breed.
An early to mid seasoned peach. Yellow fleshed, with excellent flavour. Red skin, reasonably resistant to leaf curl. Self-fertile.
A white fleshed cling-stone peach from an old tree in a garden in Cygnet, Tasmania. Absolutley amazing tasting peaches, that produces masses of medium sized fruit starting February over about three weeks. Beautiful red skin. Self fertile.
A peach bred in the 1930's by Luther Burbank. An early peach, freestone with sweet juicy yellow flesh. A Good bearer. Orangy skin. Self-fertile.