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Reliance Peach Tree

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Reliance Peach Tree

Considered by some to be the most cold hardy peach variety available. Reliance produces nice medium to large sized freestone fruit with excellent flavor. It is a great choice for canning and cooking and can also be eaten fresh. Self- pollinating. Ripens in late summer. Standard trees grow 18-20' tall and 15-18' wide.
  • Hardiness Zones 4-8
  • Light Required Full Sun
  • Spread 18 - 20 feet
  • Height 18 - 20 feet

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Product Details

  • Botanical Name :

    Prunus persica 'Reliance'
  • Zones:

    4-8
  • Colors :

    Showy, pink, 1-inch blossoms.
  • Light Required :

    Full Sun
  • Spread :

    18 - 20 feet
  • Offer Size :

    Standard 2-4 Ft
  • Form :

    Fruit Tree, Fruit, Peach, Standard Peach Tree, Reachables Peach Tree
  • Height :

    18 - 20 feet
  • Spacing :

    18 - 20 feet
  • Foliage :

    Medium green foliage.
  • Flower Form :

    Showy pink, 1-inch blossoms.
  • Blooms :

    Mid Spring, Late Spring
  • Fruit :

    Medium fruit with dull red blush over yellow.
  • Soil Requirements :

    Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil
  • Growth Rate :

    Medium growth rate.
  • Pollinator :

    Self-pollinating
  • Yield :

    Approximately 2 - 5 bushels at maturity for Standard. 3/4 to 1 bushel for Reachables at maturity.
  • Depth :

    Locate the planting depth indicator, the marked line above the tree's root system. The graft should be about 2 inches above the soil surface.
  • Pruning :

    At planting, cut the main whip stem back by up to one third at a fat bud and prune side branches until you have removed about a third of the total wood. Also, trim away any broken or damaged roots. This will help balance the branch structure with the remaining roots and get your tree off to a healthier start. Second and third year pruning determines shape and prevents development of bad crotches. Pruning of fruit trees is best done during the dormant period. Summer pruning, except for the remova

Shipping Information

Plants will be shipped at the proper planting time for your area of the country using the shipping timeframes outlined below. We continually monitor weather conditions for extreme hot or cold and adjust shipping schedules as needed. Due to hot weather conditions, we are unable to ship most plant items in July and August.

Fruit Trees
Zones First Ship Date Last Ship Date
3A-4B 3/27/2023 6/9/2023
5A 3/13/2023 6/9/2023
5B-6B 2/27/2023 6/9/2023
7A-7B 2/6/2023 6/9/2023
8A-10B 2/6/2023 5/12/2023

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