Veteran Peach

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Veteran Peach

Prunus persica Mid-Late. Ont-1940208 (Vaughan x Early Elberta) Vineland Stn, Ontario, 1928.

Soft yellow melting semi-freestone flesh of good quality. Vigorous, reliable and productive. Medium-large fruit is mostly yellow-skinned with a flash of red. Not so much a fresh-eating peach, but has gained a reputation as an excellent canner. Peels easily and tastes like August in a jar. “Cuz the canned goods that I buy at the store/ Ain’t got the summer in ’em anymore.”

Ripens 3–4 weeks after Redhaven, about canning time. Hardy enough for most New England peach-growing yards. Z4/5. (3– 6' bare-root trees)



336 Veteran
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Peaches

Peaches are self-pollinating; one tree alone is sufficient. Plant 15–20' apart.

For more info:
About Peaches.