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Peach & Nectarine

One of our favorite fruits, tree ripened Peaches and Nectarines are irresistibly delicious. Easier to grow than ever, you can harvest good crops of these delectable fruits in the Northwest and other regions of the country. Our leaf-curl resistant varieties free you from the need to spray for this disease. Or plant Saturn or Galaxy, and with 2 to 3 easy copper sprays in the winter and spring, you can enjoy their very sweet, white fleshed, unusual, doughnut shaped fruit. Please note that our Leaf Curl resistant varieties are not immune to the disease and may suffer some damage from it, especially in wet springs.

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Autumn Rose

Autumn Rose

This New Zealand variety is great for Northwest gardeners and gardeners everywhere. A harvest-time treat. this unique, dark red, freestone fruit has very attractive and tasty burgundy red and white flesh. Autumn Rose fruit is sweet and flavorful with a hint of tartness. It is also very resistant to Peach Leaf Curl.
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$ 24.95 Available in the Spring


One of our favorite, disease-resistant varieties, Charlotte bears good crops of deliciously sweet, orange-red, semi-freestone fruit. Charlotte also appears to be particularly resistant to bacterial canker, a bark disease that can be a problem in our wet climate.
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$ 24.95 Available in the Spring


A very attractive tree with delectable fruit, creamy-orange Galaxy Peaches are prized for their deliciously sweet, tender white flesh. Some have called it the “bagel peach” because of its size and shape.
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$ 24.95 Available in the Spring
Kreibich Nectarine

Kreibich Nectarine

This unique white-flesh Nectarine was discovered by Roland Kreibich in Western Washington. A reliable producer of bright red, sweet and delicious, smooth-skin fruit, Kreibich is the only Peach Leaf Curl resistant Nectarine we have found.
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$ 24.95 Available in the Spring


Discovered by our friend Rick Landt, this unique variety is prized for its disease resistance and large, delicious fruit. Growing and producing fruit for many years in Ashland, Oregon, Landt bears good crops of attractive, orange-yellow peaches with sweet and flavorful, deep-orange flesh.
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$ 24.95 Available in the Spring


Originally from Canada, this leaf-curl resistant variety is proving itself a reliable producer in our climate.Nanaimo™ fruit turns a beautiful red when ripe and is freestone with sweet and tasty, orange flesh.
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$ 24.95 Available in the Spring
Oregon Curl Free

Oregon Curl Free

An excellent variety for the Northwest, Oregon Curl Free is resistant to Peach Leaf Curl and produces good crops of large, tasty, sweet and juicy, orange-yellow Peaches. These delicious, semi-freestone peaches ripen in mid-August and are excellent for fresh eating, baking, and preserves.
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$ 24.95
Pacific Pride™

Pacific Pride™

A selected seedling of Kreibich Nectarine, this new variety bears abundant crops of aromatic, delectably sweet and juicy, flavorful, white flesh Nectarines. Pacific Pride™ ripens about two weeks later than Kreibich, and holds up well in cold storage. Like Kreibich, it appears to be very resistant to Peach Leaf Curl.
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$ 27.95 Available in the Spring
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