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Peento Peach

These unique Peaches have been grown in China for centuries. Now American gardeners can enjoy their sweet, delectable flavor, juicy white flesh, and unusual donut shape. Because of their susceptibility to Peach Leaf Curl, these varieties should be sprayed for this disease in the Pacific Northwest.

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Galaxy

Galaxy

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.
1612
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$ 24.95
Saturn

Saturn

This unique variety features sweet and juicy, white, melting flesh. When in bloom, Saturn is covered by masses of bright pink flowers and is as striking as flowering ornamental plums and cherries. Saturn appears to be exceptionally resistant to bark diseases.
1640
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$ 24.95
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