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Peregrine peach trees

Peregrin
  • Picking season: Mid
  • Self-fertility: Self-fertile
  • Flesh colour: White

A white-fleshed peach with an excellent flavour, well-suited to temperate climates.

This is a free-stone peach - the stone falls cleanly from the flesh.

Peregrine peach trees for sale

Pot-grown

All pot-grown trees are suitable for planting out in the garden, some are suitable for growing in containers.

  • PG11-year bush-trained 7L pot-grown tree St. Julien rootstock £38.50
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  • PG2Fan-trained 12L pot-grown tree Semi-vigorous rootstock £63.50
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Bare-root

  • BR11-year bare-root tree St. Julien rootstock £24.45
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How to grow

Peregrine is one of the most suitable peaches for growing in an English climate. It crops well and is hardy. However, it best grown in a sheltered location in good sun, or ideally trained as a fan against a south-facing wall.

Advice on fruit tree pollination.

History

Developed by Rivers of Sawbridgeworth, UK, in 1906.

Peregrine characteristics

Growing

  • Gardening skillExperienced
  • Self-fertilitySelf-fertile
  • Flowering group3
  • Climate suitabilityTemperate climatesWarm climates

Using

  • Picking monthAugust
  • Picking seasonMid
  • CroppingGood
  • Keeping (of fruit)1-3 days
  • Food usesEating fresh
  • Cling-stoneFreestone

Problems

  • Peach leaf curlSome susceptibility

Climate

    Identification

    • Country of originUnited Kingdom
    • Period of origin1900 - 1949
    • Flesh colourWhite
    • Fruit colourRed - dark
    • Fruit sizeAverage
    • AwardsRHS Award of Garden Merit