It takes more than just bees for pollination!
Grandpa explains the "birds and bees" of fruit pollination.

Peach Varieties

Peaches can be fairly easy to grow, but do not expect good luck if you are trying to grow them in Hardiness Zones 4 or colder--- you are just not in stone fruit territory!  Remember to prune trees adequately late in the spring to maintain vigor and to thin the fruit heavily to get good size.   Try to thin to 6-10 inches between fruits on vigorous trees.  Almost all peach varieties are self-fertile, so ONE tree can be planted without another variety to pollinate it without problem.

Due to phytosanitary restrictions and concerns Grandpa will not accept orders or ship Peach or Nectarine or other stonefruits to CA or HI and the following counties in Colorado---Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Mesa, Rio Grande, Saguache Counties.  We may limit shipping of certain varieties to the following states---  ID, OR, WA--- depending on their source and virus-free certification status. We cannot ship any stock to CANADA or outside the USA.

Note:  Planting a variety outside of its normal Hardiness Zone will void our normal replacement policy.  Please be careful in your selections!

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Cresthaven Peach

Cresthaven Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Cresthaven'
The Cresthaven peach is a firm, yellow to red highly colored variety for late season. The fruit is yellow-fleshed, freestone, and shows considerable red around the pit. This is a vigorous, productive tree that has fair tolerance to bacterial spot. Go

Early Redhaven Peach

Early Redhaven Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Early Redhaven'
Grandpa's Choice™ Early Redhaven is a mutation of Redhaven that ripens about two weeks earlier. This early, very attractive peach is cold hardy with billiant red, semiclingstone fruit that is firm and yellow fleshed. It is a good choic

Elberta Peach

Elberta Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Elberta'
Elberta used to be the "Queen of Peaches" before Redhaven was developed, but many still think it is. It still is an excellent quality, juicy, yellow freestone peach suitable for all uses. In California it ripens in late July to early August, but in

Flamin'Fury(R) PF- 23 Peach

Flamin'Fury(R) PF- 23 Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Flamin'Fury(R) PF- 23'

Flamin'Fury™ PF-23 peach ripens about 18 days after Redhaven.  It is an excellent producer of very firm, highly colored, high quality peaches with excellent flavor.


Flamin'Fury(R) PF- 24C-

Flamin'Fury(R) PF- 24C- "Cold Hardy" Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Flamin'Fury(R) PF- 24C- "Cold Hardy"'

Flamin'Fury® PF 24C-Cold Hardy Peach is touted by its breeder as being one of the most cold hardy and frost resistant peaches he has ever seen. It has attractive large, red fruit that have excellent flavor and quality.  We


Flamin'Fury(R) PF- 25 Peach

Flamin'Fury(R) PF- 25 Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Flamin'Fury(R) PF- 25'

Flamin'Fury® PF-25 peach is one of Paul Friday's earlier introductions, but it has all the qualities the Flamin'Fury® peaches are known for--- great size, color, firmness, and productivity.  It  is reported to be


Flamin'Fury(R) PF- 5B Peach

Flamin'Fury(R) PF- 5B Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Flamin'Fury(R) PF- 5B'

Flamin'Fury® PF 5B is one of the earliest peaches, being about 5 days after PF-1 and about three weeks before Redhaven.  It has good flavor, quality, and has decent medium size fruit.  Beautiful red fruit that tastes


Flamin'Fury(R) PF- Lucky 13 Peach

Flamin'Fury(R) PF- Lucky 13 Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Flamin'Fury(R) PF- Lucky 13'
Flamin'Fury® PF Lucky 13™ peach delivers both high red color and firm, quality freestone fruit. The peach is sweet and juicy with an excellent flavor, ripening about one week after Redhaven. The tree is spreading and very productive with good r

Glohaven Peach

Glohaven Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Glohaven'
The Glohaven peach is a large, nearly round, uniform peach with very little fuzz. Its skin color is mostly red with a goldn background. The flesh is yellow and is a favorite for canning and freezing because it resists browning. Tree is vigorous, prod

Halehaven Peach

Halehaven Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Halehaven'

Halehaven was well known as an excellent canning and freezing peach in its day.  The fruit is large and orangish yellow with a deep crimson blush.  It has a tough skin and the flesh is sweet, juicy, frm and tender. 


Loring Peach

Loring Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Loring'
Loring peach is a very attractive, large yellow peach with a hint on red blush. It has very firm, melting yellow flesh with excellent flavor. It is freestone and ripens in mid-season about midway between Redhaven and Elberta. It has gained a good

Madison Peach

Madison Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Madison'
Madison peach is a medium sized, bright red freestone fruit. This high quality fruit has slightly fibrous, firm orange-yellow flesh that is mild and rich in flavor.Tree is hardy, vigorous, frost sesistant and self-pollinating. Recommended for Norther

O'Henry Peach

O'Henry Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'O'Henry'
Grandpa's Choice™ O'Henry is a brightly colored, large peach with only a slight fuzz. The flesh is yellow, sweet and juicy with a little red streaking. The fruit is large, bright red, very firm and will keep well. The tree is product

Red Globe Peach

Red Globe Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Red Globe'
Grandpa's Choice™ Red Globe peach is an exception variety that ripens in mid-season, about three weeks after Redhaven. It is well suited to areas where bacterial spot is not a problem. The fruit it medium large and almost perfectly rou

Redhaven Peach--- The

Redhaven Peach--- The "Gold Standard" of peaches!

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Redhaven'
Grandpa's Choice(TM) Redhaven peach is a must have for any backyard orchard. It has replaced Elberta as the standard to compare all peaches to. When Grandpa first saw Redhaven, he couldn't wait to test it, and found that it met and surpassed all hi

Redskin Peach

Redskin Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Redskin'
Redskin is a nice late peach that ripened around Labor Day on Grandpa's Farm. It gets good size and will get good taste if picked ripe from the tree. It is mostly yellow, with a nice red cheeks.

Saturn (Peento or Donut) Peach

Saturn (Peento or Donut) Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Saturn'

Saturn is a white-fleshed, freestone peach with a tangy flavor. When it's pit is removed, the peach looks like a doughnut, or like Saturn's rings. The tree is vigorous, spreading, and resistant to bacterial leaf spot. Ripens in late July, early Au


STELLAR® - Allstar™ Peach

STELLAR® - Allstar™ Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'STELLAR® - Allstar™'
Allstar® ripens mid-season between Loring and Cresthaven. This peach has an 80-100% rich, bright red, blushed skin with a very firm, clear yellow flesh. Resistant to both bacterial spot and peach canker, this tree is also very high yielding with a me

STELLAR® - Autumnstar® Peach

STELLAR® - Autumnstar® Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'STELLAR® - Autumnstar® Peach'
Autumnstar® is an excellent new addition to the Stellar® peach line that ripens late in the season in mid-September, after Rio-Osa-Gem. It is large and firm. The fruit is mostly red over a yellow background. It has good flavor and can be used for

STELLAR® - Risingstar® Peach

STELLAR® - Risingstar® Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'STELLAR® - Risingstar® Peach'
Risingstar® ripens about 5-7 days ahead of Red Haven and is a large, round, freestone peach with an 80% rich, red color. Flesh is yellow with a pleasing sugar/acid flavor balance. The tree is spreading and very hardy, with resistance to bacterial spo

STELLAR® - Starfire® Peach

STELLAR® - Starfire® Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'STELLAR® - Starfire®'
Starfire™ is a very hardy, grower friendly tree with resistance to bacterial spot and canker. This heavy cropper will produce an 80% red peach with yellow, non-browning flesh, great flavor and storage characteristics. It ripens a few days afte

Suncrest Peach

Suncrest Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Suncrest'
Suncrest Peach is an excellent choice for western areas. It ripens in mid-season about 10 days before Elberta and a few days before Cresthaven. It has large, round, firm fleshed, freestone fruit. It is sweet and very tasty. Mostly red over a yell

Sweet Cap® Peento Peach

Sweet Cap® Peento Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Sweet Cap®'
Sweet Cap® is a new peento-type or "donut" peach. It is flat with almost no pit, like a normal peach. It has attractive large, white fleshed fruit that are rosey red on a creamy white background. The white flesh is very firm and fine eating. It i