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O'Henry Peach

O'Henry Peach

O'Henry Peach

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 productive and moderately vigorous. It is well suited to western areas, where it has been very popular. O'Henry ripens late in the season between J.H. Hale and Rio Osa Gem.

O'Henry Peach Pricing

Item # Description Price
3033 O'Henry Peach - OUT OF STOCK FOR THE SEASON $0.00 Add Add to Cart


10-15 Feet



10-14 Feet

USDA Hardiness Zone 5-8


Prunus persica 'O'Henry'
Homeowner Growing and Maintenance Tips

Almost all peaches are self-fertile and require no pollinators. They will set heavy crops on single trees, which need heavy and aggressive thinning early in the season for best fruit size. Maintain good vigor in peaches by pruning every year, and fertilizing moderately. Aim for 1-3 feet of new growth a year. Fertilize early in the season, so that growth is well hardened off before fall and winter cold weather.


A Little History about O'Henry Peach

O'Henry was introduced from California around 1968. It was bred by Grant Merrill and is believed to be an open pollinated seedling of Merrill Bonaza, maybe crossed with a nectarine.

Prunus persica 'O'Henry' Characteristics & Attributes

Bloom Character
Early blooming
Fruit Characteristics
Large fruit
Growth Rate/Habit
Spreading habit
Average vigor
Early to bear
Very productive
Harvest Period
Late season
Other Attributes
Keeps well
Grandpa's Choice™
Very juicy
Very sweet
Site Requirements
Full Sun
Winter hardy
Skill Required
Easy to grow
Cooking or baking
Good for pies
Canning or freezing
High dessert quality