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Georgia Belle Peach

Prunus persica 'Georgia Belle'
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Georgia Belle is also known as Belle of Georgia.  It is an old-time favorite with large, white fruit with a reddish blush.  The flesh is white and creamy with tinges of red.  Although firm, it bruises easily.  It is highly flavored and aromatic.  Good for all uses.  It is freestone.  Ripens a few days before Elberta, late in the season.  It is a hardy and reliable producer that is self-fertile.

Georgia Belle originated as a seedling of the old Chinese Cling peach in 1870.  It quickly found favor for its flavor and quality.

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  Full Sun
Skill Required