A variety recently introduced by the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station at Rutgers University. The fruit is very large, highly colored, with excellent firmness and fruit quality. The trees are very vigorous, productive and resistant to bacterial spot. This variety is receiving very high marks by growers throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
An exciting release that originated from an Italian breeding program, Orion™ is an early season flat peach that ripens about 2 weeks before Redhaven. It is white-fleshed with bright scrarlet skin and has excellent flavor. The fruit is firm, medium in size and has little to no stem pull issues. The tree is highly productive and should be thinned accordingly.
Raritan Rose is an attractive, high-quality, white-fleshed peach. The fruit is medium to large with exceptional eating quality. The trees are productive, resistant to bacterial leaf spot and very winter hardy.
This variety is considered by many as the standard for the Northeast peach industry. Tree is vigorous, very bud-hardy and productive. Fruit is medium-sized and colors to a brilliant red. One of the best commercial varieties. Ripens around August 1 in south-central Pennsylvania.
Well known for its cold hardiness, this variety is ideal for northern climates where peaches are not typically grown. The fruit is mediumsized, freestone, with a dull blush over greenish-yellow background. Good for canning and freezing.
Developed by Zaiger Genetics of Modesto, California, this is the earliest ripening peach offered by Adams County Nursery. The fruit is medium in size, clingstone, highly colored and very firm. The tree is vigorous and productive under Pennsylvania conditions. This is one of the best flavored of the early season varieties.
Selena™ is one of two late-season, yellow-fleshed peaches we have decided to introduce. This selection harvests between Cresthaven and Encore. The fruit size is large and finishes with a beautiful, crimson color. Flavor and overall fruit quality have rated as excellent. Trees are productive and resistant to bacterial spot. Available Spring 2018. PPAF.
An introduction from the USDA peach breeding program at Beltsville, Maryland. Sentry is a firm, highly colored, semi-freestone peach with outstanding size for an early-season variety. The tree is vigorous and very resistant to bacterial spot. Sentry is not recommended in regions where winter fruit bud injury is common.
This is the latest ripening white-fleshed peach variety offered by Adams County Nursery. The fruit is medium to large and attractive with outstanding fruit quality. Due to the late ripening, September Snow is not recommended for planting in northern growing districts.
If you are interested in planting a white-fleshed variety for the late season, this selection is an excellent choice. The fruit is very large and firm with outstanding fruit quality. The tree is vigorous, productive and moderately resistant to bacterial spot.