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Florida Prince Peach Tree
Florida Prince Peach Tree



 
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Florida Prince peach tree, Prunus persica 'Florida Prince' (aka Flordaprince peach tree)  For those gardeners who live in very warm areas this peach requires the least chill hours and can be grown further South that any other peach cultivar.  The Florida Prince peach ripens in late April or early May and is in high demand for its early appearance on the market that brings the highest prices at grocery stores.  The Florida Prince tree blooms in February and March in Southern Florida, Louisiana and Texas.  The fruit is brightly colored semi-freestone with a crisp, sweet flavor balance.

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3-4ft tall [Add $9.25]
4-5ft tall [Add $15.25]
5-6ft tall [Add $21.25]
6-7ft tall [Add $37.25]
7-8ft tall [Add $92.25]
8-9ft tall - Bearing Size [Add $119.25]

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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doing Great March 29, 2017
Reviewer: Donna Byars from St Petersburg, FL United States  
Buds are popping out everywhere Nice Tree

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replacement tree February 15, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Interlachen, FL United States  
strong, hardy looking, smooth bark and excellent root growth and appears to be well grown.

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FL Prince Peach February 15, 2016
Reviewer: Joseph Worsham from Ocoee, FL United States  
Trees arrived in good condition and were excellent size and quality.  Got them in the ground right away so looking forward to many years of peaches

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