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May Pride Peach Tree (Prunus persica “May Pride")

DESCRIPTION

May Pride Peach

Prunus persica “May Pride"

  • Small golden fruits with a blush of red
  • Early ripening peach for warm winter climates
  • Known for reliable production, especially in warmer areas
  • Pink flowers bloom in early spring

May Pride Peach trees produce a very early-ripening, delicious and sweet fruit that’s a great snack any time of the day and a welcome addition to a variety of recipes. It’s a low chill variety that loves full sun exposure and requires low to moderate watering needs once established. These are very large for such as early peach and the large, showy pink blossoms make it an attractive tree for any landscape. Growing your own fruit always tastes better, can save you money, and you can grow fruits without the use of pesticides. Come visit one of our huge Moon Valley Nurseries, where you’ll find May Pride Peach trees able to produce the sweetest and juiciest fruits in all of Texas!

A May Pride Peach tree loves to grow with full sun exposure and once established will have low to moderate watering needs. This is a large Peach tree with vigorous upright growth and it’s a regular and productive bearer of the sweet and tangy fruit that people love. Knowing exactly where your food comes from feels good. Plant a few in your landscape and enjoy growing your own fruit.

At Moon Valley, we have May Pride peach trees available in a variety of sizes, including some that are already at their fruit producing age. So if you want to get started on an edible landscape, come visit any of huge nurseries. We have what you need and an experienced team of nursery experts that are glad to help with your landscaping goals.

Our professional planting and delivery service will get any sized order planted and treated with our specialized Supercharged Moon Juice and Moon Dust fertilizer to get your plants growing just right.

FEATURES

Full sun

Blooms in early spring