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'Peregrine' Peach Tree 4-5 ft Self-fertile,Excellent Rich Flavour,Early Cropping

£19.99

 

Peach Tree 'Peregrine' / Prunus persica 'Peregrine',4-5 feet tall

These are BARE ROOTED plants which can be planted from the end of October until April and will be dispatched as soon as the weather turns cold and they become dormant.The dispatch date depends on the Autumn temperature and varies from year to year. 

Peregrine is the most popular peach grown in the UK and with Red flush on white skin it is impressive to behold. Excellent rich flavour and is a Heavy cropper.

Growing Details

Common Name: Peach 'Peregrine'
Genus: Prunus
Species: Persica var.Peregrine
Cultivar: 'Peregrine'
Skill Level: Beginner
Exposure: Full sun, Partial shade
Hardiness: Hardy
Soil type: All, except very damp
Height: 250cm
Spread: 200cm
Other Notes: Self Fertile

Description

This is a very reliable variety which will give excellent results in a warm, sunny and reasonably sheltered position.

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  1. Excellent value 5

    Posted by Joy Grimes on 19th Mar 2019

    Really pleased with the size and quality of the tree.
    Service was good and packed really well.
    Very happy with my choice.

  2. ARRIVED IN GOOD CONDTION 5

    Posted by WILLIAM MORGANS on 19th Mar 2019

    Very pleased with the peregrine peach I recently purchased, already budding, it is showing many more buds since planting, although it is early days, I may well order another, good Company to deal with I would recommend
    WILLIAM

  3. wonderful 5

    Posted by karl simmons on 25th Jan 2018

    I ordered peregrine peach tree.it came within 2 to3 days.size about 4ft with loads of branches on.im well happy I wd recommend this company to everyone.get your trees here well worth the money.

  4. Excellent peach tree 5

    Posted by John Mackinnon on 27th Feb 2017

    Very strong, well rooted, lots of small branches (feathers) and well packed. Excellent value tree, ideal for what I wanted, to plant against a South facing wall. Cut off 15 small branches, put them in water and now showing flowers in the opening buds. Highly recommended.