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Peaches
  1. Anjou Pear Tree
    Anjou
  2. Bartlette Pear Tree
    Bartlette
  3. Bosc Pear Tree
    Bosc
  4. Flemmish Beauty Pear Tree
    Flemmish Beauty
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  1. Contender peach Tree
    Contender peach
  2. Elberta Peach Tree
    Elberta Peach
  3. Hale Haven Peach Tree
    Hale Haven Peach
  4. Harken Peach Tree
    Harken Peach
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Contender
One of most cold hardy variety of yellow peaches. This bud-hardy peach escapes late spring frosts. Compares to Reliance peach in that it reliably sets fruit in cold climate areas.  Has survived winter temperatures of -40°F in Minnesota and Wisconsin. A freestone peach with bright yellow flesh. Sweet, extra-juicy fruit is an absolute delight for fresh eating, canning, baking, and freezing. Self-pollinating. 
Elberta
      Heavy Producing -up to 150 lbs can be yeilded off one tree in a Season. A beautiful tree widely planted throughout Denver and surounding areas. Besides being beautiful, Elberta peaches are juicy and one of the easiest peaches to eat. They have one of the smallest freestone pits and some of the thickest, juiciest flesh of any peach on the market.  Hardy to -25 Max elevation 6500ft
Hale Haven
      One of the best canning peaches! This large fruit is excellent for fresh-eating and falls from the pit cleanly for easy canning.  Tree is reliably productive. Self-pollinating. Fruit is large, yellow with red cheek, freestone. Flesh firm, juicy, very sweet, and richly flavored. Ripens early September. Tree is very productive, hardy.   Hardy to -25 Max elevation 6500ft
Harken
From Canada. Red skinned, yellow freestone peach. Sweet, flavorful, mid-sized fruit, non-browning flesh. Good for eating fresh, freezing and canning. Cold hardy peach ripens early mid season, a few days after Redhaven and is adapted to climates with extreme temperature fluctuations. 
  1. Red Haven Peach Tree
    Red Haven Peach
  2. Polly Peach Tree
    Polly Peach
  3. Reliance Peach Tree
    Reliance Peach
  4. White Lady Peach Tree
    White Lady Peach
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​Palisade Red Haven
Semi-freestone, heavy-bearing, cold-hardy. Bushels of big, luscious peaches that have an almost fuzzless skin over firm, creamy yellow flesh. Fruit is medium to large size Good for snacks, canning or freezing. Redhaven peach is a must have for any backyard orchard. It is juicy, sweet, and very tasty. Hardy to -25 Max elevation 6500 
Polly
 White peaches grow best in Colorado and higher elevations because they bloom later. White peaches are firm and clean slicing, they are different than your typical yellow peach, less juicy and soft yet great tasting, freestone and high quality. Great for cooking and salsas. Longer shelf life. Hardy to -30 Max elevation 7000ft
Reliance
 Reliance peach is a medium sized fruit that is dark red splashed over a yellow background. This freestone peach is good for canning, freezing and fresh use. The tree is vigorous, fast growing, and has showy, bright pink blossoms. It is one of the most hardy peaches and can be grown in areas where most varieties are marginal. Excellent choice for cold areas! Even after -20  freeze during budding Reliance will still bear peaches. Hardy to -25 Max elevation 6500
​White Lady
White peaches grow best in Colorado and higher elevations because they bloom later. White peaches are firm and clean slicing, they are different than your typical yellow peach, less juicy and soft yet great tasting, freestone and high quality. White lady has more sweetness than other varieties.