Peach, Oregon Curl Free

Prunus persica

A good disease-resistant variety for our rainy Pacific Northwest climate, where peaches are notoriously hard to grow. As its name states, Oregon Curl Free Peach is resistant to peach leaf curl which can be crippling here. Productive semi-freestone with large juicy fruit of yellow color with an orange blush. Use fresh, bake or preserve. Plant in the warmest, sunniest place you can. Shelter, such as the eve of a house is helpful as is a stone wall or other source of reflected heat. Good airflow is also important to peach tree health.

USDA Zone: 5-9

Pollination: Self-fertile.

Time to productivity: 2-3 years, depending on conditions.

Ripening time: August

Size: 12′


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An excellent variety for the Northwest, Oregon Curl Free Peach is resistant to Peach Leaf Curl and produces good crops of large, tasty, sweet and juicy, orange-yellow Peaches. These delicious peaches ripen in mid-August and are excellent for fresh eating, baking, and preserves.