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Sweet, Low Acid Peach

White Lady Peach Tree is a fruit producing tree with luscious fruit.  Plant one in a sunny location in your front yard where you can witness its splendor spring through fall.

The White Lady Peach tree is among the best of the new low acid, high sugar, white peaches. The aroma is heavenly and the flavor sublime.  In fact, it was one of the top scoring varieties at a blind fruit tasting event.

The red-skinned peaches (with a cream background), are medium to large, very firm, and freestone.  By late July you’ll be ready to harvest these delectable delights.  Eat them fresh off the tree or save some for later. They have good storage and shipping qualities, so you don’t have to worry about them spoiling before you can use them all.

Aside from its superior fruit, White Lady Peach produces stunningly beautiful pink flowers making it a spring ornamental tree along with its fruit bearing capabilities!  There’s nothing like a peach tree right outside your window.  From spring until fall, it’s a delight to behold.

White Lady Peach is a deciduous tree that will grow to about 18 feet in height.  It doesn’t require a pollinator to produce fruit so you can try just one if you don’t have much space.  It’s an outstanding tree that provides superior fruit.  Why not try a White Lady Peach today!

* Exceptional fruit
* Low acid white peach
* Ornamental interest
* Self pollinating

Beautiful, Sweet, Highly Adaptable Improved Peach

White Lady Peach is one of the early introductions by the world acclaimed Floyd Zaiger. Zaiger is best known for his work with interspecific hybrids, specifically the Plum Apricot crosses called Pluot's and Aprium's. His work has been heavily influenced by Luther Burbank.

Zaiger began hybridizing plants by crossing varieties of Azaleas and Rhododendrons in the early 1950's. At this time, he was in search of heat tolerant selections that would do well in the Central Valley of California.

Zaiger's work came to the attention of Fred Anderson, a well know fruit breeder of the time, often referred to as the father of the Nectarine. Anderson actually started his career as an assistant to the world renown plant breeder Luther Burbank, so there was another connection.

Anderson liked the work that Floyd was doing and offered him a job as a plant breeder. This began his life-long fascination with fruit hybridization.

The White Lady is an early successful Zaiger hybridizations and is known as a 'Sub Acid' fruit. At its introduction in 1985, White Lady was noted for its great size, flavor and red blush skin color. It's most memorable feature was the lack of acid. White Lady Peach is a mild flavored fruit that was very sweet when still eaten firm. 'Sub Acid' would remain a focus of Zaigers hybridizations.

White Lady Peach resulted from the combination of several different well-known varieties of fruit. A first-generation seedling, it came one tree that was a cross of O'Henry and Giant Babcock pollinated by another tree that was a cross of May Grande Nectarine and Sam Houston Peach.

It has proved to be widely adaptable and is planted it all peach growing regions throughout the United States today. You'll love the White Lady Peach!

PLANT HIGHLIGHTS

White Lady Peach Tree Is Suited to Grow in Zones 5-9
Growing Zones 5-9
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Brand Nature Hills Nursery
Botanical Name Prunus persica 'White Lady'
Mature Height Standard: 15 - 25 feet
Soil Type Widely Adaptable
Sun Exposure Full Sun
Fruiting Time 3 - 5 years