Cresthaven Cresthaven is a very firm, highly colored variety for the late season. The fruit is yellowfleshed, freestone, and shows considerable red around the pit. The tree is winter hardy, very productive and has medium vigor. Extra fertilization is recommended to maintain tree longevity and vigor.
Encore A very attractive, yellow-fleshed peach. Fruit is large, firm and tolerant to bacterial leaf spot. The tree is vigorous and hardy.
Garnet Beauty Fruit is high quality, firm and freestone when fully ripe. Tree is vigorous and productive. A good variety to precede Redhaven. Recommended for colder districts.
Glenglo Discovered in Martinsburg, West Virginia by W. Glen Welsh, this variety is rapidly becoming an important early season variety in the Mid-Atlantic region. Many consider Glenglo™ the best flavored peach in this season. The fruit is large, very firm and freestone when tree ripened. The tree is medium in vigor and productive.
Madison This variety is one of the most winter-hardy varieties available. The fruit is medium to large, uniform in size and of exceptional quality. Madison is recommended for northern climates where peaches are susceptible to low winter temperatures.
Redhaven A blue-ribbon, all-purpose peach. Luscious, top-quality fruit is great as a fresh snack or for canning and freezing. Enjoy bushels of large peaches with almost fuzzless skin over firm, creamy textured yellow flesh. Tree is heavy-bearing and easy to grow and maintain. Blooms late to avoid spring frosts. Branches have a spreading nature.
Reliance Well known for its cold hardiness, this variety is ideal for northern climates where peaches are not typically grown. The fruit is mediumsized, freestone, with a dull blush over greenish-yellow background. Good for canning and freezing.