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Saturn Peach

Saturn Peach

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Item# 38-617
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Grow "Heavenly" Peaches in Your Own Backyard

  • White-fleshed, self-fertile freestone peach variety
  • Hardy in Zones 5-9
  • Not sure of your zone? Our Zone Finder tool can help!
  • Shipping by growing zone begins in late March and continues into June; please allow 1 to 2 weeks for delivery

Delicious Saturn peaches, named for their flattened doughnut shape, are terrific for eating fresh and also make wonderful pies or cobblers. The large pink flowers are delightful in spring, too. First fruit harvest will typically be three years after planting.

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  • Bareroot plant
  • 12-15' H at maturity
  • Self-fertile
  • Plant in full sun in well-drained soil

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5.0

A Peach of a Tree

By Bob

from Huntington WV

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      Comments about : Saturn Peach:

      Did not think peaches grew in West Virginia but did a little research and decided to take a chance. This is the second summer and the proof is in the pictures. Admittedly I do not know anything about peach trees but this one does not appear to care. Peaches a now 2 inch by 1 inch size, sweet but very hard. Although the peaches a small they are just like the picture. I think they are not quite ripe.

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      I don't know if it will make it...

      By TeeGeeRoo

      from DFW, TX

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      Comments about : Saturn Peach:

      The plant appeared to be alive upon arrival, judging by the flexibility of the stems. After planting, there has been no growth. Many of the tips have died (dry and brittle), but the branches still have flexibility. Will continue watering during hot season. There may be little hope for survival at this point.

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