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Georgia Bell Peach Tree

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The Bell of Georgia peach tree, Prunus persica 'Bell of Georgia' was named by Col. Lewis Rumph of Marshallville, GA after his mother-in-law, Ms. Bell Hall of Macon, Georgia, and is a white skin peach with a red overlay of splotching that makes it very attractive on supermarket shelves with a great customer approval record for its appearance, and the delicious firm inside melting pulp that is fruity flavored, juicy and sweetly agreeable when it ripens around July the 4th.

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Sizes Listed Below Prior to Complimentary Pruning

4-5ft tall [Add $11.25]
5-6ft tall [Add $15.25]
6-7ft tall [Add $27.25]
7-8ft tall [Add $68.25]
8-9ft tall - Bearing Size [Add $88.25]
9-10ft tall [Add $128.25]

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Average Rating: 1 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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Condition January 2, 2016
Reviewer: Donald Butler from Winslow, IN United States  
Root stock was really crooked. This is not good.
5'' 6" tall. Tree was not what I was paying for
Had a black patch. Looks like a type of fungus
Had some bark damage 2 limbs

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very small May 5, 2015
Reviewer: william ciofani from palatine, IL United States  
much smaller than I anticipated

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