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Peaches made the State of Georgia famous, being known as the “Peach State,” and Aaron's peach tree nursery can supply you will the peach tree variety that will grow best in your orchard.  Peach trees are very cold hardy and can be grown in most climate zones of the U.S., and your peach trees will produce delicious bushels of tasty juicy peaches from your own trees.  Peach trees are easy to grow, however, it is important to plant the proper cultivar  Aarons farm experts can tell you the best cultivars that adapted to grow in your climate area.

Elberta Peach Tree Florida King Peach Tree Florida Prince Peach Tree Georgia Bell Peach Tree Hale Haven Peach Tree
Elberta Peach Tree Florida King Peach Tree Florida Prince Peach Tree Georgia Bell Peach Tree Hale Haven Peach Tree
USDA Zones 5-8


USDA Zones 9-10


USDA Zones 9-10 USDA Zones 5-8 USDA Zones 5-8
Harvester Peach Tree Indian Blood Cling Peach Tree May Gold Peach Tree Red Haven Peach Tree Suwanee Peach Tree
Harvester Peach Tree Indian Blood Cling Peach Tree May Gold Peach Tree Red Haven Peach Tree Suwanee Peach Tree
USDA Zones 5-8 USDA Zones 5-8 USDA Zones 5-9 USDA Zones 5-8 USDA Zones 9-10
Florida King Peach Tree
Florida Prince Peach
Georgia Belle Peach Trees
A great variety for Florida peach growers is the Florida King Peach. Growing in USDA Zones 9 and 10, it requires very few chill hours and produces a large dark reddish colored peach ripening in late May. Florida peach growers look no further, we have the Florida Prince Peach Tree that grows in USDA Zones 9-10. It sets heavy and ripens to a semi-freestone peach in mid-May, five weeks before red haven. The Georgia Bell Peach Tree is a great variety for colder weather surviving in USDA Zones 5-8. It's a heavy producer with a white flesh, sweet taste, that ripens in August.

Have you ever considered growing your very own backyard peach orchard? With many different varieties that grow anywhere from USDA Zones 5-10, you're almost guaranteed to find a peach tree in our internet catalog that will grow in your area. Contact us today with any questions regarding which peach trees would be best for your growing needs today.