Introduced in the 1940s by Michigan State University's South Haven Experimental Station, 'Redhaven' is still the standard by which other Peaches are compared. It's tolerant of disease, can be grown in many parts of the country, and bears heavy crops of freestone fruit (the pit comes away easily from the flesh) with sweet flavor and firm texture that's good for canning. The medium- to large-size fruit has pretty red skin and yellow flesh, and ripens in midseason, from the end of July to early August. 'Redhaven' is self-fertile, so you will get fruit if you only grow one plant. Choose a site with well-drained, even sandy soil, protected from late-spring frosts. Bareroot tree, about 4ft tall with 1/2in trunk. Grafted. For more information on growing and care, click "Growing Guide".
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