The “Belle of Georgia” peach (Prunus persica “Belle of Georgia”) is a red-flowered peach tree variety grown in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 through 8. The tree is self-fertile and produces high quality white, sweet, freestone peaches that work well for freezing, canning, baking and direct eating. Like all peaches, this variety grows in full sun, very well drained soil and should be planted 12 to 15 feet apart. The “Belle of Georgia” tree is hardy and resists both bacterial spot and brown rot, making it easier to grow than many other varieties. This peach does require 800 to 850 chill hours, so it may not produce well after an extremely mild winter but can be relied upon to bear heavily during most fruiting seasons.
The Belle of Georgia Peach, Prunus persica, produces large, firm, highly flavored fruit with brilliant red flowers.
The beautiful springtime blossoms and attractive leaves make it a valuable landscaping trees.
This peach tree proves that edibles can be both ornamental and delicious!
In late summer, its large, rosy-red peaches hold sweet, succulent white freestone flesh that's perfect for eating right off the tree, baking in pies, and canning for winter enjoyment.
A fast grower, Belle of Georgia will reach a mature height and width of 12 to 14 feet.
For best fruiting, provide a well-drained soil in full sun.