A picture of a Peach 'Peregrine'

Peach 'Peregrine'

Prunus persica 'Peregrine'

Prunus persica flower NP by Krish Dulal (CC BY-SA 3.0)

Full Sun
Moderate care
Moderate watering
Half-hardy

10a

USDA zone

-1°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

7m

Max

7m

4m

Min

4m

3 years to reach maturity

Fruiting

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

The trees flower during Spring and peaches are harvested in mid-Summer.

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Peach 'Peregrine' Overview

The cultivar 'Peregrine' has a dark red skin set against a green background. Its flesh is white and sweet. They have a chilling requirement of 500 units. Peach trees are small and deciduous. For best results ask a local nursery for advice on choosing the best variety and rootstock for your garden.

Common problems with Peach 'Peregrine'

Leaf curl can limit the amount of food produced through photosinthesis for the tree leading to stress. Fruit can suffer from fruit fly, bol wurm and false codling moth attacks.

Peach 'Peregrine' Companion Plants

How to propagate Peach 'Peregrine'

Seed

Sow seed after a cold period of 3 months. Graft or bud the cultivar you would like to harvest on the seedlings.

Cuttings

Cultivars are grafted or budded onto the desired rootstocks.

Special features of Peach 'Peregrine'

Attractive flowers

The blossoms appear before the leaves in early spring making a beautiful show of pink flowers.

Other uses of Peach 'Peregrine'

Edible

The fruit is edible fresh, dried, cooked or preserved.