3 years to reach maturity
Trees blossom during early August. Fruit ripens during the first weeks of November.
Peach 'San Pedro' Overview
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. San Pedro is a cling peach with a red skin set against a yellow background. The flesh is slightly acidic.
Common problems with Peach 'San Pedro'
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 'San Pedro' Companion Plants
How to propagate Peach 'San Pedro'
Sow pips after cold stratification to give rise to seedlings.
Graft the cultivar onto the desired seedlings / rootstock.
Special features of Peach 'San Pedro'
The blossoms appear before the leaving making a beautiful pink display.
Other uses of Peach 'San Pedro'
The fruit is edible fresh, dried, cooked or preserved.