Attractive Early Heirloom Bounty Peach Tree
- Early Season
- 800 Chill Hours
- Freestone, Medium-Large
- Very Juicy, Richly Flavored Sweet Peach
- Productive Harvest of Pretty Peaches
- Self-Pollinating, but You'll get Much More Fruit With Second Variety Nearby
- Great-Tasting Heirloom Peach
- Outstanding Fresh Eating, Freezing and Canning
- Beautiful Pink Flowers in Spring
- Resistant to Bacterial Leaf Spot
Call your friends and family when it's ready to harvest your Bounty Peach Tree (Prunus persica 'Bounty'). Host a picking party, but be prepared for most of the crop to get eaten fresh that day, or soon thereafter.
Bounty Peach tree is very pretty. Long, slender, dark green leaves add a little tropical flair.
The attractive fruit on this special variety is a knock-out. They have a lovely, uniform red blush over golden skin.
Those heirloom, yellow-fleshed peaches are so juicy! Kids should wear old shirts, and tell parents they'll need to give them a bath after the party.
Nothing tastes better than tree-ripe fresh peaches still warm from the sun. Grow your own trees as a rewarding experience.
Bounty Peach is self-pollinating, which means you'll get fruit from a single tree. However, you might be amazed to see how much more fruit your tree will produce if you add a second variety. Try a mid-season tree to extend your fresh peach season by a few weeks.
This is the kind of peach you used to savor when you were a kid. These non-browning peaches tastes so sweet and good.
This is a great freestone variety, with a pit that pulls away cleanly. Bounty peaches are so easy to prep and peel! Freeze slices or can halves to enjoy the taste of summer sunshine later in winter.
It's nice to have Peach trees to boost your food security and be prepared. This is one of the most beloved heirlooms.
Start your season of scrumptious peaches off right with this early season Peach tree. Order your Bounty Peach tree today!
How to Use Bounty Peach Tree in the Landscape
These gorgeous fruiting trees can be used as a marvelous specimen tree. Add one to your sunny side yard, or use it as a backdrop for the Victory Garden.
You'll enjoy the intricate pink blooms that cover your tree in springtime. Watch as the baby fruit set comes on and develops through the season.
Let it grow to its mature height and spread. Add Redhaven and Elberta-style trees in a true orchard planting. You'll be able to pick fresh fruit over the whole season with successive ripening.
If you have a small space, or want to grow a lot of different kinds of trees, you can enjoy an Edible Landscape with modern planting techniques.
Keep it tightly pruned with summer size control. Choose how tall you want to keep your tree, and prune it to stay there.
This annual task takes only a little bit of time, and lets you grow 3 or 4 trees in a single hole. You can even have a fruiting hedgerow that doubles as a useful privacy fence!
People across the country are growing high density plantings to maximize their space. Read our blogs and watch our videos to learn more about these tried and true practices.
Why not make your sunshine work hard for your family? It's an excellent feeling to have frozen, homegrown fruit in your freezer or on your shelves.
#ProPlantTips for Care
Peach trees must receive at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day. Give morning sun that will quickly dry off the foliage from overnight dew.
You'll keep your tree healthy with good sun and air circulation. Don't plant too close to buildings, or where air gets trapped.
Peaches grow best in fertile, well-drained soils. If you have poor drainage, bring in additional soil in a mounded heap of soil to 18 inches by three feet wide. Plant in that mound.
Apply a medium amount of water on a regular basis. Apply a three-inch layer of mulch over the top of the root system. Spread the mulch out to three feet outside of the canopy.
Enjoy those fun harvest parties with Bounty Peach trees. Order yours today, and hurry. We'll sell out quickly.
|Prunus persica 'Bounty'
|12 - 18 feet
|10 - 15 feet
|Growing Zone Range
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