Category: Fruit & Nut Trees
Golden Jubilee Peach is a fruit bearing tree that is popularly recognized for its skill to tolerate cold climates. This is the hardy, prolific tree that starts bearing large crops after the growth of three years to four years and attains the complete potential at the age of 8 years to 12 years. The Golden Jubilee Peach is also excellent for roadside markets. This self-fertile tree needs regular watering and it is not a drought-tolerant tree. The tree has a fast growth rate that grows well in complete sun and needs a minimum of six hours to eight hours of complete sunlight to grow well. The Golden Jubilee Peach tree performs well in sandy, well-exhausted soils. When fully grown, the Golden Jubilee Peach tree attains a circular shape with its widespread branches.
A full-grown Golden Jubilee Peach tree is capable of attaining a height that ranges from 15 feet to 25 feet, with the widespread branches that spread between 8 feet and 20 feet. The normal tree grows to a height of 20 feet, and the dwarf grows to a height ranging from 8 feet to 10 feet.
The leaves of the tree are lance-shaped, with a slight curve, which change into the sparkling yellow color for the autumn season.
The Golden Jubilee Peach tree produces flowers during the spring season and its flowers are pink in color, with a heady fragrance.
The tree produces freestone peaches with gorgeous yellow flesh that is sugary and succulent. It offers its harvest in plenty in July, and is ideal for canning or consuming right from the tree. Even the peach itself is beautiful, a delightful scarlet color against a yellow backdrop setting it from perfectly among the vivacious, green foliage.
The Golden Jubilee Peach tree is ideal for home use and canning, and it is one among the greatest early commercial canning categories of trees. The tree is habitually considered one among the greatest for home gardeners due to their flexibility. This tree is a choice pick among the peach tree species.
Little is yet identified about the lifespan of the Golden Jubilee Peach tree. However, peach trees 15-30 years of age are a pleasure to own.