Peach Hale-Haven (Prunus persica)
Category: Fruit & Nut Trees
Peach Hale-Haven is a variety of fruit bearing tree that is native to China. This tree variety is renowned for its high-yielding features. The tree is a synthetic cross variety from the United States, the consequence of crossing two varieties of trees South Haven and J. H. Hale. 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.
The standard Peach Hale-Haven tree swiftly grows to a maximum height of 25 feet tall and wide, and it is semi-dwarf, attaining a mature height, ranging from 12 feet to 18 feet and somewhat less in width.
The tree produces flowers in early spring to mid-spring. The followers of the tree are pink in color with gentle aroma.
The Peach Hale-Haven tree offers fruits from late spring to early summer. The tree is considered a mid-season tree that offers loads of average- to big-size fruits with solid and succulent flesh inside their red-colored skin. The fruits of the tree are distinguished by hairy orange skin greatly striking with red.
The Peach Hale-Haven is a freestone type of tree, meaning that its pebbly seed core voluntarily pull out from the flesh. The flowers and leaf sprouts of the tree show outstanding winter hardiness, ensuring modest harm from the last part of the winter season or winters of longer period.
In a land design circumstance, this peach tree functions as both a fruit tree and a decorative flowering tree. The fruits of the Peach Hale-Haven tree make new table snacks and also continue their solid flesh and taste well when canned.
The lifespan of the Hale Haven peach tree ranges from 15 years to 20 years.