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Loring Peach Tree

Loring Peach Tree

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$99.93

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Valued for both Beauty and FlavorLoring Peach is a deciduous - fruit-bearing tree.- Plant one in a sunny location where you re sure to see it daily - then sit back and enjoy the show.Even before the leaves emerge - your Loring Peach Tree will charm you with its impressive display of pink and white spring blooms.- The scented blossoms will call to pollinators and spin their perfumed web throughout your yard - a fragrant breath of spring that hints of things to come.- It won t take long before you re treated to the sight of your tiny peaches racing toward harvest.- As mid-July approaches - you ll see your tiny fruit mature into large - yellow peaches - complete with an enchanting - scarlet blush.- Biting into your first peach - fresh off your own tree - will quickly reveal why Loring is a taste test winner.- The yellow flesh is juicy yet firm - low in acid and oh so sweetly delicious.- The peaches are wonderful right off the tree or great for canning and freezing.Your Loring Peach will grow up to 25 feet in height.- It s a vigorous grower that will adjust to a variety of soils and tolerates heat and humidity.- It s generally an easy tree to care for - requiring little or no trimming and being relatively hardy.Among peach tree choices - Loring is great variety.- It s easy to care for - provides delicious fruit and is even ornamental.- Try one this year and see why so many people love Loring Peach Tree.* Delicious fruit * Spring flowers * Fragrant * Self-fruitful * Heat and humidity tolerant * Adaptive to a variety of soils

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