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Peach Trees

Georgia is famous for 3 crops, Peanuts, Cotton and Peaches. Ty Ty can guide you on how to select the right peach for your home-backyard garden. If you plant now you won't miss a season of fresh, mouth-watering peaches. Some peach varieties require a minimum number of chill hours to produce fruit. Ty Ty can tell you what variety of peaches or any other fruit tree to plant, and our peach trees are guaranteed to live.

Belle of Georgia Peach Tree Belle of Georgia Peach Tree

USDA Zones 5-8

Elberta Peach Tree Elberta Peach Tree

USDA Zones 5-8

Florda Glo Peach Tree Florda Glo Peach Tree

USDA Zones 9 - 10
Low Chill Hours

Flordabelle Peach Tree Flordabelle Peach Tree

USDA Zones 8 - 10
Low Chill Hours

Flordacrest Peach Tree Flordacrest Peach Tree

USDA Zones 9-10

Flordaking Peach Tree Flordaking Peach Tree

USDA Zones 9-10

Flordaprince Peach Tree Flordaprince Peach Tree

USDA Zones 9-10

Galaxy Donut Peach Tree Galaxy Peach Tree

USDA Zones 5-9

Hale Haven Peach Tree Hale Haven Peach Tree

USDA Zones 5-8

Loring Peach Tree Loring Peach Tree

USDA Zones 5 - 7

May Gold Peach Tree May Gold Peach Tree

USDA Zones 5-9

Red Haven Peach Tree Red Haven Peach Tree

USDA Zones 5-8

  • Peaches Produced Commercially
    You can order your peach trees now from Ty Ty Nursery. Tree ripened peaches develop a deep taste that is unmatched anywhere. Your friends and family will love eating delicious peaches from your own tree and you'll save big by avoiding high grocery store prices.
  • Peach Tree Sale
    Peaches continue to be one of the most important commercial fruits grown in the U.S, second only to apples. Ty Ty Nursery has the best Peach Tree prices on the internet, call us today for pricing and product availability.
  • Yummy Home Grown Peach Ice Cream
    The most popular peach is the Elberta peach tree that is a freestone, and then the Belle of Georgia freestone peach is a white peach with a melting ripe flavor sweetness. Peaches on grocery store shelves are harvested for sale - picked before the flavor develops, so that the peaches can be rushed to commercial markets.