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Motz Nursery of Wisconsin

The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is NOW!

Peach

Contender

Zone 4 - 8


3/4" - 7/8" Std


Self Pollinating


Very cold hardy and is tolerant to late spring frosts. The skin is a red-orange color while the flesh is sweet and yellow. Matches 'Reliance' in cold-hardiness and tolerance of spring frosts. Sweet, extra-juicy fruit is an absolute delight for fresh eating, canning, baking, and freezing. Self-pollinating, so planting another peach tree is not required. In addition to their fruit, peach trees have beautiful springtime flowering and attractive leaves making them a great addition to any landscape. Mature height 12 -15'.

$35

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Madison

Zone 4 - 8


3/4 "- 7/8"


Self-Pollinating


This variety is one of the most winter-hardy varieties available. The fruit is medium to large, uniform in size and of exceptional quality. Madison is recommended for northern climates where peaches are susceptible to low winter temperatures.

$35

Reliance

Zone 4 - 8


3/4 "- 7/8"


Self-Pollinating


This is the answer to a peach pie lover's dream if you live in the harsh Upper Midwest. The hardiest! Can withstand winters of -30ºF, and is well known for producing heavy loads of fruit in spite of frigid winters. Medium sized, roundish, peach. Has a rather dull blush over green-yellow color. Flesh is bright yellow, rather soft and juicy. Good for fresh market in cold regions. Mature height 18' - 20'.

  $35

Veteran

Zone 4 - 8


3/4 "- 7/8"


Self-Pollinating


This variety is considered one of the most cold hardy peaches. Veteran was developed in Canada in 1928. The fruit is golden yellow with a red blush, medium to large with excellent quality for both fresh eating and canning. The trees are vigorous and productive, and will tolerate cold temperatures during bloom better than many other peach varieties.

  $35

A note from George:

Other companies are selling peaches for this area, and we found that the CONTENDER looks the best for us. We would not push them out of northern Zone 4.


WARNING! These, to us, are still experimental. It is worth the gamble on 1 or 2 or a few more trees, but please don't bet the farm on them. It is more of a "novelty" tree.


So gamble a little, and if they make it here, which they say they will, it is worth a little investment. George looked at these trees in a controlled area 15 miles north of St. Paul, been in for 7-8 years, had fruit for 4 years. One of Dean's friends in St. Paul bought a Contender in 2010 and in 2011 he had 21 peaches on it.

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