Avalon Pride Peach/Lovell
Discovered as a chance seedling in 1981 in Issaquah WA. by Margaret Proud and soon to be named in honor of her father Donald Croft. The highly flavored, yellow fleshed, semi-freestone fruit is great for canning, pies, poached or eaten fresh. Reliably ripens in mid July. This is a patented variety. Royalties of 75 cents a tree go to support fruit research at the WSU Mt. Vernon station. Self fertile.