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Frost Peach

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Original price $53.99 - Original price $53.99
Original price
$53.99 - $53.99
Current price $53.99
SKU C500

Prunus persica 'Frost'

Frost is a lucky chance seedling discovered at the WSU Mount Vernon testing station, where it performed well in 10-year trials for disease resistance, especially to peach leaf curl. It has proved to be a remarkably durable tree, sailing through disease attacks and continuing to set fruit and ripen crops even in less-than perfect conditions and locations. A tasty, yellow-fleshed peach, it is semi-freestone making it good for fresh eating and kitchen-made treats. Frost also excels as an ornamental tree due to its full, almost double-blossomed, rosy flowers! Ripens mid-season.


USDA Zone: 5-9

Grow Height:  14' 

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: Mid-Season

Pollination: Self Fertile

Dwarf Rootstock: St. Julian A

Read our Peach Growing Guide

Size: Dwarf (4'-5')


Ask a Question
  • Is this "Frost Peach" a dwarf 4' - 5'? Or is it the semi-dwarf that grows to 14'? The listing is confusing. Thank you

    This tree is shipped at a 4'-5' size and can be maintained at 14' tall.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Johnny O.

This additional Frost Peace arrived well packaged with a good root system and no damage issues. It’s looking like a typical cold damp spring here in the PNW so time will tell!

Richard T.
Best 5 star

Every thing I got was great! What did happen was I needed more strawberries and the customer sevice person wanted to charge me $19,95 for one strawberry and she thought she was right and I was telling me I was wrong! I told her to CXL my order, I got them at home Depo for 2 for $5,00, I think she was new.

Jason L.
Best peach I have

I planted one of these in the early 90s and had great results, I moved and planted my current tree in 2013. Its amazing how much it grows every year- some new branches 4 to 8 feet long, I prune it heavily like 30 to 40 percent cut back and still often get up to 3 grocery sacks full much of them between soft ball and hardball size. There are quite a few split pits but it doesnt ruin the fruit in any way and sometimes youll get a stringy textured peach. Never fails to get a decent harvest. In my yard close to the puget sound ne4ar tacoma- this is one of my best trees!

Simon M.

Frost Peach

Jamie J.
Healthy plants

It looks to be a very healthy pastry and pruned properly