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Mary Jane ™ Peach

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$59.99
$59.99 - $59.99
Current price $59.99
SKU C552

Prunus persica 'Mary Jane'

Mary Jane ™ is a red-skinned, yellow-fleshed peach with showy pink flowers and very good flavor to its large fruit. A chance seeding discovered by Louie Strahl in Steliacoom, WA, it's a late bloomer that sets fruit even in frosty springs. Excellent for fresh eating, drying, canning or freezing.

Cold Hardy to USDA Zone: 5

Mature Height:  18' unpruned

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: Mid-Season

Pollination: Self Fertile

Rootstock: Dwarf

Read our Peach Growing Guide

Size: Dwarf (4'-5')

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  • How resistant to Leaf Curl is this variety of Peach?

    Moderately. More than many commerical variaties, but far from immune.

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Arleen B.
Blossoms present

My Mary Jane peach tree has blossoms!!

So happy to see them. Hoping for succesful growing seasons.

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Jeanne M.
Mary Jane Peach-total loser

Never got a single peach. Total peach leaf curl disease magnet. Frost produced for a few years before succumbing to disease. Oregon curl free still producing peaches after 18 years in a not ideal site

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Sherril
Still alive

I've had this tree five yrs. and it has produced the last 2 yrs., but this yr. I bagged the fruit in mesh because they are big and beautiful and plentiful. I've had bugs attack it and it is still going unlike a weaker peach tree I got from a local nursery. They are a little hard until they ripen fully. It's growing in a hot dry climate zone 9A Northern CA.

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Jeanne M.
Mary Jane Peach-total loser

Very susceptible to disease including peach curl. Died after 1 year.

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L.H.
Something different

I am in zone 8b, dry farming at 2,000' elevation. Mary Jane is one of my favorite peaches. It waits to flower, which helps with pollination. The fruit tastes like oranges or mangos. It is something different! It has been more resilient to disease compared with other peaches I grow (i.e. it bounces back). The fruits have been constantly small, however - snack size. More people should try this peach.