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Betty Peach

Original price $59.99 - Original price $59.99
Original price
$59.99 - $59.99
Current price $59.99
SKU C503

Prunus persica 'Betty'

A sweet, flavorful, leaf curl and split pit-resistant peach was found as a seedling near Ferndale in Western Washington and was tested at the WSU Mt. Vernon Station. It is self fertile and ripens late in the season, at the end of August for us here in Western WA.

It has a deeper color than the variety Frost and is more productive. Betty has firm, semi-freestone fruit of excellent quality for making preserves, freezing, or enjoying fresh off the tree. Late bloomer.

Cold Hardy to USDA Zone: 5

Mature Height:  14'

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: Late

Pollination: Self Fertile

Dwarf Rootstock: St. Julian A

Read our Peach Growing Guide

Size: Dwarf (4'-5')


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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
You get what you pay for.

With plenty of nurseries selling the same trees, buying from Raintree is akin to buying a box of paper towels from Whole Foods. But, the comparison stops there. Tree came in well packaged and protected from drying out, multiple feathers to pick from and sizable caliper trunk. From my past experience I believe this tree will fruit next year.


Arrived in great shape. Hope to eat home grown delicious peaches in a few years.

A few years out and growing great.

This is a great peach tree. It grew quickly and produced fruit after two years. The fruit was excellent too.

Betty Peach tree

I love my new peach tree. The tree arrived in excellent shape. It looked very happy and healthy. Can’t wait for its fruits!

J M.

If this old lady could send everyone at Raintree a hug and big fat sugar cookie, I would. The two peach trees that I just received were as if you transported them to me using something magical. They look as if they were just processed and packed today!!!

The trees arrived in my Southern Colorado town the very day before strong dry winds were expected with temperatures in the 90 s. So instead of opening the box, (knowing how well they re always packed) we just took it to the basement where the humidity and temperature is more stable. I waited until the winds subsided and the temperatures regulated back to normal on Sunday to bring the trees up and open the box. Now I m getting them reading for soaking and planting.. We have town water that is treated with chlorine, so, I filled a bucket with water to sit for a couple of hours in the sun to dissipate any lingering chemicals. That s where I m at for now.. The rest, I m sure, will go as was demonstrated in the video with Laura.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the b