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El Dorado Peach - Miniature

Original price $49.99 - Original price $49.99
Original price
$49.99 - $49.99
Current price $49.99
SKU C540

Prunus persica 'El Dorado'

An early-maturing and early-ripening genetic dwarf with medium-sized, great-tasting fruit and pretty, red-blushed skin. Its rich, yellow flesh is freestone and good for all-around use. Self fertile and early-blooming, its small stature makes it both a beautiful bush and easy to cover if an unexpected spring freeze arrives. Only 500 chill hours needed. Does well in pot or ground.


USDA Zone: 6-9

Grow Height:  6' (Miniature Dwarf)

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: Early

Pollination: Self Fertile

Rootstock: Lovell

Read our Peach Growing Guide

Size Options: Mini-Dwarf (2'-3')


Ask a Question
  • how far apart do you plant this tree?

    As close as 6 feet together!

  • If my area receives 1000+ chill hours can i still grow this variety? Or would it come out of dormancy too early?

    Chill hours are just one factor that determines when a plant comes out of dormancy. This tree will be fine.

  • will it fruit the same year planted if planted late winter?

    These trees will need a couple years to establish before producing fruit.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
My heart!

I planted El Dorado Peach Miniature bareroot on Feb. It’s so beautiful!

Rebecca M.
Great trees!

We love our miniature El Dorado Peach tree. Within 2 days of planting it produced the most beautiful pink flower. It seems healthy and happy. Will definitely order from Raintree again!

Cheryl R.
Hardy plant

Beautiful bare root tree came, packaged very well. Have since planted and she is taking off.
More than pleased with quality and service.

Edward C.
more than I expected

Plant came well packaged, looks very healthy and show some signs of grow. Very happy of what I got.

Arnold S.
Eldorado peach

I planted the tree the day after it arrived. Unfortunately, we had 17 degrees in the morning a week later. I hope the tree survived. Other than that, the tree was in good shape when it arrived and had a good root system and a healthy top.