Nanaimo is a fantastic freestone, cold hardy, and self-fertile peach hailing from Vancouver Island in Canada. While peaches are typically challenging to grow in cooler climates like the Pacific Northwest, Nanaimo thrives and ripens reliably year after year producing up to 50lbs of peaches annually!
Incredibly resistant to peach leaf curl and amazingly productive, Nanaimo peaches are gorgeous red when ripe, with sweet-and-tasty orange flesh. Hardy to below -20F, the fruit ripens in the mid-season.
USDA Zone: 5-9
Mature Height: 10-12 ft. in height.
Sun: Full Sun
Ripening Time: Mid-Season
Pollination: Self Fertile
Rootstock: St. Julian
Read our Peach Growing Guide