This variety has been grown in New Jersey for many years. The fruit is very large with good firmness and color. The trees are very vigorous with high production capacity. Jerseyqueen can be a difficult variety to grow successfully because it is susceptible to damage caused by cold winter temperatures. It is not recommended for regions where these conditions are common.
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Use this list to help choose fruit trees which yield fruit at different times throughout the season. (Harvest dates are approximate for south central PA. Adjust accordingly for other locations.)
Our peach and nectarine trees are grown on industry standard Bailey rootstock. If we need to purchase peach trees to supplement our own inventory, these trees are typically grown on Lovell rootstock. For a traditional, open center planting we recommend spacing the trees 12-14’ in row and 20’ between rows. For perpendicular V training, the recommended spacing is 6’ in row and 20’ feet between rows.