White peaches bring a new level of taste and flavor to this tried and true fruit staple. The Arctic Supreme is a two time taste winner. Fruit from this tree is large in size, the white flesh nearly freestone when fully ripe. Skin color is red over cream. The taste of the Arctic Supreme has been described as sweet and tangy with fine, delicately flavored firm textured flesh. Peak quality reached a short while after picking, with harvest late July to early August in warm summer locations. Approx 700 hours chilling. Self fertile. Shipped potted in soil for best possible results when planted in yard or garden.
Follow appropriate guidelines for winter time pruning for your particular fruit tree for your particular area. Some trees make fruit on two year wood thus needing a different approach to pruning then those which fruit on spring wood such as peaches or nectarines. If you are un-sure, contact your local nursery professional or feel free to call or email us. Click on "Contact Us" for phone and email address.
Apply a dormant spray appropriate for your area. This usually involves an insecticide such as Volck or Safe-t-Side Oil that smothers any over wintering critters. Apply a copper fungicide while the trees are dormant to prevent typical spring time issues such as brown rot or leaf curl. The copper fungicide is 'soft' on the environment. www.montereylawngarden.com
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Yes. Rake up any fallen leaves and pick up any moldy fruit that may have fallen to the ground, as many of next years issues over winter here. A good clean environment around the tree in the winter will prevent many headaches next spring.