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Corinthian Rose Flowering Peach Tree

Prunus persica 'Corinthian Rose' (PP#11,902)

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Corinthian Rose Flowering Peach Tree

Prunus persica 'Corinthian Rose' (PP#11,902)

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Botanical Name

Prunus persica 'Corinthian Rose' (PP#11,902)

Outdoor Growing zone

5-8

Mature Height

20-25

Mature Width

10-15

Sun needs

Full Sun

The Corinthian Rose Flowering Peach is a beautiful spring flowering small tree, with large 1½ inch double blossoms on bare spring branches. They are fragrant, and a beautiful shade or rich rose-pink. This is a very fast-growing tree, adding 4 feet a year to mature quickly at 25 feet tall and 10 to 15 feet wide, with a columnar form, especially when young. The leaves are bright purple when they first develop, becoming darker red over summer, and turning yellow in fall. Grow it as a lawn specimen, in a shrub bed or along a fence. A lovely way to quickly bring beauty to a new garden.

  • A striking column of bold pink spring blooms
  • Attractive reddish leaves all summer
  • Ideal specimen for small gardens
  • Grows 4 feet a year, so no waiting for maturity
  • Not a fruit-producing variety

Full sun is best for the Corinthian Rose Flowering Peach, which is adaptable to most soils as long as they are well-drained. Avoid wet and low-lying places. This tree will grow in urban conditions and although some pests or diseases are possible, they are not very important, since fruit production is not the goal. Some trimming, after the petals fall, can be done to keep a very neat shape. This tree is moderately drought resistant once it is established.

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