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Indian Free requires a pollenizer. You must plant one of these trees nearby (within about 50') for the tree to produce a crop of fruit.
Prunus persica'Indian Free'
The Indian Free peach is a unique variety. Recently rediscovered for its old world heriloom qualities this tree brings high yields of large berry tatsing fruit. Its highly resistant to peach leaf curl which makes it all that easier to care for and enjoy! Pollinaters include varieties also resistant to peach leaf curl, the Frost peach as well as the Muir Yellow. Although you can use any peach or nectarine that grows in the same zone.
Tree will mature to 12-15' wuith a spread of 10-12'
Space trees 15' apart