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O'Henry Peach is self-fertile, but the fruit crop will be larger if the tree is planted with a second tree.
Prunus persica 'O'Henry'
The O'Henry is one of the most popular peach varieties for the home garden. The fruit quite large with dark red skin over a yellow blush. The flesh is yellow with red streaks radiating out from the pit. A very popular commercial variety introduced by renown fruit hybridist Grant Merrill in 1968 and assigned to Burchell nursery, O'Henry quickly became a grocery store and farmers market favorite. After being introduced to the home garden market it remained has continually remained one of the top selling varieties. This is a freestone selection with a complex flavor, rich and sweet with a slight tang. The long hang time allows for a number of different eating experiences from a firm smooth textured fruit with a slight snap to the skin to an intense sweet juice running down your arm eating experience. The O'Henry is great for all your favorite peach usages, canning, baking, preserves or of course fresh eating. Try the firm ripe O'Henry on the grill, the concentration of sugars achieved off the grill is a real summer treat. Once harvested it will keep in the refrigerator for 2 to 3 days. This is the real peach lovers peach, don't forget to include it in your successive ripening plan as a late mid season selection.
Top height of 20 feet without pruning. Can be kept to any height below 10 feet with summer pruning.
8 to 10 Feet on Center, can be held to any size with summer pruning