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Lemon Cling Peach

Prunus persica ‘Lemon Cling’
Jefferson was sent cuttings of the "Carolina Canada" peach by Timothy Matlack, who said "when fully ripe, [it is] the most juicy and highest flavored of the Clingstone peaches. It retains more of the peach flavour in brandy than any other." Named for its very large and lemon-shaped fruit, it was also known as "Kennedy's Carolina" and "Large Yellow Pineapple" peach. It was commonly sold in American nurseries beginning in 1790. It was still popular in California as a canning peach in the first half of the twentieth century.Text adapted from Fruit and Fruit Trees of Monticello by Peter J. Hatch.
Growth Type: 
Deciduous Tree
Hardiness Zones: 
Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8, Zone 9, Zone 10
Location at Monticello: 
South Orchard
Planting Conditions: 
Full Sun
Blooming History: 
2002 Mar 18 to 2002 Apr 152003 Mar 31 to 2003 Apr 112004 Mar 22 to 2004 Apr 232005 Apr 5 to 2005 Apr 262006 Mar 16 to 2006 Apr 202007 Mar 28 to 2007 Apr 202008 Apr 4 to 2008 Apr 252009 Apr 10 to 2009 May 12011 Apr 5 to 2011 Apr 262013 Apr 11 to 2013 Apr 302014 Mar 31 to 2014 May 12015 Apr 5 to 2015 Apr 272016 Mar 21 to 2016 Apr 62017 Mar 13 to 2017 Apr 102018 Mar 27
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