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Prunus persica Corinthian hybrids

Common Name(s):
Corinthian peach cultivars
Cultivar(s):
'Pillar', 'Corinthian Mauve', 'Corinthian White', 'Corinthian Pink' - red leaves, pink flowers, 'Corinthian Rose' - red leaves, medium pink flowers
Category:
Trees
Comment:

Beautiful ornamental flowering peaches with smooth gray bark.  Tolerates only morning sun in southern states.  Works well as an accent plant, specimen, or in a mass planting.

Wildlife Value:  Attracts birds, bees, and butterflies.

Height:
20-25 ft.
Flower:
White, fragrant white to pink double flowers in spring; not grown for fruit
Zones:
5-9
Habit:
Deciduous
Site:
Sun; moist, well drained acidic (low pH) soil
Texture:
Medium
Form:
Upright, narrow, columnar
Width:
10-15 ft.
Growth Rate:
Rapid
Leaf:
3 to 6 in. alternate, simple leaves
Tags:
fragrance, showy flowers, deciduous, bees, specimen, birds, wildlife plant, fragrant flowers, mass planting, accent, butterflies, wildlife

NCCES plant id: 2131

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