Victoria® Peach Tree


The Victoria peach tree is a late-season variety known for its large, flavorful fruit and hardiness in USDA zones 5-9, although it is susceptible to late frosts. You can grow the tree by planting it in a sunny, well-drained area, preparing the soil with compost, providing regular water and balanced fertilizer, pruning it in late winter or early spring, and providing regular water and balanced fertilizer. The fruit usually ripens in 3-4 years and can be harvested when it smells sweet.

General Tree Height/Caliper: Most of our fruit trees (apple, peach, apricot, plum, pear, nectarine, quince, and cherry) are grafted/budded and are 4-6' tall with a caliper/diameter of about 1/4-3/4". Most have more than 5' height and 1/2" diameter. The other trees are seedlings, such as pawpaw, mulberry, persimmon, shade, berry, and flowering trees which range from 18-36" tall.

A rootstock primarily controls a tree's size and how early it bears fruit. Learn more about our specific rootstocks.