Dwarf Frost Peach Tree - Most cold hardy peach tree! (2 years old and 3-4 feet tall.)
The Frost peach is a gorgeous freestone fruit that was developed to require less care than most others. The fragrant pink flowers bloom later than most peach varieties in order to avoid fruit-damaging frosts, which is actually how the tree got its name. The delicious Frost peaches are large and juicy with a red and yellow blush and their excellent flavor inarguably projects Frost to the status of the best cold-weather peach! If want to grow fresh peaches but have always thought your growing climate was too cold, the Frost Peach won’t let you down!
What’s great about the Frost Peach Tree?
- Among the most cold hardy peach trees!
- Excellent flavor, ranked among the best for fresh eating.
- Frost is a heavy producer, expect lots of fresh peaches.
- Frost is self pollinating!
- Very disease resistant and low maintenance.
Cold Hardiness Zones
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
-30° F, (-35° C)
Prunus persica 'Frost'
Mature Height (ft.)
10' - 15'
Mature Width (ft.)
8' - 12'
Summer through Fall
Recommended Spacing (ft.)
8' - 20'
Best Seasons to Plant for Zones 7 - 11
Fall through Spring
Best Seasons to Plant for Zones 2 - 6
Optimal Soil Condition
Acidic - Neutral
Very sweet and juicy, perfect for canning and fresh eating