Fruit me® ICEPEACH

Sweet, Cool & tasty

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PRODUCT NAME

Botanical name

Prunus persica

Common name

Icepeach

DESCRIPTION

New tipology of fruit with unusual ivory-cream color, crunchy texture and surprising taste.

STORIES & CURIOSITIES

Originally from Korea, this fruit has been improved over 15 years in Italy to obtain a nice product with delicate skin and excepcional taste. Contrary to other peaches, Icepeach does not produce ethylene, meaning that they enjoy a much longer conservation period after ripening.

SIZE & DEVELOPMENT

Plant development

150 x 100

Shape

GROWING AT HOME

Light exposition

Watering

Frost

-15ºC

Climate Zone

1

PLANT CARE

Plant care level

Skilled

Pruning

Other special remarks

Prune after fruiting if necessary. Remove lateral shoots coming from rootstock

FEATURES & ATTRIBUTES

Usability

Outdoor garden, Patio / Terrace, Balcony,

Special atributes

Plant: special rootstock allowing to survive in a pot without need to transplant. Fruit: High content of sugar (14-18 º Brix) and long conservation (+ 10 days). Peach is considered as Superfood and can privide you: Vitamin C, Niacin, Dietary Fiber, Potassium, Magnesium, Phosphor and Phytonutrients.

USE THIS PLANT FOR

Plant category

Use this plant for

Urban farms and domestic fruit production in container.

ECO-FACTS

Icepeach is a rustic tree and can be produced under bio-ecological protocols.

DEVELOPMENT STATUS:

  • 1. CREATING
  • 2. TESTING
  • 3. GROWING
  • 4. IN SHOP

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What other users think?

Júlia Masvidal
So original!
Maria Masvidal
It is easy to take care of, you can see how the fruit grows and the peach is sweet and crunchy. Perfect to have it on the terrace of my house.
Unregistered
I love color of this fruit
Jaume Vilajeliu
Looks very tasty!
Charlotte Weis
Really interesting - having peaches in the garden in Denmark.

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