The Desert Gold
The desert Gold Grows well in low desert .It ripes early ie,  in mid-May . At the age3 or 4 years  they start  to bear large crops and reach its  peak of productivity at the age of 8 to 12 years  .Self fruitful.

Fruiting and flowering variety.'
peaches have white flesh and are far better-tasting than other peach. Prolific bloom with spectacular, large, double, dark pink blossoms. Ripens mid July. 250-300 hrs. Self-fruitful.

Florida Prince
From Florida, successfully grown in southern  Arizona.The Florida Prince peach is aromatic with sweet, golden flesh. The Florida Prince fruit is larger tha in an Desert Gold. Firm, yellow cling to semi-freestone peach has very good quality when tree-ripe. Good producer. Ripens in mid May in warm winter areas. 150 hrs. Self-fruitful.

Early Amber 300-350 hrs
Ripe early in warm winter.Self -fruitful.Very sweet and has very good quality fruits when tree ripe
Plant Care
 Seven different varieties of peaches and nectarine are planted in a very smal area. . They are two feet apart from each other.This method is commonly called high density gardening.
As shown in the picture these plants are young , healthy and loaded with fruits .
In order to get good  crop, it requires to be watered regularly during the summer months .I irrigate all my plants
 7-14 days during growing season and every 4 to 6 weeks during the winter.

 3 to 5 inch thick layer of partially compost mulch is applied around each  tree which provide all necessary nutrient to plants.