China Flat Peaches

Written by heathercmack   // January 24, 2014   // 0 Comments

China Flat Peaches , We were quiet impressed by our first crop of these peaches, they were delicious and so sweet. We covered the tree with a Vege Net purchased from Green Harvest for around $20.The net was well worth the money as it keep out all the pests even the dreaded fruit fly.

Hope we get a better and larger crop this year 2014. We live at Finch Hatton, 80+kms west of Mackay, Queensland

China Flat peaches 2013


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