(Semi-Dwarf) Belle of Georgia Peach is a significant tree in Georgia history, named after Mrs. Belle Hall of Ft. Valley, Georgia, following the Civil War. It was developed from a Peach seedling of Chinese origin and has developed into a legendary home orchard tree with distinctive white pulp, a strong, pleasant fragrance and a flavor of intense sweetness and spiciness. Few other white Peach cultivars compare with the superior characteristics of ‘Belle of Georgia’ which include its ability to bear early as a very young tree and its freestone character that allows it to be an easy, sweet snack right off the tree! Above all, ‘Belle of Georgia’ is a reliable, heavy producer of Peaches that are as good cooked or canned as they are for fresh eating. ‘Belle of Georgia’ is disease resistant and self-fertile, setting a great crop of fruit on its own for its early to mid August harvest.