The “Belle of Georgia” peach tree is a self-fertile tree with red flowers. This peach tree bears fruit during traditional sunny fruit seasons. It produces high quality, white sweet peaches that can be used fresh, canned or frozen.
This tree requires abundant sun, but it also needs at least 800 chill hours. These trees are planted 12 to 15 feet apart from each other, and they depend on well-drained soil. They require at least 1 inch of water per week. To ensure that the tree continues to produce, it's important to prune the tree every year. "Belle of Georgia" peach trees grow up to 25 feet, according to Home Guides.