These varieties require 200-300 chill hours between 32-45 F (0-7 C) degrees and are suitable to grow in central Florida.
UF Beauty- 200 chill hours
Fruit development period (FDP) of 82 days. Skin color is nearly all red, with darker red stripes, firm flesh. Released 2002.
UF Gold- 200 chill hours
FDP of 80 days. Large fruit with 70-90% blush with an orange yellow ground color. Released in 1996 by UF.
Tropic Snow- 225 chill hours
FDP of 90-97 days. White flesh peach with 50% blush on a creamy ground color, low acid and sweet. Released in 1989 by UF and Texas A&M.
UF One- 250 chill hours
FDP of 95 days. Medium to large, yellow very firm flesh. Red blush over yellow ground color. Released in 2008.
UFO- 250 chill hours
FDP of 95 days. Interesting donut shaped peach, firm fruit with 50-70% blush. Patented 2002.
Flordabest- 250 chill hours
FDP of 82 days. 90-100% blush, large fruit with firm yellow flesh. Released 2009.
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