“The peach covers itself with large, pink, showy flowers in early spring. If the weather cooperates and the bees are active there will be baskets full of luscious fruit in summer. The flesh of the fruit either clings to the pit, called a cling peach, or separates easily from the pit, called a free-stone peach.” Excerpted from “What’s Wrong With My Fruit Garden?” by David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth. Timber Press, December, 2013. Click here to order your copy of the book.