Peaches grow on what are referred to as â€œdeciduousâ€ trees, which means that they fall off at the point of maturity. These peach trees have broad leaves which are pinnately veined.
These trees can be as small as just thirteen feet or up to thirty three feet, depending on where and how they are grown. The flowers on these trees grow in early spring and the skin which forms on the peaches is known for being quite delicate until they fully mature.
The seeds which these trees grow from are large and have a reddish-brown color to them.