The O’HENRY peach tree is self-pollinating. It matures around the period of 1st to 10th of September. This sort of peach is one of the late blooming kind. Average to moderate growth rate, early fruiting. Durable to late spring frosts and low winter temperatures. The fruits are average to large sizes. The skin is thick, red, and slightly hairy. The fruit’s meat is yellow-orange, and red by it’s bone. Very sweet and juicy with an unique flavour and an amazing aroma. O’Henry can be consumed while it’s fresh, conserved, and turned into nectar and fruit rakija. Good at handling transportation and manipulation.