Elberta peaches are freestone, easy to eat with yellow flesh very rich and sweet. Skin golden yellow flushed red where exposed to the sun. Elberta peaches ripen late July, right in the middle of the summer when your favorite place to be is outside. Gala apples have yellow skin with red blush, flesh that is firm and crisp, sweet and juicy with excellent flavor. The apples store well and take summer heat. Gala's size, mellow flavor and thin skin make them a perfect choice for kids. Your apples will ripen late August to early Sept, well after the peaches so your fresh fruit will be all summer long. Be sure to include a fresh apple in your kid's lunch box. Elberta peach trees need 800 chill hours, Gala apple 500. Both trees shipped potted in their original soil and container to ensure the best possible start when planted in yard or garden.