Peaches, peaches, peaches! Who doesn't love them? Second to apples, peach trees are the most widely grown fruit in the U.S.
We offer a selection of different peach trees for sale, including varieties that can grow across the United States in different USDA growing zones. Check your zones before buying a peach fruit tree.
The Bonfire Peach tree is grown for its beautiful crimson foliage and ornamental peaches. This dwarf patio peach tree for sale is an excellent choice for gardeners without a yard to plant in as it can be container grown.
The fragrant blossoms will attract birds, bees, butterflies, and other pollinators to your garden.
Plant your own peach trees to enjoy delicious peaches right out of your own backyard! Perfect for eating fresh right off the tree, canning or pickling, or making a delectable peach pie or cobbler. Shop our selection of Peach Trees for sale today to enjoy fresh peaches from your own garden and get fast and secure shipping, guaranteed!
How Long Before a Peach Tree Bears Fruit?
Peach trees generally begin bearing fruit two to four years from the time they are planted.
When Do Peach Trees Bloom?
Peach trees bloom in spring to prepare for the fruit set. Peach trees continue to ripen during the late summer, until the early fall.
Peach Tree Care
How to Grow a Peach Tree & How Fast do Peach Trees Grow?
To grow mature peach trees you will want to make sure that they are receiving the proper sunlight, water, and nutrients they need to produce fruit. At least 6-8 hours of full sun are required for fruit production. Check out the Peach Tree Grow Guide for more information on growing peaches in your backyard!
Peach trees have a growth rate of around one to two feet per year, meaning they are fast growing fruits. Fertilizing regularly will help promote growth and a healthy branch structure.
How to Prune Peach Trees
When pruning peach trees you will want to start by taking off any dead, broken, crossing, or diseased branches. Trim tall branches where possible and remove spindly interior branches. Don't forget to back the remaining red shoots. Then you can trim the tree to the shape and size of your desire.
When to Prune Peach Trees
The best time to prune peach trees is in the spring, as the new buds start to form and begin to turn pink. It's better to prune peach trees early than late.
When to Plant Peach Trees & Where
The best time to plant peach trees is in early spring or late winter, when the peach tree is still dormant and the weather and soil are at their best.
The best place to plant a peach tree is in a full sun area that receives at least six hours of sunlight, in rich, well-draining soil. Generally, peach trees can grow across the United States in USDA growing zones 5-9.
How to Plant a Peach Tree
To plant a peach tree, dig a hole that is twice the size of the root ball. Fill the hole with
a few inches of fresh, new soil, then place the tree in the hole. Next, backfill the hole with soil and water thoroughly. You can apply a thick layer of mulch around the root zone to help retain moisture during the hot seasons and protect the peach tree from cold during winter.
How Big Do Peach Trees Get?
The average peach tree grows to be about 25 feet tall. There are dwarf peach trees available and even semi-dwarf peach trees for small planting sites that grow to smaller heights.
Peach Tree Fertilizer & When to Fertilize Peach Trees
The best peach tree fertilizer is a complete fertilizer with an analysis of 16-4-8. You can also purchase our Slow Release Fertilizer which will last for 1 full year before needing fertilizer again.
Established peaches should be fertilized twice a year. You should be fertilizing peach trees once in the early spring and again in late spring or early summer.
Peach Tree Water Requirements
Peach trees need an average of 36 inches of water per year. This equals out to a little less than 1 inch of water per week but it will also depend on rainfall in your area.
Are Peach Trees Self Pollinating?
Our peach trees for sale are self-fertile, which means they do not need another peach tree to pollinate, but for best fruit production it’s advised to have another peach tree variety nearby. This will increase fruit production and size.
How Long Do Peach Trees Live
Peach trees live to be about 12 years old, give or take a few years.
Peach Tree Diseases
Peach trees are fairly disease resistant but do have a few diseases to look out for. These diseases include brown rot, fungal leaf spot, leaf curl, and peach scab.All of our peach trees for sale are pest and disease resistant. The peach trees can adapt to a variety of soil and planting sites for ease of planting.
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