NOTE: Our plants ship as bare root plants, and are dug fresh to order during the dormant season.

Wednesday, August 10

How do you plant a peach tree? Planting anything like a peach tree takes time, patience, planning, and the drive to succeed.

When deciding how o plant a peach tree you must first determine where you want your peach tree.

The selected area should have full sun as a starter. You should also check the ph levels of the soil where the tree will be at. Next, you should look up peach trees. It would be best if you only looked up peach trees that are in your budget, that grow in that selected amount of space, and that you like. For people with tiny yards, there are dwarfed versions of most peach tree types. Once you have picked your peach tree, you should double-check it before you buy it.

Once you have bought the peach tree, you should dig a hole at the desired location. You should dig the hole twice the size of the peach tree root ball. You should then add the fertilizer to the hole. After that, plant and fill in the peach tree. Be sure to get the peach plant watered very well afterward. However, if you plant a peach tree seed, it is not the same and will take 2 to 3 years longer to reach a fruit-bearing level. But at around ten years of age, you will be able to enjoy the fruits of your labor, literally.

Source of Information on Peach Trees