Peaches are mostly self-fertile, so are more likely to come true or close to true from seed (as opposed to, say, apples, that usually MUST cross pollinate with some other type of apple, so you are guaranteed to get a seed unlike either parent). So, snagged a dozen or so peach pits from a haul of luscious peaches prom the farmers market last summer. Hope they will stay viable and safe in their pits until I have some land to plant them on. Plan to gather more this coming season. If I plant a hundred peach pits, statistically speaking, SOME should grow, and a FEW should bear yummy peaches (as opposed to just ok or even yucky peaches). 4 months ago
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Planted them, they germinated and are now growing. Since I live in a deciduous climate, they will have to go indoors during the Winter. I’m going to grow them bonsai-style. Shall be taking photos to document the progress!!! 2 years ago