Semi-Dwarf Peach Tree
February- March is one of the best times to plant bare root fruit trees, but why bare root? Bare root fruit trees give you the advantage of seeing your root structure and health. In addition, they are easier to transport because they are lighter and can more easily be lifted into position.
When planting any bare root fruit tree, be sure to choose an area of the yard that gets full sun and good drainage, especially for cherries and apricots. The most important thing to remember is to group trees together that have similar root stocks and spraying needs.
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