Growing A Peach Tree From A Pit
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I think most people who plant peach trees in their homesteads or backyards, usually get them as seedlings. The reason for this is that it is a tedious and long process to actually grow a peach tree from from a pit. Unlike most other seeds or pits, it is not as easy as just placing the pit in the ground and waiting for it to germinate. This may work, but most of the times it does not. If you have the patience or perhaps you are just willing to try growing yours, then you can try this approach.

How To Grow A Peach Tree From A Pit

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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • Peach Pit(s)
  • Plastic Bag
  • Sponge
  • Paper towel
  • Perlite soil
  • Small Container Or Pot

You have been warned this method is a long process. It all begins towards the end of Summer or the beginning of Fall. Take the peach pit and make sure that it is thoroughly cleaned and dry before you place it into the plastic bag. Condensation should form in the plastic bag after a couple of days. This is provides the perfect condition for the peach pit. In December, perlite soil is added to the bag which is returned to the refrigerator. In January the pit should start sprouting, at which time the pit is then transferred to a small pot. The peach sapling should be ready for planting outdoors by early Spring.

You can follow the step by step process on the Garden Guides site, here…

How To Grow A Peach Tree From A Pit


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