Do you want a fruit tree, but you do not have that much space, or you do not want it to take up a lot of space in your yard?  

 

We have three peach varieties just for you!  

 

Do you want a fruit tree, but you do not have that much space, or you do not want it to take up a lot of space in your yard?  

We have three Peach varieties just for you!  

  • ‘Pix-Zee’ Miniature Peach Prunus persica ‘Pix Zee’  
  • ‘Bonanza’ Miniature Peach Prunus persica ‘Bonanza’ 
  • ‘Honey Babe’ Miniature Peach Prunus persica ‘Honey Babe’  

When I first read the tag, I thought that by Miniature Peach they meant the actual fruit… but once I saw the actual plant I understood! The plant itself is compact, cute and smaller than I would have pictured it.  All three of the varieties listed above would be great in containers or in a spot in your yard that just needs something fun! 

A bonus to these Peach trees is that they bloom in the springtime! They push out beautiful pink blooms before they get their leaves. 

 

 

 

Pix-Zee  

We have some pictures of this tree in a container planted by our Wilsonville Store Manager, Peter. He has an amazing garden, and we were so excited to see his green thumb at work! You can see from the pictures that this tree provides beautiful and decent sized fruit. You will have to stop by the Wilsonville store and ask Peter how they taste though!   


                                                 

           

Bonanza 

To me the ‘Bonanza’ Miniature Peach looks like a compact shrub, it is on the smaller size. If you want your tree to stay very compact you can prune but it will be about a 3-foot by 3-foot tree. Most of these trees are grafted on a root stock that is strong enough to grown in our Pacific Northwest soil! If you purchase this plant, you will see a node where the tree was grafted onto the rootstock. When planting you want to not cover the node. 

 

‘Honey Babe’ 

 

This variety will do well in a container or in your yard. They are cold hardy, and we recommend more than one tree. More than one tree is always helpful when it comes to pollination. If the tree has good pollination the more fruit you get!  

 

Important to note:  

  • Fruit trees like full sun. 
  • Planting your bare root fruit tree into a container? Make sure to get a container that is big enough to encompass the root system on the bare root tree you pick out.  
  • Planting two together is better for pollination. 

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For more information on how to take care of your fruit trees check out this article!