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Bonanza Peach Tree

Bonanza Peach Tree

Regular price $128.00 USD
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Plant Type: Citrus
Plant Height: 4-6 feet
Spread: 3-5 feet
Flower Color: yellow with a red blush
Sun Exposure: Full Sun


The Bonanza Peach Tree, scientifically known as Prunus persica 'Bonanza', is a dwarf variety of peach tree, highly prized for its compact size and delicious fruit. This variety is particularly well-suited for small gardens or container growing, where space is limited.

In cultivation, Bonanza Peach Trees typically reach about 4 to 6 feet in height, especially when grown in containers, and they can grow slightly taller if planted in the ground. They have a compact, bushy growth habit, making them ideal for small spaces. The trees produce vibrant pink blossoms in spring, adding ornamental value and attracting pollinators.

The fruit of the Bonanza Peach Tree is medium-sized, with a yellow flesh that has a red blush on the skin. The peaches are known for their sweet, juicy, and flavorful flesh, making them excellent for fresh eating, as well as for baking and preserving. The Bonanza variety typically ripens in mid to late summer, depending on the climate.

Bonanza Peach Trees thrive in full sun and prefer well-draining soil. Regular watering is important for maintaining health and ensuring a good fruit crop, especially during the growing season. Despite their small size, these trees still produce a generous yield of fruit.

In landscaping, Bonanza Peach Trees are often used in home gardens, particularly where space is at a premium. They are ideal for container growing on patios, balconies, or small backyards. The spring blossoms, attractive foliage, and delicious fruit make them a dual-purpose plant, both ornamental and productive.

Overall, the Bonanza Peach Tree is an excellent choice for gardeners who wish to grow fruit trees but have limited space. Its dwarf size, ease of care, and high-quality fruit make it a popular variety among urban gardeners and those with small garden spaces.

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