Growing a Peach Tree from a Pit

How do I start a peach tree from the pits I've saved?

By Gretchen

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September 29, 20110 found this helpful

Find a good location with sun and shade. Then, dig a hole about 6 inches deep. Put a little water in the hole, place the dried pit in the bottom and fill in the hole with dirt. Mound some dirt on top, then water well. You should probably water it every day to keep it moist. It will take a while for the seed to sprout and grow, so don't give up. Just be patient and wait.

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