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 How do I grow a peach tree from a clipping?

Answer make sure the clipping is fresh and dont let it dry up. dap the bottom in rooting powder available in all gardening shops and place in a pot with moist potting soil. make sure you put in the right ... Read More »
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Can you grow a salt cedar tree from a clipping?

Yes, you can. From as little as a branch tippet with a few leaves attached.
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How can i grow a peach tree from this years pit?

MASTER GARDENER TO THE RESCUE.chances are if you plant your pit you will not get the same nice peach the pit came from. most top quality stone fruit are grown on grafted trees. (a strong growing,... Read More »
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How do I grow peach trees from peach pits?

Choosing PitsChoose pits from several different varieties of peaches because pits vary unpredictably in their ability to germinate. Remove flesh from pits and wash them.Storing PitsStore pits in a ... Read More »
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How to grow a peach tree?

If you live someplace where they grow (not tropical, and not too far north - like Canada), then the easiest way is to buy a peach tree ($15-$50), either online or at a local nursery (usually availa... Read More »
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