When to transplant a peach tree?

Answer ANSWER:Im going to repeat what my 85 year old mentor taught me. Do not transplant any plant that is in bloom or trying to produce fruit. Wait until after the plant has finished its reproduction cyc... Read More »

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When is a good time to transplant a fruit tree?

Transplant fruit trees early in the spring after the soil has thawed out, usually between January and March. Wait for the weather to dry up and not be rainy. Get the fruit trees moved before they b... Read More »

How to Transplant a Fig Tree?

Fig trees originated in Asia and are now predominately grown in Mediterranean regions. In the United States, fig trees can be grown throughout the southern and eastern states as well as in Californ... Read More »

How to Prune a Peach Tree?

Knowing how to prune a peach tree properly is essential to the plant's growth. The main purpose for pruning is to ensure the tree can maximize the light penetration and air circulation needed to pr... Read More »

How do I graft a peach tree?

Find a branch between 1/4 and 3/4 of an inch in diameter and make as narrow a cut as possible. Cut down to the center of the branch.Insert the budding twig--called a scion--whose fruit you'll culti... Read More »