Question by  jbrowning8 (46)

How can you grow an Alberta peach?

That is my favorite kind of peach and I would like to be able to grow them.


Answer by  TMyers (1084)

The Elberta Peach tree is very adaptable but it prefers sandy soil with a lot of direct sunlight, heat, water and fertilizer. It will take about 3 to 4 years before the tree is bearing a lot of fruit.


Answer by  Macro (122)

You need either a warm climate, or a climate controlled area, and quite a bit of time. Growing a peach tree will take several years. If you live in a place with a long growing season, plant the peach tree when the weather starts getting warm, or anytime in a climate controlled greenhouse.


Answer by  karenkay (343)

You can grow Elberta peaches outside in USDA zones 5-9. In other zones, you can buy a dwarf peach tree and grow them in a container.


Answer by  ChristinaRamirez (481)

To grow a Elberta Peach tree there are many things you need to consider. That area in which you live. These trees grow all over the united states. The best tree to have is the dwarf Elberta Peach tree because it will be easier to pick from. It is also recommended to have at least two so they can pollinate.


Answer by  AllenH (64)

The Elberta peach tree is a hardy tree that grows well in zones 5-8. Your local or an online nursery should have these trees available for purchase. You will need to plant at least 2 trees so they can cross pollinate.

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