About Peach Trees

Peach trees can grow in USDA Zones 4 to 9.

Peaches are a deliciously sweet fruit that can be grown right at home. The trick to growing your very own peaches is choosing a type that thrives in your specific climate. Find the perfect peach tree for your yard in Plant Me Green’s selection of peach fruit trees for sale.

Bonus Attribute:

- No pollinator needed to produce fruit

Always verify chill hours and USDA growing zones match your circumstances before purchase.

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Peach trees can grow in  USDA  Zones 4 to 9 but do especially well in Zones 6 and  7. If you live in one of these zones, choose a variety based on its flavor and harvest-time. If you live in colder regions, choose a variety of peach tree that is tolerant to the cooler weather.

Care for Peach Trees

growing guide

We have made it easy for you to plan, plant, and grow your peach tree. Follow our Peach Growing Guide to get the very best results from the time you select your variety to the moment you harvest your first peach!

Peaches prefer slightly acid soil (pH 6.0-6.8).  Dig a hole about three times the size of your pot and the same depth as the root ball. Set the soil you have dug out aside and mix it 50/50 with aged mushroom compost, aged manure, or rotten pine bark.