Peach trees can be found surviving on several sites in central Vermont. We had a modest crop in both 2017 and 2018. Cold will eventually wreck peach trees outside of the Champlain Valley or the southern half of the Vermont. However they are vigorous and quick to flower and with a little luck can bear fruit.
Plant in a well drained location where the soil will be shaded from winter sun but the tree top will be in full sun during the growing season. Cold soil in spring will delay flowering and help protect them from frost damage. Protect the trunks from warm southwest sun in winter that can cause injury.
We do not guarantee the winter hardiness of peaches.
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