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What zones do peach trees grow in?
Last Updated: 14th January, 2020
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Also question is, what zone does peaches grow in?
Peaches will grow in USDA zones 4 to 8; they do especially well in zones 6 and 7. Since most peach varieties are self-fertile, you can plant just one tree at a time ('J. H. Hale' and 'Elberta' are among the exceptions).
Similarly, do peaches grow in Zone 9? Peach trees grow best for gardeners who are in Hardiness zones 5-8 and possibly to zone 9 if winter temperatures don't drop below -20°F. Peach trees love full sun and they need to be planted in soil that is well drained.
Herein, what fruit trees will grow in my area?
Granny Smith (Zones 5-8) is an excellent pollinator for this apple. Other types of fruit trees that tolerate colder climates are persimmons, apricots, plums, and cherries as well as peaches and pears.
Can you grow peaches in Zone 4?
While some peach varieties may be hardy to zone 4, there's a big difference between survival hardy and fruiting hardy. While the peach trees are hardy to zone 4, the flower buds aren't quite so resilient. To harvest peaches in zone 4, the trees must be planted where they'll be kept cold in the early spring.