Bonanza Peach Tree
This Peach Tree Packs a Big Punch in a Small Package!
Some dwarf peach trees are grafted plants, but the Bonanza Dwarf Peach is an ungrafted tree that’s bred specifically to stay compact. It’s called a “genetic dwarf,” but its yield is anything but small. If you’d love to grow your own peaches -- but just aren’t quite sure which one to choose -- this is one to try!
Within Arm’s Reach
Put the ladder away, because Bonanza Dwarf Peach typically reaches a height of only 6 feet, making its fruits so easy to pick. You’ll harvest these beauties in summer, from mid-June to early-August, depending on your climate. They’re freestone peaches, so the pit falls away easily and leaves the sweet, yellow flesh ready to eat.
The Perfect Container Peach
Because Bonanza is a tad smaller than other dwarf peach trees, it is the perfect fruit tree for your sunny patio. A cluster of three trees in a triangular pattern is particularly pretty -- just be sure to place the pots so air can freely circulate around each tree. You’ll enjoy the pretty flowers in spring, the fruits in summer and the golden-to-orange leaves in fall!
An Ornamental Bonus
Bonanza really puts on a show in spring when it’s covered in pink blossoms! You don’t have to plant a second peach tree for cross-pollination because Bonanza’s flowers pollinate each other. But if you do plant more than one, you’ll enjoy even more juicy peaches each year…plus the more you plant, the more your yard will “pop” in springtime with the beautiful flowers.
Already Pruned for You
Shaping a peach tree when it’s young makes all the difference in how much fruit it produces. It takes a skilled horticulturist to prune an infant peach tree. But don’t worry, because we’ve already done that work for you. Our well-branched trees mean more fruit for you!