Question: peach dwarf
Last spring I bought a dwarf peach tree that cultivates the vase. At the end of August it also produced about ten juicy juicy fruits. I would like to know if this inverse for conservation needs coverage and if it is freezing. Thanks for the courtesy. Roberta
Answer: peach dwarf
dwarf fruit plants are small in size, but share the other characteristics with fruit plants of "normal" size; therefore, in general, as soon as the days get shorter and the climate becomes cool, they lose their foliage and go into vegetative rest. Thanks to this expedient, most of the fruit plants can withstand winter temperatures close to -15 ° C. If where you live the frosts are not very intense and the temperatures hardly stay below -15 ° C for weeks, your peach does not need winter cover.