Perfect Patio Peach Mini Bonanza Peach Tree
- 250 Chill Hours
- Freestone, Yellow Peach
- Grow on Your Balcony, Deck, Porch or Patio in Large Containers
- Miniature Tree Produces Large Fruit
- Mild, Sweet Flavor
- Yellow Skin With Pretty Red Blush
- Edible Ornamental
- Fragrant Hot Pink Blossoms in Spring
- Wonderfully Shaggy, Long Leaves
- Foliage Turns Golden-Orange for Fall Color
- Self-Pollinating, Add Another Dwarf Peach or Nectarine for Larger Yields
- Easy to Harvest, Cover and Net
If you love fresh peaches, you can grow your own—even if your yard is the size of a postage stamp. Grow your own, even if you are renting. Grow your own if you've gardened for years, or are just getting started.
Mini Bonanza Peach Tree (Prunus persica 'Bonanza') makes it easy! This special "Edible Ornamental" tree performs beautifully in the ground or in a large container on your patio, deck, balcony or porch.
Add these small fruiting trees anywhere you have a sunny spot. How fun!
Even though the tiny size is perfect for small gardens, Bonanza Dwarf Peach tree produces large fruit. You'll love the way the pretty harvest looks, held underneath the long, textured foliage.
Rounded orbs of yellow-skinned fruit are decorated with a beautiful red blush. Inside, the yellow flesh is sweet without tartness.
Kids love the mild taste! This small accent tree is a great way to introduce kids to the wonders of nature.
They will definitely jump-start your spring with a delightfully showy display of hot pink blooms. Watch as the blooms develop into gorgeous, large fruit!
You'll harvest this variety mid-season of Peach tree season. It's self-pollinating, so you'll get fruit from a single tree.
If you want to ensure your tree is really productive, consider adding a pollination partner. All trees like friends, even self-pollinating ones.
Add a Mini Nectar Babe Nectarine or other natural dwarf stone fruit tree. (Don't be surprised if you wind up with a collection of these cute trees!)
How do you know when your Peaches are ripe to pick? Wait until the fruit has turned fully golden-yellow with a bright red overlay. You'll feel some "give" to the flesh during a gentle squeeze. Pick when you see the skin around the stem start to wrinkle.
Even after the harvest, you'll continue to enjoy the tropical look of the leaves. Who knew Peach trees could be so pretty? The leaves will burnish to a lovely golden-orange for a welcome display of fall color.
People love these tiny, multi-faceted fruiting trees that offer three seasons of interest. The sweet fruit will make you smile. Order Mini Bonanza Peach trees from the expert growers at LetsPlantify.com today!
How to Use Mini Bonanza Peach Tree in the Landscape
This hard-working accent fruiting tree is also a beautiful ornamental tree. Include a row of them behind your patio seating in a mulched garden bed. Your guests will be so curious about your "mini fruit orchard."
Try a pair flanking either side of your front door. Plant in the ground to modernize a tired foundation planting, or add to colorful outdoor containers for a big boost of curb appeal.
Add one as a tiny shade tree beside a child's playhouse. How cool will it be to track the development from hot pink flowers to sweet fruit at the peak of ripeness?
March a line of them down the length of your balcony or patio. Add other varieties in a curated collection.
Have you joined the trend and started a Victory Garden? Place Mini Bonanza Peach as a fruiting backdrop to your veggie patch.
Add several trees, spaced four feet apart in a hedgerow that will grow together and touch. Measure from the trunk of one to the trunk of the next.
Presto! You've created a hard-working privacy screen...with benefits.
Pick and eat the harvest fresh from your tree. Add to homemade ice cream or smoothies. Or slice and brush with olive oil, then place on the grill for a minute each side.
The freestone pit pulls away quickly and cleanly. In no time, you can prep the fruits for freezing. You'll love enjoying the taste of summer later in the year.
#ProPlantTips for Care
Direct sunlight is a must to produce fruit. Place Mini Bonanza where it will receive at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day.
If you are planting in the ground, please know that Peach trees won't tolerate standing water. They need well-drained soil that sheds water quickly.
Create a raised planting bed if you need to improve your drainage. Add additional soil 12 to 18 inches tall by 3 feet wide. Then, use landscape materials to finish off the border of your bed.
Plant care for containerized trees starts with selecting your container. Ensure the container is large enough to hold the root ball.
It's a good idea to add additional drainage holes in resin containers. Use a soil mix that supports fruiting trees.
Provide a consistent schedule of supplemental water if you don't receive adequate rainfall. This is especially important during the first year, and during fruit development each year.
Water is also really important for containerized trees. Use drip irrigation to make it easier. You'll cut down on surface evaporation with a 3-inch layer of wood mulch over the root system.
Provide an all-purpose, slow-release, organic fertilizer in early spring. Please follow the directions on the label.
Prune in late winter to eliminate crossing branches. The goal is to create and maintain a series of scaffolding branches that are 45-degree angles to the main trunk.
Eliminate unwanted branches that are growing into the open center or are shading other scaffolding branches. The goal is to increase sunlight and air circulation in the canopy.
For newbies, remember...pruning is an art form! Take your time with your decisions, but don't be afraid to make your pruning cuts.
You'll love growing your own fresh fruit with the charming Mini Bonanza Peach tree. It is a wonderful addition to your life.
People across the country are buying fruit trees. Don't miss this year's crop...place your order today!
|Botanical Name||Prunus persica 'Bonanza'|
|Mature Height||4 - 6 feet|
|Mature Spread||4 - 6 feet|
|Soil Type||Well Drained|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|
|Bloom Period||Early Spring, Late Spring|
|Fall Color||Orange, Yellow|
|Growing Zone Range||7-9|
Write Your Own Review