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They grow best in cool climates as they require a certain number of chilling hours, but there are varieties available now that allow them to also grow in warmer areas. Check the label before purchasing to see if it’s right for your garden.
Peaches and Nectarines can be grown in pots, but look for the dwarf varieties,
such as 'Nectarine Flavourzee' and 'Peach Bonanza'.
Heavily prune in winter to help open up the centre, to create an open vase-shape to allow more light and air to circulate. Once this framework is established, prune any dead, diseased, damaged and crowded branches as they develop.