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Ultra Dwarf Babcock peach in tiny container.

Posted by CaptainInsano 9b Sunset 13 (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 25, 14 at 21:32

I bought an Ultra Dwarf Babcock Peach that is in a small container probably #3, I want to transplant into a larger container but it is fruiting right now and I have never moved anything when it is fruiting, would it be ok, or would it drop its fruit. It has to be in a larger container because it is already drying out quickly with our warm days, I am watering daily now.

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RE: Ultra Dwarf Babcock peach in tiny container.

repot it... you won't have any issues. I repot trees all summer long from small to big pots...most are completely rootbound... have never noticed any issues (they usually respond with growth)...just water good/fertilize and be done.

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