Answer: What a fabulous tale! Do keep in mind while making plans that this tree may or may not produce fruit of comparable quality to the peach the seed came from originally. You might want to allow the tree to grow normally in the ground and see about the fruit before taking extraordinary steps for it. Having said that, the grafting would normally be done by a professional using pieces from named trees in order to maintain the desired fruit characteristics. Your county extension might be able to put you in touch with someone who would be willing to do this for you using a piece from your tree and a commercially produced root stock. In the meantime, the following site ( http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/hil/ag30.html#pruning ) has some tips on training young peach trees to the open center or vase-like style.
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