Answer: Most dwarf peach trees grow to 5-6 feet tall. I'd check with your supplier to see what the average size of the variety you purchased is supposed to be. Peach trees usually start bearing when they are 3 or 4 years old. However, the tree puts out more fruit than it can support, so fruit needs to be thinned to reach adequate size. When the fruits are about 1 inch or so in size, pick off the excess. There should be about 8 or 10 inches between the remaining fruits.
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