Hi guys and gals. It was last May that I found some young growing shoots out of some large hard case seeds in my dylek composter. It was decided that they are probable nectarines. I planted them up (2 0f) and they took and grew. Moved them into large pots as they grew so fast and left them outside expecting them not to survive the winter. Well they have and are now showing spring growth and are an amazing about four foot high in less then a year! Question is I have no idea how to proceed with them. Pruning, feeding etc: and if they will fruit or not. They are on a south facing conservatory wall with extra light and heat reflected from the glass. Still in late pots. What do you think. Should I nurture them? if so how? I did have great success growing a peach tree many years ago which fruited every year after the first 7 years growing.