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Peach Crimson Bonfire Question about peach leaf curl

Discussion in 'General Gardening Discussion' started by Spruce, Apr 30, 2021.

  1. Spruce

    Spruce Glad to be back .....

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    Hi Team

    I bought this peach last year bare root only £9.99 bargain...

    I have growing in a pot in the greenhouse and its doing really well and does have baby peaches which I have now thinned out to two a branch as I didnt do that last year and they never came to much

    ... I dont want it to get peach leaf curl so can I put out now for the summer or best keeping in the greenhouse ?


    Spruce
     
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      pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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      Think I'd wait another month, its been dry but mine are still showing curl.
       
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        My dwarf peach has been in garden soil for last 2 years. Despite diligently removing and burning curling leaves, and clearing up fragments on soil, it is still riddled with it. I am thinking of grubbing it out and replacing with something less fragile... @Spruce Yours looks much healthier!
         
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