My friend Valerie writes:
“See what God grew from some peach seeds I threw in the compost pile!”
Then she attached these pictures:
I’ve written before on the value of growing peach trees from seed and how simple it is to do. It’s very, very easy to start the pits:
And the trees grow and fruit in a very short period of time:
Hurray for God’s blessings!
I have a lot more info on plant propagation in my new book Free Plants for Everyone: The Good Guide to Plant Propagation, which has nothing but 5-star reviews right now – 36 of them.
Even if you are short on money, you can still afford fruit trees. Seeds are everywhere. Plant them and grow, grow, grow.
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David I purchased some local ga peaches and most of the seeds seem hollow. That is to say, the interior of the seed looks to be rotten. I picked out the best of the bunch but none have sprouted. All the peaches were ripe and looked good. Any thoughts?
Yeah, I have seen that too. I think it’s a pollination issue.