Dwarft peach trees.
My wife fell I love with dwarft peach trees when they bloom in the spring we couldn\'t find any so I said we will grow Some...I wound up with 2 types of peaches from friends and one was a red leaf the other was green leaf....they have sprouted they came up green and the Red Leaf came up Red Leaf also my question is what will I have When these trees grow up I know that you have to graft to get a dwarf tree any information on what possibly might be end result will they be. Any information on any dwarft tree will be appreciated thank you Terry
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The trees you planted should grow to produce fruit similar to the fruit your friends' trees produce, with possible small variations if you grew them from seed. If you grew them from cuttings, they should be exactly the same, except that if they were taken from grafted trees, they won't have the characteristics derived from the grafted rootstock.
There are actually genetic dwarf peach varieties available, which means they don't need to be grafted to stay at a small size. A Google search will turn up several companies that will ship these trees to you (however, some states may not allow you to import certain trees from other states because of pest concerns).