Dwarf fruit in containers

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I,d just dig a hole and bury the pot for the winter as long as your ground doesn't get waterlogged. As long as you loft them early spring then they should be fine. Otherwise place them close to a south facing wall and cover the roots with a good layer of sacking or something similar.
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peaches and apricots absolutely require cold to bloom. it is very hard to grow them in the south. Ingrid

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