We have an ornamental tree in our yard that we love 11 months of the
year and hate in September. It is a weeping peach, nice shape, lots
of shade, beautiful flowers late April (zone 5).
But those beautiful flowers evolve into small inedible peaches. Even
the squirrels will not eat them.
So, we have to pick them off the tree or off the ground because they
make a slippery, smelly, ugly mess if left there. This year there is
a bumper crop.
Any ideas on how to avoid the peaches that does not involve a