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Bonfire Patio Peach Tree

Prunus persica ‘Bonfire’

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Growing Zones: 5-8
(hardy down to -10℉)

Growing Zones 5-8
You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

4-5 ft.

Mature Width:

4-5 ft.


Full Sun


8-10 ft.

Growth Rate:


Drought Tolerance:


Harvest Time:


Fruit Color:


Peach Stone Type


Year to Bear:

0-1 years

Chill Hours (minimum):


You are in an area with ~1800 chill hours

Botanical Name:

Prunus persica ‘Bonfire’

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The perfect container tree for fruit and color

The beautiful and unique peach tree is here. Prepare yourself for tons of color, because this hardy tree has three seasons worth. Every spring the Bonfire Peach Tree bursts with shades of pink all over as beautiful blossoms emerge.

This tree's large blooms are a soft pink around the edges and have darker shades of pink towards the center, giving spectators a breath taking display. The sweet floral scent attracts butterflies and humming birds to give wildlife enthusiasts an exciting show.

Bonfire Peach Trees provide a tropical and exotic look, because their leaves first emerge a vibrant shade of red that darkens into a deep crimson color as temperatures warm up. Your family and neighbors will be constantly watching this tree to see what it does next!

Once fall comes around the corner the leaves will turn a bright golden shade of yellow for an attractive fall foliage display. Keep this tree in a container on your porch or patio to show off its colorful displays that last for months.

The colors aren't this trees only spectacle, the peaches are amazing too! Under the burgundy leaves large white peaches with blotches of red will grow that are perfect for baking. Their sweet and tart flavor are perfect for delicious peach pies and cobblers.

Not only will this peach tree produce tons of fruit, but it will do so without taking up a lot of space. This space-saving tree only grows to about 4 to 5 feet tall and 4 to 5 feet wide, making them the optimal container tree or the perfect fit in any garden as an accent tree or focal point.

This popular peach variety is selling out fast, we recommend ordering yours today before they're gone!

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Customer Reviews

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FGT was amazingly fast processing the order, I placed it saturday night and they shipped the tree sunday. FedEx of course took their sweet time but once it arrived it looks great. I'll include a picture of it after immediately planting it in a pot, mind you this is after spending 5 in a box making it's way to the west coast.

I love the color of the leaves on this thing, some of them have these little green specs that I can't identify but I'll assume it's normal until something leads me to believe otherwise. The trunk on it is huge too, at least 2 to 2.5 inches thick on a 3'-4' tall tree.
Day 1, immediate transplant after opening the box. 3'-4' tree option, super thick trunk!
Day 1, immediate transplant after opening the box. 3'-4' tree option, super thick trunk!
May 13, 2017
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Arrived Today - Zone 6
It arrived in wonderful shape. I originally purchased it for my deck but decided to go ahead and plant in the ground inside my enclosed garden. I am originally a N. CAL girl and boy do i miss the peaches of my youth. I hope this works out. Please send any tips to keep it alive through the summer and through the winter. Thanks.
May 2, 2017
8 months ago
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Not really sure as yet
The tree arrived a bit wilted. I have planted it and it seems to be making a recovery slowly but surely. I am really not sure about the growth rate and hardiness as I just received it but seems to be doing well in the ground in my area. In South Carolina so hoping it survives the winter, it can get down to 20 at times. I have a date palm (a real one!) so will treat this with the same tender care, so far the date palm is over 5 years old and thriving when they said they would not survive here. Lots of mulch and a sun cover all winter.
August 8, 2015
Johns Islane
over 2 years ago
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Bonfire peach Tree
Caught a fungus , used a fungicide ,starting come back.
September 2, 2015
over 2 years ago
Growing Zone:
too early
ive only had it a short amount of time so it really hasn,t done anything yet
August 19, 2015
over 2 years ago
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Planting & Care

It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Bonfire Patio Peach Tree

Bonfire Patio Peach Tree Planting Diretions

The bonfire peach tree is quite eye catching with their rosy buds that appear in early spring and exotic looking leaves. This variety known as “Prunus persica Bonfire” perform their best in USDA growing zones 5-8. Bonfire peach trees are moderate growers maturing to a height of 4-5 feet tall and 4-5 feet in width.

Location: Plant your bonfire patio peach tree in well-drained soil in a location that receive full sun (at least 6-8 hours of sunlight a day). Heavy winds and early frosts can damage the blossoms, so be sure to protect your tree by planting on the sunniest side of a building or your home.

Planting Instructions (in ground):
1) Dig the hole twice the size as the root ball and just a little shallower.
2) Loosen the soil in and around the hole so the roots can easily break through.
3) Use your fingers to separate the roots of your bonfire patio peach tree and gently position them downward in the hole. The top of the root flare (where the roots end and the trunk begins) should be about an inch above the surrounding soil.
4) Hold the tree straight as you begin to backfill the site, tamping down the soil as you go.
5) Back fill the hole, apply water to settle the soil and remove any air pockets.

Planting Instructions (potted):
1) When selecting a container for your bonfire patio peach tree, be sure it has plenty of holes in the bottom as drainage is essential. The pot size should be 2 times the size of the one it initially came in.
2) A good potting soil such as Miracle Grow should be fine for filling in the open space, try to leave at least 2 inches in the top of the container for watering.
3) Choose a location on the patio, backyard, front/side of the house providing it will receive full sun.

Watering (in ground): Keep the soil around your bonfire patio peach tree moist, but not over saturated. Keeping the roots too wet can cause rot. Watering once a week by leaving a hose at the base of the tree for a couple of hours is sufficient. Once the soil around the tree has dried, water the tree again. During times of extreme heat, your tree may need additional water. Yellowing of the leaves is a common sign of over watering while leaves that are dry and brown can be a sign of under watering.

Watering (potted): Stick your finger into the potting soil down to a depth of 2 inches and feel around for any moisture. If the soil is drying out, go ahead and water it slowly to allow the potting mix to absorb the moisture before you see it escaping the drainage holes and then stop. If there is some moisture present, leave it be until the soil dries a bit more.

Fertilizing: Fertilize your tree with a well balanced fertilizer such as a 12-12-12 formula. Apply in Spring before the tree pushes out new growth. Repeat this in the Summer and Fall as well.

Pruning: Bonfire peach trees should only be pruned while the plant is dormant without leaves. That is usually in winter or early spring before the leaf buds open up.

Pests: Check your tree regularly for insects and diseases. Caterpillars can form nests (egg sacs) on the tree which should be picked off immediately and spray your tree with a horticultural oil or insecticide.

Planting & Care

Questions & Answers

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Why did you choose this? Store
Wanted peach for patio
Jimmy K on Apr 29, 2017
The beauty and fruit bearing in 1st year. Also like the idea of having it on my deck in a container.
Shari T on Nov 3, 2016
Wanted peach for patio
Jimmy K on Apr 29, 2017
Hopefully get some peaches and beauty..
Ray E on Apr 27, 2017
The beauty and fruit bearing in 1st year. Also like the idea of having it on my deck in a container.
Shari T on Nov 3, 2016
I picked up this dwarf tree for my front yard garden. It is small and it will look great among other plants and flowers.
LENUA G on Oct 16, 2016
It is a beautiful tree. I choose it for its ornamental value as well as fruit. It did bear fruit the first year and is growing fast. I love the tree. Just got a few peaches but a lovely tree. Expect more next year.
Frances G on Oct 16, 2016
Hopefully get some peaches and beauty..
Ray E on Apr 27, 2017
I picked up this dwarf tree for my front yard garden. It is small and it will look great among other plants and flowers.
LENUA G on Oct 16, 2016
I want to plant this tree in a pot. I live in Zone 5. Do I need to bring the pot in during the winter?
Rachel V on May 21, 2017
Does this tree produce clingstone or free stone peaches?
Jessica D on Apr 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I just bought it in fall. It is full of flowers and looks very healthy at about 5 ft. I am curious if it will produce fruit; sometimes fruit trees have flowers, but no fruit.
Is the root system aggressive? Can I plant it close to my house?
GUGRA R on Jun 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They do not have an aggressive root systems. Yes you can plant it close to your house.
I purchased a bondfire peach tree at Lowes and was told it will grow in zone 10 just wont produce fruit. Will it surive in zone 10?
connie m on Jun 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It is not recommended for your growing zone. We have had customers grow plants outside of their zone with success and a little extra TLC.
why can't I ship this plant to Washington?
Carol R on Aug 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: We would love to send this tree to you, however, the state of Washington has agricultural restrictions against it. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Would this tree be too heavy for a rooftop deck?
Michie D on Oct 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I don't think is a tiny tree...I have planted it in the ground and it grew a little, but it is supposed to remain small (5-6 foot).
care for potted bonfire patio?
Betty T on Aug 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Make sure pot is large. Really takes a long time to root, if you live in colder places, like Ohio, best to bring indoors during the winter and add some led grow lights to promote year round growth and beauty. If leaves are drooping give some water and some fertilizer. Love my tree. I have 3 peaches this year. Had over 15 but they manhandled during shipping and I lost a dozen more.
Do I need two trees to get peaches ?
Debra L on May 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No...they are self-pollinating......however, you will get bigger crops if you have a suitable pollinator such as a Bonanza peach...Enter
If planted outside, can this tree do well in areas that don't drain well?
Kim L on May 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You can plant in the summer, by planting in the evening after the sun goes down, so it will not get leaf burn. Giving it extra water and putting a 3-4 inch of mulch (keeping a few inches away from the trunk) to help retain moisture during hot dry weather. Planting in fall/winter/early spring, while they are in their dormant stage helps them get their roots, established without having to give nutrients to the rest of the tree.
Is this tree self fertile?
Angel S on Mar 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: from what I read when I ordered it, Yes.
As I have my tree in a pot and inside, The leaves dropped off over winter, Even though there was a grow light on it. Right now it's covered with flowers and a few leaves are starting to grow.
As the tree is young yet, I don't think I will get much fruit this year?
I do have other fruit trees that are flowing, Always
Is it already bearing fruit when it arrives?
jenifer d on Oct 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No it is past the season for fruiting. When we ship trees we may take the fruits off so they will not damage the tree during transit.
Once well established, how much fruit would you expect a tree like this to produce each season?
AbbyJ on Sep 16, 2017
How do I care for my potted Bonfire peach tree?
Betty T on Aug 7, 2017

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