Judith Browning wrote:I grow Cherokee peach (or Blood peach) from seed. My two oldest trees had a wonderful crop this year. They are true to type and I have heard that most peaches are. I have several of those at different ages and two other kinds...a yellow and a white peach that grow here locally that should fruit this year also grown from pits that I planted. I plant the fresh pit in a pot and leave it outdoors over the winter...usually they will sprout early spring. I transplant to a bigger pot and plant out the next winter or sometimes later. I sometimes plant the pit where I want the tree but then the deer here eat it or I forget where I planted it.