I'd advise getting the biggest pot you can handle. The problem, of course, is moving it. But the bigger the pot, the more the roots get to grow and the more water it'll retain, both of which are good things.
We are rengint a house in Calirfornia and yesterday when we went to Lowe's my husband asked if I thought it would be possible to plant a peach tree in a planter until we had our own house. Anyone know?
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