Compost heap peach tree
Last summer I sort of noticed a little tree popping up out the back of one of my compost heaps and thought I would get around to dealing with it this year. This year while I wasn't paying attention, it grew to be 5 ft tall with many branches. It is actually a handsome little tree in shape and texture and seems quite happy. I'm pretty sure it is a peach, it has leaves that are longer and more narrow than cherry, which smell strongly of almonds if crushed, and paler bark. My question is, is it likely to flower at all? It put on a fair bit of growth, might this growth be weak because it is growing in relatively rich soil? It seems healthy, with no disease or insect troubles. Cheers!