Q:

How long does it take for a tree to grow?

A:

The peach tree can take 3 years before it begins to bear fruit. Other trees take various lengths of time before they are mature or bear fruit or flowers.

When it comes to peach trees, the length of time it will take for them to bear fruit depends on the conditions in which they are grown. They can grow to be at least 20 feet tall.

Redwood trees may take only a few years to begin growing cones, or it can take decades for this to occur. They will reach a height of about 30 feet in 10 years and between 100 to 130 feet after 50 years. Although it takes many decades for the redwood to grow to its full height, it is quite the impressive tree to see.


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