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'Ballerina Cherry Trees'

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 22nd August 2014

…laterals can be cut back to 5 buds from where they join the main branches. Regarding your Cherry tree, you should avoid winter pruning as this leaves cherry trees prone to silver leaf disease. Established cherry trees with a decent framework should require only occasional pruning to remove damaged,…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 30th May 2014

…ornamental tree for our front garden please. Not too wide a canopy - don't want one that casts too much shade. It will be in a south facing garden. Reason - I have to replace a winter flowering cherry that has died of old age and need a similar open branched, delicate looking tree - but not a cherry

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 15th June 2012

…flowering cherries, but these will have a similar problem with fruits that can cause as upset stomach - also I should warn you that crab apples can be quite messy when they drop their fruits, so these are not great for paved areas! How about Amelanchier 'Ballerina'? This is another good small tree

Thomnpson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer session 7th March 2014

…growths - is this the tree panicking - did I overdo the pruning last year do you think - shall I take all of the whips off this year? Answer: Hello Pauline. As you've discovered, winter (spring) pruning generally promotes vigorous growth in apple trees. Don't worry - your tree is simply responding…