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'Fruit Trees For Small Gardens'

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Trees for Small Gardens

When choosing trees for small gardens it is worth considering just how much space you have and which seasons of interest best suit your planting scheme. Trees can bring all sorts of interest to your garden whether through flowers, foliage, fruit or bark; and can create colour and interest all year…

Fruit Trees for Small Gardens | Thompson & Morgan

Even if your garden is small you can still grow all the fruit you would like. Our range of fruit trees caters for large and small gardens alike.

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

Horticultural questions and answers 30th May 2014 - topics include: Heavy flowers on roses, Tree Peony not flowering, killing ants in lawn, small trees for front gardens, diagnosing box aphid

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question & Answer Session 11th November 2011

Horticultural questions and answers 11th November - Topics include: Overwintering gladioli, White fly on brassicas, Quick growing hedges for small gardens, Pruning pyracantha, Growing tree peonies, Patio fruit trees

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