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'Mature Fruit Trees'

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Trees for Small Gardens

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 round. Bear in mind the tree's mature height and spread even the smallest trees can eventually reach a height of 6m or more. For the smallest trees choose…

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

Horticultural questions and asnswers 7th March 2014 -topics include: Planting bareroot gooseberries, Grafting methods for fruit trees, Pruning mature apple trees, Moving spring bulbs, Growing Rhubarb

Thompson & Morgan | Facebook Question and Answer Session 6th September 2013

Horticultural questions and answers 6th September 2013 - topics include: Cucumber not fruiting, how to prune Acer, Clematis leaves turning brown, Hydrangea not flowering, Hibiscus not flowering, digging up a mature tree for container cultivation.

Pear Trees | Pruning | Gardening Information | Thompson & Morgan

This page provides advice on how to prune a pear tree. Apart from the obvious risk of the greenhouse being damaged if the mature fruits drop through the glass; the tree is probably blocking a lot of light from the greenhouse too.

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