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How (and When) to Prune Trees

When to Prune Trees- wait until the coldest part of winter has passed, but before vigorous growth starts in early spring.February to March.

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from eBay

Garden Pruning Guide

Garden Pruning Guide | List of easy to grow plants and when to prune from a DIY gardener. This is broken down into types of plants with examples that make it super simple. #Sponsored

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from Diy & Crafts Ideas Magazine

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In a general sense there are two types of fruiting trees- spur bearing such as most apples and pear trees, or tip bearing trees. Spur bearing trees are ideal for espalier as you won’t prune off the new fruiting buds when trying to maintain a cordon or espalier shape. Although it’s not impossible to espalier tip bearing tree such as apricots, plums, cherries, peaches and nectarines you will be restricted mainly to the fan espalier sh

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from Organic Authority

A Beginner's Guide to Pruning Fruit Trees

JANUARY: Fruit tree maintenance (spray and prune deciduous; fertilize evergreens; move Figs; add bareroot apples & pears; add Fuerte avocados and lemons)

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