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Bare root plants can only be planted from early November to end of March. These are available for delivery through our Courier service.
We have some potted plants through out the year from our Nursery.
Fruit Trees should be pruned every winter to ensure a good crop of fruit the following season.
Planting too deep is a common cause of tree death. Aim to plant at the same depth that the tree was growing in the nursery.
Keep a mulch-free circle around the base of the tree trunk (about 7.3-10cm or 3-4in) to prevent the bark decaying.
Apply mulch mid-to late spring and autumn. Pruning should be carried out from November to March.
Prune out Canker diseases
Spray with the copper-containing fungicides.
Fruit trees benefit from regular fertiliser Fruit Trees need a balanced general fertiliser in early spring.
Apples tolerate shade providing they receive half a day's sunshine in the growing season.
Apples prefer a sheltered, frost-free position in full sun. You can still grow apples in frost prone areas, just choose later-flowering varieties