Video: Pruning a maiden fruit tree after planting

posted this on 18 Jul 2016

How to prune a maiden fruit tree for a bush-sized or half standard adult tree

These videos apply equally to trees with fruits containing pips (such as apples and pears) and those containing stones (such as plum and cherry).

The plants in this video are from our range of fruit trees.

Fruit trees are available as bareroot plants from November through to March, and many are also available pot-grown for most of the year.

All of our fruit trees are guaranteed for one year.

Pruning a maiden fruit tree after planting to make a half standard:

Pruning a maiden fruit tree after planting for a bush-sized adult tree:

If you're thinking of adding fruit trees to your garden, or giving them as a gift, why not browse our selection below. And don't forget those all-important planting accessories!

Categories: Fruit Tree Advice
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