Removing excess fruit from apple and pear trees allows for a more consistent production, bigger and better fruit. It is carried out by gardeners who wish to intervene beyond the tree’s natural ways of doing it, and should be done on younger trees.
Apples, pears and stone fruit such as plums and cherries are pruned at different times of year. Although many people don’t do it, it brings great benefits, and is quite an enjoyable activity.
We are running out of stock. An opportunity to assess our storage choices and provide a few tips.
Planting fruit trees requires much less effort than growing vegetables. And a tree grows faster than we think! Planet carers and home-grown fruit lovers, here are some easy tips for you.
Family gathering and special treats were at the menu of our Christmas delights in Aurillac.
Just a photo with a quick comment today. I thought it would be nice to bring some apples from our garden to my London friends.