Pruning apple trees and other fruit trees
Correctly pruning apple trees and other fruit trees is down to a combination of technique and timing.
Royal Horticultural Society
Ideally, pruning apple trees should be done every winter if you want to encourage a mass of flowers and a good crop of fruit in the next season. If your trees are not pruned regularly then over time they will become less productive and more congested with old branches. If left unchecked for many years they can also grow to occupy a bigger space in your garden than you wanted. The aim of pruning is to achieve and maintain an open shape with branches that can be pruned and fruit that can be harvested by you.
Renovating old trees
Apple and pear trees can grow very large, over two stories tall in some cases. Renovating old fruit trees is a big task that ideally should be carried out over a few years.
LG trees tree surgeons have experience pruning apple trees and other fruit trees
LG trees are experienced fruit tree pruners, please contact us now for a free, no obligation quote. Here is a testimonial from one of our fruit tree customers: “Luke and his team did a fabulous job with our very over-crowded garden. The fruit trees were very overgrown and out of control and one was even dying. Luke was extremely good at listening to what we wanted and his approach of ‘sensitive reduction’ worked brilliantly: our garden looks much bigger, the trees are super healthy and our house is much lighter. Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend him to anyone. Great job Luke!” Emma Lawson, Wandsworth, London.
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