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Latest Comments
  • Peter
    Re: Apple Trees
    Hi....We live in the Midlands...planted a young crab apple last year and it seemed to settle in fine....this year sprouted and budded with…
    13 August 2017
  • Prits
    Re: Growing Avocados
    My local asda is selling young avocado trees along side sweet passion fruit vines for £6, and it says they are for planting outdoors!? I am…
    13 August 2017
  • Jessicle
    Re: Plum Trees
    We have a Marjorie's Seedling plum tree planted about 12 years ago which has always fruited well. This year the fruits on the lower branches are the size…
    10 August 2017
  • Mommykaz
    Re: Plum Trees
    Can anyone identify this tree and if it's plum please
    10 August 2017
  • Jessicle
    Re: Plum Trees
    I have a Marjorie's Seedling plum which is about 10 years old and has fruited well in past years. This year most of the fruit on the lower branches is…
    10 August 2017
  • Lola
    Re: Why do we not hear about Winberries?
    Where exactly in Chorley can I find them please?
    9 August 2017
  • NicoLsn
    Re: Pear Trees
    @Enjay - There is no specific time. Tasting for sweetness is the best measure, and the pear should come easily off the tree when twisted. Enjoy!
    8 August 2017
  • Enjay
    Re: Pear Trees
    My conference pear tree has a very good crop. They look bigger than usual for thus time of year. When should I start to harvest them? Many thanks.
    7 August 2017
  • Rose
    Re: Plum Trees
    I have a very old plum tree that has borne many fruit in the past but this year every one picked so far has a worm in it. Does this mean they all have and…
    6 August 2017
  • Michelle
    Re: Plum Trees
    I have two plum trees in my garden which are very old, they are still producing lots of plums, but would really like to know types they are and if they…
    5 August 2017
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