Multigraft trees are a no-brainer for many gardens, as they reduce risk and provide a bigger variety of fruit, without taking up more space.
Breaks in your fruit tree can often be repaired, as long as you follow a few simple guidelines and provide good follow-up care.
Prepare the soil before planting fruit trees with an autumn green manure crop, and give your fruit trees the best possible chance to thrive.
Spraying fruit trees should always be kept to a minimum to protect soil health, but sometimes a spray in autumn is the right thing to do.
Fruit tree suckers should be removed every year or they cause problems, but it’s important to do it the right way.
Before you plant fruit trees this winter, there’s a few steps to go through before you get started with soil preparation.