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Introducing Fruit Growing
Shaping and Training Fruit Trees
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August Beauty of Bath berries black currants branches buds bunches bushes canes cherries colour compost cooking cordons Cox's Orange Cox's Orange Pippin crimson crisp culinary cultivation cut back damage damsons derris dessert develop disease early Egremont Russet Ellison's Orange espaliers excellent flavour fertile firm flowers flushed red foliage frost fruit trees fungus garden gooseberries grafting grapes green greenhouse greenish-yellow ground growing grown growth hardy heavy cropper heavy crops James Grieve juicy late Laxton's Superb leaf leaves loganberry manure medium sized mid-season moisture mulch nuts oval pale yellow peaches pears pests picked Pippin plants plums pollination possible pots produce propagated pruning Quince raffia raspberries Ribston Pippin rich ripe ripen roots rootstock russet scion secateurs seed SEEDLING self-fertile shoots skin soil sometimes specimens sprayed spring stem strawberries strong grower Sturmer Pippin suitable summer sweet trained upright usually variety vigorous vines walnuts winter wood