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Old Sep 23rd 2021, 2:41 pm
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This tree looks fabulous but there's been very little yield this year. A 16 sq.m. patch on the ground is dead. It's nice sitting under it when it's very hot but then when you go inside .... you notice insects have dropped down inside your top or on your head!
As it takes up quite a bit of that part of the garden I'm tempted to chop it down and replace with an apple tree. There's enough shade from hedges on two sides so not a great loss for that purpose.
It probably needs trimming back?

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Old Sep 23rd 2021, 3:54 pm
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NO! please do not cut it down, if it were in my garden I would keep it. I have apple trees and frankly they are just too messy and too much work for what little fruit you get that is actually edible.!


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Old Sep 24th 2021, 6:32 am
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[QUOTE=FenTiger;13054852]This tree looks fabulous but there's been very little yield this year. A 16 sq.m. patch on the ground is dead. It's nice sitting under it when it's very hot but then when you go inside .... you notice insects have dropped down inside your top or on your head!
As it takes up quite a bit of that part of the garden I'm tempted to chop it down and replace with an apple tree. There's enough shade from hedges on two sides so not a great loss for that purpose.
It probably needs trimming back?
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I wouldn't cut it down just give it a good pruning.
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Old Sep 24th 2021, 7:10 am
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My wife has said this us Turkish nut tree not cherry! Something was lost in translation. In short the nuts are like hazelnuts.
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My wife has said this us Turkish nut tree not cherry! Something was lost in translation. In short the nuts are like hazelnuts.
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