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Original Post by globalmouse

fruit / nut tree recommendation

<p>Hello! We had a large crab apple tree in our garden which without warning last summer fell over – it looked like it was rotten inside although it was flowering and producing lots of fruit. We want to replace it, preferably with a fruit or nut tree….does anyone have any recommendations of something that will grow quite tall (as the crab apple was usefully blocking the view from neighbouring properties)… Thank you!</p>

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