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Original Post by Baridon Babe

Patio Fruit Trees

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<p>I have 6 patio fruit trees, 2 Golden Delicious Apples, 1 Gala Apple, I Sylvia cherry, 1 'Doyenne du Commice' Pear and 1 Black Amber Plum. This summer was the 3rd year for the Cherry but the 2nd year for the others. Although I had blossom on all the trees apart from the plum only the apple trees have produced any fruit. Unfortunately I live in a windy area of the North East of England, so although there was a lot of blossom on the pear it was blown off quite quickly before fruit was produced and the start of formation of fruit on the cherry was blown off. As I am a relatively new gardener I wondered if there was anything I could do to try and avoid the same happening next year, would something like gardening fleece (I think it's called) help to protect the tree. This may be a totally ridiculous idea (said I was new to gardening) but would be pleased for any ideas. Thanks in anticipation</p>

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