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Learn good techniques for tying in canes of summer-fruiting raspberries.
RHS experts give advice on all aspects of growing raspberries - from training plants to pruning.
RHS Fruit and Trials specialist Jim Arbury shows how to store your fruit sucessfully.
Advice on picking rootstocks and planting apples from the RHS experts.
Part one of our advice on pruning apples.
Part two of our advice on pruning apples.
Thinning apples in summer gives you better fruit size, and reduces stress on the tree.
Blackcurrants are easy-to-grow bushes and can be used in pies, jams and cordials.
Cherries are delicious fruit to grow. Make sure you protect them from birds.
Choose the right cherry tree for your garden with the help of the RHS experts.
Pruning needs to encourage younger replacement branches to form.
Gooseberries are easy to grow, and pruning annually will keep growth under control and produce better crops.
It is possible to grow peaches in the UK, they just need a warm spot in the garden.
Choose the right peach tree for your garden with the help of the RHS experts.
Annually pruning fan-trained peaches ensures they maintain shape and produce plenty of fruit.
Pears are easy to grow, and modern cultivars mean they can be grown in the smallest gardens.
Choose the right pear tree for your garden with the help of the RHS experts.
Pear trees should be pruned every winter to ensure a good crop of fruit the following season.
Pears need thinning in summer to reduce the crop load, thereby producing larger fruits.
Plums are not very demanding trees to grow. You can even grow modern cultivars in pots on a patio.
Plums require thinning in summer to boost fruit size. Pruning, where needed, is also carried out in summer to prevent silver leaf infection.
Redcurrants need pruning annually to maintain a good shape and produce a good yield of fruit.
Strawberries are very popular fruits, and suitable for growing in containers or hanging baskets.
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