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A few years back I was given a nectarine plant. Not knowing where to plant it at the time I put it in a big plastic pot. This year I decided where I wanted it to go but unfortunately the roots have grown thru the bottom of the pot and taken hold. Can I cut the roots and transplant it or do I have to dig it up. The other thing is there has been no fruit this year but a lot of growth and it is now too tall for my liking. Can I prune the height and when should I do this.

Thank you

  • Audrey Nesbit asked 1 year ago
  • last edited 1 year ago
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Hi Audrey, all this should be done in the middle of the winter when the plant is dormant. Yes you can prune hard, although this can affect the fruiting the following year. Good luck! The Palmers team

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