Hi there,
We have moved in the last year and have a fruit tree that has produced masses of fruit (peaches) however the fruit have only been slightly larger than the pips with no flesh on them at all making them completely inedible; the fruit appeared to ripen (only to the stage written above) then all dropped off – is there something I can do so the fruits may be edible next year???
Also we have a plum tree (approx. 50m away) which flowered and blossomed however no fruit at all appeared all – is there anything we can do to save this tree also??
Thanks for your help and look forward to hearing from you.

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Hi Crystal

It sounds like your tree has suffered from drought. This year keep it well watered and give it a prune as soon as the leaves have fallen to encourage a good fruit load.

Happy gardening

Maria – Palmers national garden consultant

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