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I have 2 3 year old Fejoa trees that have never ben prund and I have never pruned this kind of tree. Can you tell me how hard I should prune them?

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Hi and thanks for your question. I always suggest if you are growing your feijoa as a tree then prune it so ‘a bird can fly through it’. This will give air circulation to the fruit and create a nice feature looking tree. If keeping your tree as a hedge then prune the shrub back by 1/3 once a year beginning after winter fruiting. If in doubt contact your local Palmers store to your region and they can get you in touch with an experienced arborist who specializes in fruit tree pruning.

Happy gardening

Maria – Palmers national garden consultant

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