Hi Liza, you would normally prune a feijoa straight after it has finished fruiting, as feijoa fruit on new growth, this will give you the best chance of getting a good crop next year. Feijoa trimming is predominantly done to control the size of the shrub and is not necessary if space is not limited. If it has been trimmed heavily the previous year, thinning will be required otherwise you will have lots of little fruit (less fruit = bigger fruit). Thanks, the Palmers team
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