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Grumichama Cherry

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Zeke starts with ...
Can someone please tell me how to prune a Grumichama Cherry or where I can find instructions.
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denise1 says...
It is good to prune them to keep about 2m maximum high so you can always reach the fruit.Once the tree gets up a bit you can open some light into the tree to give more foliage surface area to sunlight for increased bearing. You can cut after fruiting.and dont go overboard with it. With the extra inner foliage you can then clip the tree narrower quite easily if thats what you want.
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