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Pruning Feijoa in very early spring

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bobDal starts with ...
Hi. I have transplanted my Feijoa tree from its pot to the ground. I was wondering if I prune it now, do I get fruit in next autumn. So in other words, does Feijoa fruit on current spring/season growth? Thanks
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Original Post was last edited: 30th August 2023 12:57pm
bobDal says...
A response is appreciated.
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TyalgumPhil says...
Yes youre absolutely right, the flowers and fruit develop on new growth. I find they need very little pruning except to make sure you train your feijoa to a single trunk. They do tolerate being cut back heavily, and can even be adapted to a hedge. You can cut one of the main branches back, near the trunk, after fruiting to encourage new growth
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