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Very impressed with the cherry trees recieved in perfect condition.planted as per instructions.I would like advice, as now I have got them I am told I will never have cherries as the birds always get there first.As the trees max height is 8ft is there some way I can protect them and when is it the beast time to offer this protection. I would be grateful for your advice. Webmasters Reply: Here on the nursery we have found hanging old cd's in the tree the most effective method of control; these must be in place from approximately mid March until after the fruit has been harvested.
Hazel Willsher, hazelwillsher@XXX.COM

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Very impressed with the cherry trees recieved in perfect condition.planted as per instructions.I would like advice, as now I have got them I am told I will never have cherries as the birds always get there first.As the trees max height is 8ft is there some way I can protect them and when is it the beast time to offer this protection. I would be grateful for your advice. Webmasters Reply: Here on the nursery we have found hanging old cd's in the tree the most effective method of control; these must be in place from approximately mid March until after the fruit has been harvested.
Hazel Willsher, hazelwillsher@XXX.COM

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Nectarine Trees


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Nectarine Tree 'Lord Napier'

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Thin skinned, burgundy-red fruits have sweet and very juicy white flesh. Self Fertile. St Julien A rootstock.
Currently Not Available To Purchase
Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including roots.

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Nectarine Tree 'Madame Blanchette'

Nectarine Tree 'Madame Blanchette'

Medium sized orange-red skinned fruits are gorgeously juicy and sweet. Blossom has a good resistance to frost damage. Self Fertile. St Julien A rootstock.
Currently Not Available To Purchase
Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including roots.

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Plant Passport Registration Number: GB-34265