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Post  Nandy 9/29/2012, 5:40 pm

Hi everyone:
Hope to get a few tips on very small, very little raised bed gardening,
I also have an old apple tree and an apricot tree. We have only owned this property for a few years and it needs more care than I can give it.
Our apricots were very prolific one year only. This year we had 12 very large, very delicious apricots - would sure like more next year.
Anyway, thats all for now
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Post  llama momma 9/29/2012, 7:13 pm

Welcome Nandy

Welcome to the official Square Foot Gardening
forum. If you have the All New Square Foot Gardening Book, that is what ties all of us together. Then we can help each other out using the same method. If not, that's ok too, just keep asking and someone will probably help you or direct you for more info.
Again, welcome!
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Post  cheyannarach 9/30/2012, 12:27 am

Hi Nandy, and welcome to the forum! For your trees I would think some pruning is in order to help you get more of a harvest!
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Post  Nandy 9/30/2012, 1:14 am

Tnx - will certainly try to get that done.
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