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Trained Fruit-workshop videos

Audley End, not far from the city of Cambridge, was the venue for our Trained Fruit in Historic Kitchen Gardens-workshop. Their kitchen garden is over a hectare, with espaliered pears, condons, fan trained plums and figs and apples, – in other words – the perfect venue for our practical workshop. The videos show the best practices on pruning these trained fruits in a historical context.

Videos workshop

Apple Pruning

The first video from the Trained Fruit-workshop – about pruning of apple trees in historic gardens.

Apple Pruning

The first video from the Trained Fruit-workshop – about pruning of apple trees in historic gardens.

Pear Pruning

The second video from the workshop – about pruning of the pear-trees at Audley End historic Kitchen Garden.

Pear Pruning

The second video from the workshop – about pruning of the pear-trees at Audley End historic Kitchen Garden.

Fan Trained Fruits

The third video is about the fan trained fruit-trees (plums and figs) shaping them as fans against the wall.

Fan Trained Fruits

The third video is about the fan trained fruit-trees (plums and figs) shaping them as fans against the wall.

Contributors

Kate Nicoll is the workshop coordinator in the Craft Skills for Garden Conservation project, and in that way, more or less involved in all project activities.
Gemma will be a tutor during the Trained Fruit-workshop at Audley End – introducing the principals of late summer pruning, giving demos and tutoring the hands on pruning.
Andy Lewis is the Lead Fruit Grower at The Newt in Somerset.

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