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we inherited a 15 years olive tree when we bought the house 10 years ago. i have been pruning the tree without really knowing if i am doing it right. is there a correct way or you just go by gut feeling??!! any advice would be very welcome before i ruin what is left of it

You can prune out weak or diseased shoots or branches in spring. Other than that, best to leave it be if you're in a climate where you could expect fruit.

thanks auntie betty, i live in london so not expecting any fruit, your help was apprecitaed. 

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