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How to grow nectarines


Watch Monty Don, as he plants and trains a nectarine tree up against a fence, using wires and tensioners. With tips on mixing compost and protecting trees from frost damage.
Do it: spring

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adamstrange 24/11/2011 at 15:28

Can you help trying to buy tightners as shown on Monty Don training necterine can you tell me where he obtained his plus screw in vine eyes ect

hope you can help


Dan_S 24/11/2011 at 15:28

Try They should have all you need.

lpasso123 14/05/2012 at 19:32

my nectarine leaves have curled and are all blistered any help please lpasso

olive campbell 31/10/2015 at 14:00

very interesting video as I have a nectarine now six years old Growen from a stone - this year 2015 it flowered for the first time but owing to a bad very windy sstorm I lost the blossom (I live on the west coast in the Highlands near the Skye bridge - the tree is about 7ft high - do you think I should cut it downa bit and thin the branches - it is free standing and faces south west - a lot of sun from about 12 noon till suset

pansyface 31/10/2015 at 14:52

Wow. You maybe have the world's most northernly nectarine. I don't have a nectarine but I do have other citrus trees and mine spend their winters indoors.

I find that they don't really respond very enthusiastically to being pruned. If yours is in no danger of being blown down I'd leave it alone. It sounds as if it has just found its feet.

Good luck next year.