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Small variety Victoria Plum tree

Question from Mrs Lorna Dyter

I have a two year old victoria plum tree (small variety that can be grown in a pot). This year it had loads of flowers on it and subsequently a lot of plums, but then in about June, on some of the branches the plums started to go yellow and shrivel up, and the leaves turned brown as well, we have only one branch that is healthy on the tree with plums on it. What happened to the other branches? Do we need to prune these bad branches right off and is the tree still OK or do we need to get rid of it due to disease?

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  • Posted: Tue. 23rd July 2013 10:08

Victoria plum tree problem

Question from Mrs Lorna Dyter

I have a problem with my miniature patio Victoria plum tree, in that one of the branches has suddently become quite sick looking, the leaves are drooping and the fruit formed are shrivelling up. The other two branches are very healthy and it has some new shoots coming up from the bottom. What should I do?

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  • Posted: Mon. 1st July 2013 08:52

Small variety Victoria plum tree

Question from Mrs Lorna Dyter

I have a Victoria plum tree which I bought late last year and planted in a large pot (I was advised that this was a mini orchard variety). I pruned the tree in June but it is now looking quite tatty (the leaves are moth eaten and going yellow) - see picture - do I need to prune again? Is there another pruning needed for this tree apart from June? Please help

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  • Posted: Mon. 1st October 2012 15:52
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