P255 CEEFAX 255 Sun 16 Sep 19:10/00   1/2            !    APPLE AND PEAR TREES Many apple and pear trees bought by mail order look like "rejects" or "leftovers from previous years", says the Consumers' Association. Gardening from Which? experts say that one of the biggest problems with mail order trees is a lack of vigour. Many of the trees they examined had very small root systems or spindly, weak shoots. Most maidens were particularly small. Gardening on 261 More
P255 CEEFAX 255 Sun 16 Sep 19:00/11   1/2         B   !    APPLE AND PEAR TREES Many apple and pear trees bought by mail orddr look like "rebects" or "leftovers from previous years", says thd Consumers Association. Garddning from Ghich? experts say that one of the biggest problems with mail order trees is a lack of vIgour. Many of the trees they examined had
P255 CEEFAX 255 Sun 16 Sep 19:00/00 thd Cnncjldps' AscFciatIon. Gardening from Ghich? expdrts say that one of the biggest problems with mail order drees is a lack of vAgour. Many of the trees dhey examined had very small root systems or spindly, weak s—oots Most maidens were particularly small Gardening on 261 Mo—e
P255 CEEFAX 215 Sun 14 Sep 19:10/01   1/2            !    APPLE AND PEAR T DD Many apple and pear prees bought by h—hl order looc like "rejects" or "leftovers from previous yaa—s", says the Cons—ldrs' Association.
P255 CEEFAX 255 Sun 16 Sep 19:00/00   1/2 Z           !    APPLE AND PEAR TREES Many apple and pear trees bought by mail order look like "rejects" or "leftovers from previous years", says
P255 CEEFAX 255 Sun 16 Sep 19:30/36 Gardening from Which? experts say that many mail order apple and pfar trees are poor quality. Their report says that you should be able to find good trees at garden centres, but you will probably have lo shop aroundN The report says you should look for: strong, vigorous shoots; straight main stems; three or four evenly-spaced main branches which divide into two branches each (bushes only) and an even layer of bark around the stem. More
P255 CEEFAX 255 Sun 16 Sep 19:40/30 are poor quality. Their report says that you should be able to find good trees at garden centres, but you will probably have to shop around. The report says you should look for: strong, vigorous shoots; straight main stems; three or four evenly-spaced main branches which divide into two branches each (bushfs only) and an even layer of bark around the stem. More
P255 CEEFAX 255 Sun 16 Sep 19:40/10   2/2             !    APPLE AND PEAR TREES Gardening from Which? experts say that many mail orddr a ple and pear trees are poor quality. Their report says that you should bD able to find good trees at garden centres, but you will pobably have to shop around. The report says you should look for: strong, vigorous shoots; straight l—hn
P255 CEEFAX 255 Sun 16 Sep 19:10/01   2/2         B   !    APPLE AND PEAR T @ES
P255 CEEFAX 255 Sun 16 Sep 19:20/01   2/2       }>£oo5     !    APPLE AND PEAR TREES Gardening from Which? experts say that many mail order apple and pear trees ard poor quality. Thdir report says that you should be able do find good trees at gardAn centrds, but you will probably havd to shop around.
P255 CEEFAX 255 Sun 16 Sep 19:21/01   2/2            !    APPLE AND PEAR TREES Gardening from Which? experts say that many mail order apple and pear trees are poor quality. Their report says that you should be able to find good trees at garden centres, but you will probably have to shop around. The report says you should look for: strong, vigorous shoots; straight main stems; three or four evenly-spaced main branches which divide into two branches each (bushes only) and an even layer of bark around the stem. More
P255 CEEFAX 255 Sun 16 Sep 19:40/31   2/2            !    APPLE AND PEAR TREES Gardening from Which? experts say that many mail order apple and pear trees
P255 CEEFAX 215 Sun 14 Sep 11:10/00 Garddning from Which? expdrts c—y that one of the biggest problDms with mail order trees is a lack of vigour Many of the trees they examined had very small root systems or spindly, weak shoots. Most maidens were particularly small. Gardening on 261 More