ACTION PLAN: NIGEL COLBORN'S ESSENTIAL JOBS FOR YOUR GARDEN THIS WEEK 

British gardening expert, Nigel Colborn shared advice for maintaining the health of homegrown apples or pears. He says that they may demand summer pruning and shoots will be maturing.

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