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  1. Jeanne

    Two years ago, in the fall, she planted a two-year-old Melba apple tree seedling. In winter, the entire increase was frozen above the place where the stem was trimmed (although I don’t understand why the nursery was cut so low). Over the past season, side branches grew. I'm afraid the plant will freeze again in the winter. They don’t see a problem in the nursery about my anxiety - they said, let the apple tree grow as it is. And I doubt ...

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    • OOO "Sad"

      - Trees of Melba variety in the Samara region in severe winters can freeze slightly. So listen to the advice of experienced gardeners and let the apple tree create the crown yourself.

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