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Paca Punch Moat Alpacas Weekend 13th August

Updated: Sep 25, 2021


Just 3 weeks until the National Alpaca Farm Day and we will be opening our gates from 2-5 pm. Come and meet this year's cria and afterwards enjoy afternoon tea in the garden. There will be Alpaca products for sale and spinning demonstrations.

We look forward to welcoming you and talking all things alpaca!


Now is the time to prune wisteria.

Cut back the whippy green shoots of the current year's growth to five or six leaves after flowering in July or August. This controls the size of the wisteria, preventing it getting into guttering and windows, and encourages it to form flower buds rather than green growth.




Cut back new apple shoots more than 20cm (8in) long growing from the main stem to three leaves above the basal cluster of leaves. Do not prune new shoots that are less than 20cm (8in) long as they usually terminate in fruit buds

Cut back new shoots growing from existing sideshoots to one leaf.

Remove any upright, vigorous growth completely

If secondary growth occurs after summer pruning, remove this in September.














Cut back new apple shoots more than 20cm (8in) long growing from the main stem to three leaves above the basal cluster of leaves. Do not prune new shoots that are less than 20cm (8in) long as they usually terminate in fruit buds

Cut back new shoots growing from existing sideshoots to one leaf above the basal cluster

Remove any upright, vigorous growth completely

If secondary growth occurs after summer pruning, remove this in September.

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