Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
I would like to know if it is too late in the year to cut back three branches on a mature and well-established Bramley apple tree, because they overhang a greenhouse. They are only about 1.5 inch thick.
[It probably was not necessary, but I have tried to add a photo of the branches, taken from underneath - I am not sure if it uploaded]. The tree already has a little spring growth.
If it is not too late, I may do some all-round pruning; it has not had any for years, and I am told it could do with some.
Thanks for any advice,
- 5 Apr, 2012