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Pistachio

Pistachio plants are suprisingly hardy and will grow on well in a sheltered spot into a bushy shrub. Grown for their tasty nuts the delicate silvery foliage also makes a nice feature in a sunny garden.
Current Description
Each pot contains a small male and female plant which will grow on over the next few months and years. Surprisingly hardy and attractive plants just as pictured, we expect them to produce their first nut crop in 2-3 years time.
40cm tall in a 4L pot
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Pistachio tree
Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

This Pistachio Tree, (Pistachio vera) has been bred to fruit when young and should produce its first fruit next year.

Pistachio trees can live for decades and will eventually reach a sizeable tree. They are surprisingly hardy and will even take a mild frost. Like most trees they don"t need a lot of pruning or care and this variety is self-fertile so can be planted on its own rather than as an orchard.

Whilst your plant is in a small pot it will need regular watering. Aim to water it heavily and then allow the top of the compost to dry out before watering heavily again. As soon as practical your pistachio tree will benefit from being planted out into a sunny well drained spot in the garden or potted up in a much larger pot. Add a top dressing of well rotted manure or other rich compost to help your plant settle in.

These plants are already 2 years old and take around 10 years to fully mature In the meantime you should still get small crops of tasty nuts from next October.

Your plant shouldn"t need much feeding but if you are keeping it in the small pot for a while or the leaves start to appear pale of mottled then a good general purpose feed will always give it a good boost.Pistachio trees are deciduous so don"t be alarmed if it starts to lose its leaves in winter. These plants are reasonably hardy but if we do have particularly cold spells (-5C or colder) then a fleece or heavy straw mulch will give your plant a bit more protection especially in the first couple of years.

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