Bush trees are similar in form to standards and semi-standards but are smaller.
This is essentially a decorative way of growing apples, although it will produce quite a surprising amount of fruit once it is mature.
Apricots can be grown as bush trees, but these do not do very well in cooler climates.
Cuts are generally made with secateurs (pruners), or long-handled pruners for thicker growth.
Blackberries and hybrid berries are usually grown in the same way.
Blackcurrants are a popular garden fruit because of their high vitamin content.
Blueberries are becoming ever more popular, and several varieties are now available.
The high-bush blueberry is becoming more popular in the garden.
Bush roses are usually divided into two distinct types: hybrid teas and floribundas.
As a general principle it is important to buy trees from a reputable supplier.
In recent years there has been a surge of interest in growing citrus fruit.
Clematis are normally divided into three groups as far as pruning is concerned.
The second group of clematis includes most of the large-flowered varieties.
The third group is another easy group to deal with.
Many people think of climbing roses as a single group, but in fact there are two: climbers and ramblers.