I found this article on the BBC website today. It shows what the English apple grower is up against. Keep eating English apples!! As those of you who came to our tasting day on Saturday know, there is a huge variety in taste and texture available in English apples.
We have over 50 varieties of apples at present!!
This week we are open Monday (21st October) – Friday (25th October) noon to 5.30pm
Saturday – open 9am – 5.30pm
PLEASE NOTE – We will be closed from Sunday 27th October – Friday 1st November. We will be open from 9am on Saturday 2nd November.
Do come along to our free apple tasting event. 11am – 4pm. There are 44 varieties of eating apple ready at present. Plenty of parking. Refreshments available.
We are open from noon until 5.30pm on weekdays this week.
Saturday 19th October 9 – 5.30pm with apple tasting from 11 – 4pm
Sunday 20th October 1pm – 5pm
We have about 30 varieties of apple available at any one time at present!
Saturday October 19th 11am – 4pm. Come and sample up to 25 varieties of apple.
Tuesday 8th October 10 – 5.30pm
Wednesday 9th October 12 – 5.30pm
Thursday 10th October 12 – 5.30pm
Friday 11th October 12 – 5.30pm
Saturday 12th October 10 – 5.30pm
Sunday 13th October CLOSED
Apple varieties currently available –
Blenheim Orange, Cox, Egremont Russett, Ellison’s Orange, Epicure, Fortune, Greensleeve, Jupiter, King of Pippins, Lambourne, Margil, Orleans Reinette, Peasgood’s Nonsuch, Pixie, Red Devil, Royal Gala,
Rubinette, Spartan, Sunset
Plums have finished but there are still damsons.
Look out for our apple tasting day – likely to be Saturday October 19th
We have started to pick Egremont Russets.
This is the last weekend for plums. Damsons will be around for another week.
Other varieties of apple new today are:- Ribston Pippin, Orleans Reinette, Sunset and Peasgood Nonsuch
Wednesday October 2nd 9 – 5.30pm
Thursday October 3rd noon – 5.30pm
Friday October 4th 9 – 5.30pm
Saturday October 5th 9 – 5.30pm
Sunday October 6th 9 – 5.30pm
Monday October 7th 9 – 5.30pm
Plums – Croppers (good for eating and cooking), Damsons
Apples – Bramley, Cox, Lambourne, Greensleeves, Rubinette, Red Devil, Jupiter, King of Pippns, Margil, Ellison’s orange.