I was really impressed to find that as soon as I wanted to post a question to Gardener's World a new forum has been set up!
I was wondering if anyone could give me any tips on growing an apple tree from seed? The method I intend on taking at the moment is to ensure that the seeds are dry and pop them on a tray in the fridge for a month with damp paper over them.
The most efficient method would be to buy a tree from a garden centre, but I'd love to try this as an experiment as much as anything
Also, I live in North Yorkshire, which brings the problem of very thick, heavy soil with poor drainage characteristics and the intensely cold winters we have here! The current apple tree must be 50 years old and is only just on it's last legs so it must be a survivable environment!
Any ideas on any of the questions I'm pondering on would be very much appreciated!