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18/01/2008 at 13:11
Very interesting to read about Applejack. My cousin came back from a trip to Canada and froze a large flagon of cyder to see if it worked. It did all right but with disappointingly small results! Friends and family were only allowed to sample it by the teaspoonful!
18/01/2008 at 14:15
It was interesting to read about this chap, only wish I could get my apple trees to fruit whether they tasted sweet or sour some fruit would be nice.
19/01/2008 at 00:17
Yes, I've heard the story of Johnny Appleseed. I think the scruffy frontiersman drinking cider is nearer the truth than the Disney version though! It's a cheap way to get an orchard if you're patient!
21/01/2008 at 00:34
My new Holly tree planted in November has been blown by the wind and because of the wet weather I am worried that it will not survive, as I went in to tie it up and my feet in wellingtons sank into the very very soggy soil. Also my fuchias I have left in pots and think it will be too late to rescue them by taking them out and then where do I put them everywhere is so wet.
04/09/2009 at 09:25
Could this be the name of the 30ft apple tree I have in my garden with cooking size apples, which have reddish pink flesh?
28/11/2011 at 18:30
Hi. Many thanks for your posting today, I've had a really bad day and it made me smile.
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