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Thank heavens for apples! We had a fantastic crop of apples this year, despite the fact that many of the trees are not that well established. The apple tree I have mentioned before, as being a great ingredient for tarte tatin or what we call 'Dutch
is that a runner bean?it looks like blackfly no a crab apple tree Copied from the description popup: "my 3yr old crab apple tree is covered in these eggs but no eggs on other fruit trees By steve marie2" Hi Steve, those are not eggs, but some kind
have pointed out, snow does make birds all the more obvious. When I peered out later in the day, the apple tree was bending under the burden of several plump … birds. They were silhouetted against the morning light so not immediately identifiable
. While I was there I thought I may as well do a couple of jobs, so I set about thinning out the fruit on the apple trees. This year my three apple trees have flowered and set fruit beautifully; the branches are laden with bunches of marble-sized fruits
Despite summer drought in my part of the East Midlands, my apple crop has been pretty good on most trees, but there’s just one problem. A much larger proportion of fruit than ever before has been pecked on the tree itself, resulting in small holes
I am lucky enough to own the last Bramley apple tree from a former orchard that was sited on the land where mine and my neighbours houses now sit. It currently has some beautiful blossom on it and really does cheer the soul on a miserable Norfolk
Sorry, I can't read your full question as it's no showing, but have a look here to see if you have leaf curl - it doesn't sound like it.
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I'm new to gardening and last year planted several fruit trees. The apple tree seems to have apple scab (brown marks on leaves) the apples are knobbly in texture. Are the apples still OK to eat or use in chutney? Are apple scab diseased apples OK