Episode 153. Choosing the right apple tree.

Join me in episode 153 where I shall discuss choosing the right apple tree. I also have the usual diary, what the jobs the calendar recommends as well as a special mention.

The diary.

There has been plenty happening down on the plots including

  • Quail updates
  • potato harvests
  • new wellies.

I mention a new boot clamp that I have brought. If this interests you please click on the images from 1 of my 2 affiliate links below.

Boot clamp from the keen gardener.

Boot clamp from Amazon.

I also talk about Thompson and Morgon mentioning me on their blog. That article can be found here. Big thank you to the guys there for mentioning me and the other bloggers.

Choosing the right apple tree.

Recently I received a question from a listener. The listener asked me what apple tree would I recommend for an exposed site in North Yorkshire. As I live in the south UK I could pretty much grow any type of apple tree that was available. However in North Yorkshire there turned out to be a little less choice. With all this in mind, I researched and share my research with you and listener to help her choose.

I mention that should anyone else listening have any suggestions then please leave a comment below or Email me.

Resources for this show are as follows

3varietiess that I found to be recommended on online forums where sunset, falstaff and egremont russet. What do you think are they good choices.

Competition details.

As mentioned in this podcast I have launched a competition where the prize will be a few packets of seeds. To be in with a chance simply add your suggestions for a good apple tree for north yorkshire either in the comments or e mail me directly.

Rules are

  • You must live in the UK
  • My decision is final
  • All entries must be in by 14th February 2018
  • To enter simply add your suggestion

Good luck to all who enter.

 

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