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Chemical content of Composts – June 2022

As part of my upgarding of the nursery, we decided to investigate alternatives to ‘normal’ compost. Whilst most compost suppliers do not add a chemical content breakdown on the bags, they may well give a PH value. Which is usefull … Continue reading

Selection of Furry Fruit (Unripe ) – Mid June 2022

If the weather keeps up, and we have warm rain, it is looking like its going to be good year for Peaches, Almonds and Apricots. These are just a few of the varieties that we grow in an open field, … Continue reading

Preston Hall, Pathhead, Midlothian Fig Collection supplied by gb-online.co.uk

The following varieties of figs were supplied over a 3 year period. The intention of Kate Danesh the Senior Gardener at Preston Hall Pathhead Midlothian EH37 5UG www.prestonhall.co.uk is to create espaliers on a hot south facing outdoor wall in … Continue reading

Soil Analaysis, Chemical content and Trace Elements – November 2021

All my soil gets sampled and sent away for a chemical analysis and report. Continue reading

Radipole Community Orchard, Weymouth, Dorset – October 2021

One of the first orchards we have been too in the Weymouth area of Dorset. Please have a look at the official website. We are at Radipole Community Orchard, Weymouth, Dorset – October 2021, sometimes called Denis Williams Community Orchard. … Continue reading

Jubilee Green Orchard Community Orchard, Bridport, Dorset – October 2021

Very hard to find this orchard, as not sign posted. We did not know what we were looking for. As there was only a small amount of trees. Here we are at Jubilee Green Orchard Community Orchard, Bridport, Dorset. Have … Continue reading

St Mary’s Church Field Community Orchard, Bridport, Dorset – October 2021

One of the first orchards we have been too, that sign posts it from off the main road. Nice touch. Please have a look at the official website. We are at St Mary’s Church Field Community Orchard, Bridport, Dorset – … Continue reading

Fig – Too Big for its Pants – Its a Big Fig

We have a fig tree that really got to big in its location. It was only a little plant when put in, but 3 years later we decided to move it. It had been sat on the garden soil for … Continue reading

Plant Health Inspection by APHA July 2021

Today the 7th July 2021 was the first inspection of the year by our (UK’s) APHA or Animal and Plant Health Agency. It was a special sort of day, as our inspector was undecided on the leaf and stalk of … Continue reading

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A very well known cooking variety of cherry. Not very often taken by birds. If left on tree to be fully ripe they can be eaten fresh.
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The fruit is medium to large that is bright yellow coloured, with a taste that is pleasantly spicy and sweet with little acid. The fruit have a shelf life of several weeks.
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Because the Sweetheart is self-pollinating, it can be used in location where you would only want to plant one tree for delightful cherry fruit. The tree resists cracking and ripens late. It is fast becoming a popular...
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This cultivar is from Denmark, fruits get ripened in the first week of July, they are large and weight about 5 g. Fruits are dark red, and they can easily be harvested. Trees are middle high and self-fertille.
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