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Mr H Aug 8
Nice wee crop this year
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Kari 9h
14 small jars of apple butter....my house smells like fall. @ Portland, Oregon
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Nadiya Jamir Hussain MBE Aug 9
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Spitalfields City Farm Aug 5
New additions to the Farm Shop as we harvest some of the summer crops! To order yours, check out our online shop:
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Gillian Donough OT 16h
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AC Goatham and Son Aug 6
Farmers across the UK are reporting what they are doing for today - we have been doing many things including getting out and about to check on the progress of the fruit ahead of the main harvest starting.
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🌼🍋Helencello🍋🌼 Aug 6
In Celtic times apples were considered the food of the Gods  Traditionally apples have been wassailed over by country folk to ensure a good crops they are the symbol of plenty felling an apple tree has always been said to bring bad luck
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Stavros Papagianneas Aug 7
Freedom is picking in your at 7.00 AM dressed with a boxer short & gardening boots
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Michael Fay Aug 5
Pink-fleshed make a delicious and attractive tarte tatin 😋 - the apple sauce is good too!
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Apple Man Aug 8
Apples are the key to success! Especially in the apple industry but for other things as well.
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Adam's Apples 20h
Some day must visit this green and pleasant land, walk its hills, and taste its
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Anna Stolli Aug 8
SUMMER HARVEST!! 🍏🍎 Figs-a-plenty, a bit late on the blackberries... 🙄, pears not quite ready. What shall I make?!
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Karen Hochman 1h
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Holywell&DistrictTG Aug 6
So many great pictures from today’s visit to the garden and visiting our group leader and 🍏🍓🌸🍏🍓🌸 growing nicely. Lots to be done but great to be back
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Barbara Shaw Aug 8
Good morning everyone and ! These are nearly ready to pick and have inspired a picture!
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harrystark96 13h
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Joy on Cape Cod Aug 5
My one Honeycrisp Apple. I was told to only leave one on the tree it’s first year. I guess we can share?
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Elisheba Haqq Aug 6
Two rainy and stormy days—I bake pies! I used in-season fruit to make a blueberry and cherry pie. I’m freezing both of these for the fall
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Kim Siwak Aug 5
And so it begins... 🍎🍏
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Joy on Cape Cod Aug 7
Garden friends, before I wish you a nice Friday evening and a happy weekend, may I please draw your attention to the bend in the branch struggling to support the obviously significant weight of my previously detailed “one” apple. I see this as an exciting development.
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