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We grow apple varieties which we like to eat, rather than ones that look good on a supermarket shelf or are valued simply because they are ‘traditional.’
Apricots from the tree are delicious, but our climate is marginal for growing them and crops are not always good.
Our selection of mostly thornless types have good flavour and are easy to pick mid July to September.
We grow about 150 tons of blackcurrants for Ribena every year, most of them on sites a few miles from the main farm.
Dark red varieties which we like to leave on the trees as long as possible so that the full flavour develops
Kent cobnuts are traditionally eaten green and the ones we grow are selected to have large tasty nuts at this stage
Not all damsons are the same, and our variety, Shropshire Prune, has the most damsony flavour!
These hybrids of blackberries and raspberries have deep distinctive flavours which make unique preserves.
Anyone who cooks with fruit must try morellos. Lots of stones, but the flavour is superb.
Red Williams look spectacular and are ripe to eat in September.