Monthly Archives: May 2020

Comparison of a Normal Walnut (Juglans regia) and a ‘Coble’ – variety

A very large nut. Photo shows comparison to a normal walnut. A bit of a novelty due to its size, but still has large, nice and tasty nuts. Originates from Pennsylvania, USA. Scion wood will be available for shipping winter  … Continue reading

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Messing about in the orchard – Surely not ??

Do you think I need my hair cutting. With this Corona virus lockdown, I have not had a hair cut for 2 months. No that is not the answer. I am in fact get me cherry netting out of the … Continue reading

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After 6 years finally a flower on my PawPaw var Shenandoah

Its now 6 years since planting some seeds of PawPaw (Asimina triloba) variety Shenandoah, and finally its flowered. All I have to do now is wait for another variety to also flower, as they need another for cross pollination. They … Continue reading

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