Picking again in the Grange


Our apple picking continues on at full pace – last week we returned to a garden brimming with apples and pears in the Grange to pick the later ripening varieties.  This time we came with a equipped with a our new tarp, and found that shaking the apples off the tree onto the tarp is not only lots of fun, it is also one of the quickest ways of getting masses of stubborn cooking apples off the trees.


Even though we had already visited this garden before, we still came away with sacks and sacks of apples.  Now that we have a bit more expertise we were able to identify one of the nicest tasting apples as a Norfolk Royal Russet – which is apparently a very good eating apple for Scotland.


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