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  • The Backyard Orchardist

    …* evaluate and build healthy soil choose the best planting site select fruit trees that are easy to grow and appropriate for your climate * become familiar with the growing requirements of popular temperate zone tree fruit: the pome fruit apples, pears, Asian pears, quince, and the novelty medlar

    £16.99
  • Apples & How To Grow Them

    …pruning apple trees, as well as harvesting and storing the apples. It outlines the fascinating story of apple cultivation across the continents, and modern methods of breeding and developing new cultivars. To help you choose a suitable variety, there is a visual directory, showing over 400 apple

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    £9.99
  • Red Apple Slice Tree Ornament

    Decorate the Christmas tree with these festive, fruity decorations and get 1 of your 5-a-day. Created from original designs and handmade from glass using traditional methods and hand painted, these are guaranteed to bring colour and festive spirit to the home. This red apple slice decoration…

    £6.00
  • The Apple Orchard

    …It demonstrates that man and nature together can - just occasionally - create something more beautiful and (literally) more fruitful than either could alone. The vivid brightness of the laden trees, studded with jewels, stirs some deep memory and makes the heart leap. Here is bounty, and excitement.

    £9.99
  • How Trees Die

    …trained food trees, such as peach and apple trees, to produce more and better fruit at the expense of their lives. As Jeff Gillman, a specialist in the production and care of trees, explains in his major new work, How Trees Die: The Past, Present, and Future of Our Forests, the death of a tree is as…

    £14.99
  • The Tree Climber's Guide

    'After I finished this book I alarmed my family by going into the garden and climbing the apple tree.' - Damian Whitworth, The Times 'One of the publishing sensations of the year ...For anyone who has ever felt a little overwhelmed in a big city, or wanted to step out of the rat race for an hour or…

    £8.99
  • The Fruit Tree Handbook

    The Fruit Tree Handbook is a clear, practical guide that will help both amateur and expert to grow delicious fruit, from apples to mulberries and plums to peaches. Simple instructions guide you through soil preparation, choosing the best varieties and planting your trees successfully, while the…

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    £16.95
  • Poppy and Sam's Wipe-Clean Christmas Activities

    Join Poppy and Sam for Christmas at Apple Tree Farm with this delightful activity book, filled with festive mazes, dot-to-dots, matching and other wipe-clean activities. The simple puzzles help young children develop essential observation and pen control skills in an enjoyable way.

    £4.99
  • Poppy and Sam's Lift-the-Flap Christmas

    It's Christmas Eve at Apple Tree Farm! Peep under the flaps to find out what Poppy and Sam are doing to get ready for Christmas Day. Poppy can't find Ginger, her kitten, but maybe you can see where she's hiding! An interactive book for children to enjoy during the festive season, with delightful…

    £10.99
  • RHS Simple Steps to Success: Easy Pruning

    …from our experts at the RHS. Follow RHS show-how and know-how for a garden that looks great all year round, whatever size it is. From roses and apple trees to hydrangeas and honeysuckle, inspirational tips and techniques on why it's good to prune, when to do it, how to do it well, what not to prune,…

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    £7.99
  • The Organic Fruit Gardener

    …enjoyment of tasting your own sweet, succulent, home-grown fruit? Most people have got room to grow some kind of fruit - whether it be a small apple tree in a front garden, a grape vine up a trellis or strawberries in a window box. Gardeners seeking a concise, easy-to-follow approach to fruit…

    £14.99
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