We have had a busy week in the Orchards picking Williams Pears, Marjorie Seedling Plums and more early Apple varieties including everyone’s favourite Delbar D’estival.
EARLY RIVER PLUMS now available to buy directly from our cold store!! Please call us on
07770461685 or 07771618312 to order as we only have 20 trays available.
It’s been an Early season here on the Farm, we have picked our crop of Early River Plums but don’t have enough to open the Farm Shop just yet.
Watch out for our opening date coming soon!
Victoria Plums and Cambridge Gage crops are looking good and ripening beautifully.
Happy New Year! We hope you all had a wonderful Christmas. Today we have reopened for the New Year.
Our last trading day will be Saturday 18th January. Then we will be closed for the Season.
Thank you for your custom and we look forward to seeing you in August for plums!
Nicky & Tim
Cox Apple Gift Boxes - 65mm or 70mm sizes available in store. Treat the one you love this Xmas with Local English orchard fruit! Now taking orders - £6.75 each
Apple Juice/ Cider Gift boxes
Farm pressed apples - 3 bottle gift pack; a popular Seasons Greeting present. Now in store.
Apple Juice - £6.60/ Cider - £7.50
Please see below our Christmas opening times. We will now be reopening again in the New Year for a minimum of 2 weeks or for however long our stocks last.
New in this week...
Glou Morceau Pear - Originates from Belgium and is a traditional desert pear. The flesh is soft and buttery with a rich sweet flavour.
Ida Red - A good keeper with attractive colour and mild apple taste.
D’arcy Spice - Essex 1785. Hot, spicy and almost nutmeg-like flavour by New Year, fairly sharp but sweetens.
Pixie - Small apple with a big flavour. The parentage is unknown but is thought to be Cox Orange Pippin or Sunset. Juicer and crisper than a Cox.
Braeburn - New Zealand, 1952. Refreshing, crisp firm flesh and very commercially successful.
Also currently in stock; Egremont Russet, Bramley Seedling, Court Pendu Plat, Gloster, Comice pears and Concorde Pears.
Over 15 varieties of apples to try before you buy in the farm shop. We understand the importance of tasting and comparing apples before you make your purchase. Every apple variety is unique!
Raised at the Comice Horticole, Angers, France. First fruited in 1849 and introduced into Britain by Sir Thomas Dyke Acland 1858. One of the finest pears, it is grown commercially throughout the world and in a small scale in Britain. Pale yellow & juicy.
Howgate Wonder apples
Isle of Wight, 1915-16. A Blenheim Orange and Newton Wonder cross. A very large apple that can be quite sweet and pleasant when eaten fresh but basically a cooking apple.
Keep checking back on this page. We will be posting updates on when fruit will be arriving in the shop and what is going on seasonally at our farm.