Gloucester,1700. Parentage unknown, perhaps related to Duke of Devonshire. Despite its ‘dull’ appearance this Apple has a very unique flavour, reminiscent of pear drops. Long esteemed by connoisseurs.
Our Damsons are now for sale in the Farm Shop-they make delicious jam or why not try making Damson Gin this year!
Victoria Plums most popular of all the English plum varieties. Good for eating, cooking or jam making.
Tydemans Early Worcester Apples Kent, 1929. A McIntosh & Worcester Pearmain cross. Has a strawberry flavour or Worcester and very juicy quality of McIntosh.
We have a record breaking crop of Cambridgeshire’s favourite fruit this year! Cambridge Greengage Orchards were once widespread in this area and are now a fruit very hard to come by.
Sweet with a superb rich flavour.🍈
Today we have the first 2 apples of the season in the shop.
Grenadier the first cooking apple of the season. Cooks to a pale cream purée with a superb apple flavour.
George Cave flavour typical of early English apples. Slightly sharp - ripen in bowl.
That time has come round again. The Farm Shop summer opening times will be Thursday, Friday & Saturday 9am-6pm.
Currently in the shop:
Opal an excellent quality, early season eating plum
Early Rivers naturally small plum with a unique flavour . Makes particularly good jam.
Czar a blue plum good for eating and processing.
We look forward to seeing you all!
Tim & Nicky
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.