I have my favourites. There are quite a few. But one that is forever jostling, elbows akimbo, to reach the front of the queue is the crab apple. Undoubtedly I have mentioned it before. There is no question that I will feature it again. All hail to Malus sylvestris, Champion of Trees!
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Another GPAP – Orangish
If there was a Desert Island Discs for trees (unlikely) and I was ever invited to be a guest on the programme (the odds are lengthening now) the crab apple would definitely be one of my chosen. Unbeatable blossom, fruit that is both beautiful and delicious (with a little culinary assistance), fine autumn colour and friendContinue reading “Another GPAP – Orangish”
Today I am going to sing the praises of the humble crab apple, Malus sylvestris. To me it is the tree that has everything so brace yourselves folks, my sales pitch is extensive and may involve a PowerPoint presentation with laser pointer. Firstly there is the long-lasting and stunning blossom which heralds the spring andContinue reading “Golden Hornet”