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The Apple Orchard: The Story of Our Most English Fruit An Orchard Is Not A Field It S Not A Forest Or A Copse It Couldn T Occur Naturally It S Definitely Cultivated But An Orchard Doesn T Override The Natural Order It Enhances It, Dresses It Up It Demonstrates That Man And Nature Together Can Just Occasionally Create Something Beautiful And Literally Fruitful Than Either Could Alone The Vivid Brightness Of The Laden Trees, Studded With Jewels, Stirs Some Deep Race Memory And Makes The Heart Leap Here Is Bounty, And Excitement

About the Author: Pete Brown

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8 thoughts on “The Apple Orchard: The Story of Our Most English Fruit

  1. says:

    I am spending time to write about this book because it has so annoyed me wasting my time and destroyed my faith in Penguin Books.The poor apple in is overshadowed by the megalomania of the author You hardly read anything of worth in the first 3 chapters but a lot about how the author managed to cross a dual carriage and at exactly what

  2. says:

    It may not be for everyone, I gave it to my mum to read and she couldn t get into it as it was all about apples Apparently, there s a certain amount of NerdAlert needed to read this.The book is sorted into sections titled Blossoming, Fruiting, Ripening, Harvesting, Celebrating, Transforming, and Slumbering These are all pretty self explanatory

  3. says:

    I have just finished reading this excellent book on apples What initially seems like a relatively simple and one dimensional subject quickly turns into a fascinating and absorbing tale of the origins, history and cultivation of apples Pete Brown writes in an engaging style, which makes the book easy and enjoyable to read even though there is a lot of

  4. says:

    Excellent read There were a dozen or so points in the book where I felt a real connection with the author, an exact understanding of where he was coming from A few really funny parts, very cleverly written And overall, the idea of the essential circularity of life is sympathetically argued Maybe that s why apples are shaped like that And for gawd s sake, plea

  5. says:

    Wonderful booklocal library could not find it Thank you .I heard this on Radio 4 and it reduced me to tears in parts.Valuable tips on grafting, and a description of a fire back I found on a market in France.

  6. says:

    I wish there were a few illustrations of apples or orchards The print is lovely and clear and big enough so you don t have to strain your eyes to read it A bit technical than I expected but a very interesting book First heard of it via Book at Bedtime on the BBC.

  7. says:

    What a beautiful book I first came across it when I heard it being read by the author on Radio 4 I immediately bought this as a present for my husband, who is delighted with it I shall enjoy reading it too It was promptly delivered and was well packaged.

  8. says:

    Perfect gift for an Apple growing family.

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