Native Welsh Apples

It’s almost apple season 🍏🍎

This young Pig Aderyn, Welsh for bird’s beak has fruited fantastically this year 🍎 This is an apple originally from Llandudoch and as old as the Norman era! All have been grown as original cuttings from the abbey in Llandudoch and are now cultivated throughout Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 It’s a great apple that has so many different uses! If harvested now,, it creates a cider with an intense and sweet taste, if left and harvested in September, it is very good for cooking but if left until mid-October to fully ripen, it is an excellent eating apple that will store for up to 5 months!

Plant native Welsh apples – they’re simply the best!