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Davidward

Located with a distant view of the River Deben in Suffolk and open to meadows. I am trying to merge the garden with the wild indigenous plants.

Malus domestica 'Bramley's Seedling'

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Davidward

Brambly blossom looking gorgeous this evening🤩

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Davidward

#gyo Bramley’s looking lovely this year🤩

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midnightgardener

It certainly does. What a beauty ♥️♥️

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Davidward

#buds I love buds..... the anticipation!

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  • Season Icon Early AutumnEarly Autumn 2020
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Davidward

Bramley’s so much more red than last year!

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mehul22

Wow!

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Davidward

@dirtgirlworld thanks Maggie..... hope things are ok with you

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njquantock

@Davidward yummy 😋

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midnightgardener

They look wonderful ♥️♥️♥️♥️

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Davidward

Rainy day in Suffolk🤩

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churchfarmgarden

Think of those apple pies though David @Davidward 🍏

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midnightgardener

Apple pie 😋♥️♥️💚

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brightcolours

#bestofjuly

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Davidward

Brambly looking lovely this year..... even on a very dull day!

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Davidward

Bramley flowers looking particularly gorgeous this year..... hope they taste as good as they look!

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Davidward

Second year since planted and covered in bloom. Somebody suggested the blooms should be removed to strengthen such a young tree...... seems a bit harsh! Any advice appreciated.

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richard.spicer.7906

Nice buds on the blossom. Not too familiar with growing apples but I can see the logic in the advice, as the branches will be quite thin and if too much blossom results in too many apples then it would just be too heavy for the branch to support it and it would snap or break. Maybe that’s it 🤔

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Davidward

@richard.spicer.7906 thanks for you advice Rich

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  • Season Icon Late SpringLate Spring 2018
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Davidward

First summer for the Bramley and looking good for a pie or two!

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gauravsh6

So how you protecting them from birds

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