December 31, 2011
This unknown apple tree variety somebody have planted before World War II and since then it bears beautiful fruits. This means it's at least 70 years old - or even might be older. Nobody remembers people who possibly have got this great idea to plant it.
You see... People are gone, but apple tree is still feeding us...
No pesticides ever! were applied on this apple tree.
Apples can be picked in October or November, store well untill February.
What's interesting they don't rot the way we are used to - if the apple is gone, entire fruit turns dark brown.
When picked in November the color is green, then slowly turns yellow - like on the photo.
Maybe you can recognise the variety?
Etykiety: Vegetable/Fruits Garden