Burwell, Cambridgeshire: Priory wood Apple trees

Priory Wood contains neatly 50 apple trees (maybe more - the more I look, the more I find!). Some of these are very good eating apples. Others are indifferent. Very few are inedible. This page lists their features.

In 2017 I made cider vinegar with some apples from Reach Road. This was so good that in 2017 I combined their juice with that from some of these trees and made some very tasty cider.

The wood is in two parts so (for my convenience) I have divided the list into two parts: Upper (near the village) and Lower (near Burwell Lode).

The page and map are under construction, so the map is not yet finalised. If you want a copy please contact me.

Lower Wood

No Flower start Flower end Fruit Taste Size Comment
1
2 v. good
3 13/04/2019
4 Late Indifferent Very late fruiter
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22
23 v. good Large
24 Indifferent
25 Indifferent
26
27
28
29
30
31
33
33
34

Upper Wood

No Flower start Flower end Fruit Taste Size Comment
1
2
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12

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