This panoramic overview of humanity’s relationship with fruit is a must-have for any pomological collection.
My twitter-buddy Barry’s article on the history of Pomonas and their origins in cider and perry production is well worth a read.
A chance glance at a Tweet sparks hours of enjoyable research into old apple varieties and this very long-read piece.
Here’s a recommended Twitter account for anyone interested in pomological artwork.
The recent UK-wide cold-snap will have been really good for our fruit trees – here’s why.
Are your pears unpleasing to Persons of Quality? Professor Bradley has the answer.
The Lindley Library’s celebration of heritage apples is well worth a look.
A review of Marcia Reiss’ social history of the apple, as told from a US-based perspective.
A review of Pete Brown’s new book on the social history and vital importance for the future of English orchards.