History of an apple tree

In November 2013, daughter Sally Hutt gave Jock an apple tree for his 80th birthday. As we can’t plant trees at our rented home, the gift was planted in their Northumberland garden.

Jock's apple tree

Jock’s apple tree 

The year passed, and one delicious apple ripened on that tree, Jock's first apple in situ which was duly wrapped in copious layers of tissue, posted, and arrived in France for Jock’s next birthday feast.

Jock's joy
Today Sally posted this photograph, so it looks as though there might be fruit this year.

Restless Jo is following a challenge, 5 days, 5 photos, 5 stories  and invited me to join in.  This is my response.

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7 Responses to History of an apple tree

  1. What a wonderful gift!!

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  2. Candy says:

    Wonderful story in pictures!

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  3. thehutts says:

    One day we will build the shed that this will shield and be able to plant it out where it should be! Sally

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  4. Misky says:

    I will keep my fingers crossed for bees to visit! >

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  5. tialys says:

    What a great idea!


  6. Sue says:

    OH, what fun!

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  7. restlessjo says:

    Fabulous! Thank you so much 🙂 🙂 I’m grinning from ear to ear (even though it’s raining)

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