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Apples. Anyone Spotted Wild Trees Around S6, S10 And S8 Please

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Hey,

A friend and I are after collecting some apples this Saturday to have a go at making cider. have a few wild trees in mind, but perhaps not enough.

Have any folks seen wild apple trees around, that perhaps are not good enough as eaters but ok for cider?

Preferably S6, S10 or S8 areas please

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some above the fishing pond usually at the bottom of Herries Rd. Not been down there recently. 

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1 hour ago, gene said:

some above the fishing pond usually at the bottom of Herries Rd. Not been down there recently. 

Thanks will have a look

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The Ponderossa has a community orchard.

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9 hours ago, taxman said:

The Ponderossa has a community orchard.

Thanks, may have a look there for windfall apples. Don't want to go and strip a tree bare if it's a community orchard. 

Apparently cider requires 20lbs apples per gallon. 

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33 minutes ago, glitterballs said:

Noticed a few full trees along Deerlands the other day

Thanks. Will have a look

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Plenty in Ecclesfield park.

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Some on Blake street walkley and some on Whitehouse lane near school fence below blind monkey

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On 11 September 2019 at 21:52, Top Cats Hat said:

Can people refer to areas rather than postcodes. 😡

I just can't understand why they refer to postcodes, for over ninety years the areas designated names have been used, then students arrive and change things.

There's an Apple tree growing at the bottom of Myrtle Road, it's full of apples but that's S2 !,  Heeley.

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Archer Road, on the right, approaching the Abbeydale Road junction

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