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Kent has a long association with the cultivation of apples. In fact the county's reputation as the Garden of England originates from its heritage of growing apples and other fruits intended for London's tables. Learn more about which variety of apple is in season and other apple facts by reading this leaflet.
Pears come in various shapes and sizes. Some long and elongated, others are short and round. A pear tree normally takes 5-7 years to bear its first fruits, but do you know how many varieties of pears there are in Kent and when they are in season? To learn more, click on this leaflet.
Strawberries and cream are a dessert of choice over the summer months and if you were to feast on them during the Wimbledon lawn tennis Championships, you would more than likely be eating Kent strawberries. How many varieties are there in Kent and why are they good for you? To learn more, click on this leaflet.
Some of the chemicals found in this fruit are thought to fight the harmful effects of molecules that damage cells, which can lead to heart disease and cancer. Tomatoes are low in calories, as low as 14 per 100g and have no cholesterol. To learn more about tomatoes read this leaflet.
This activity sheet has already been used in primary schools to assist in educating youngsters in understanding how apples grow, why they're good for you, what they look like, what they taste like and how to make a simple recipe. If you would like guidance in promoting the apple, please use our literature