The Black Barn Farm Shop is a collection of practical, beautiful and edible items that reflect what we use (tools), what we’ve grown (heritage fruit trees + berries + other edible  must haves) and what we’ve created (book + seeds).

Our life is seasonal, tasty and intentionally simple and our shop is about sharing  the fruits of our labour – so-to-speak- so you can take a little bit of the good life into your life.

Baldwin - bare rooted

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Whats not to love about this classic New England (USA) apple. A medium sized fruit with a deep maroon colour. The flesh is sweet, crisp and fruity, juicy, rich in sugars, sprightly and aromatic. It's a good keeper. Originating about 1740 on a farm near Wilmington, Massachusetts, it was first known as the `Woodpecker` apple because the tree was frequented by that cheeky bird. Highly esteemed in North America after being propagated by Col. Baldwin. Good for eating, drying, and pie making.

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