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.

Lodi - bare rooted

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The very first apple to ripen for the season, be eating fresh in January from your backyard whilst your friends are still suffering with last seasons old floury apples from the supermarket.

A delightful apple with a thin, light green skin and pale cream flesh. Medium to large in size. It was propagated in 1911 in New York State, being a cross between the Montgomery and White Transparent. First introduced into Australia in 1924. Lovely to eat fresh with a tart crunchy spritz or can be used in cooking for apple pies and apple sauce, producing a very white, juicy and sweet apple puree. A delight of a tree, a super strong grower and black spot disease resistant to boot.

Eat your picked Lodi's quickly though as like all early season apple, they don't store well.

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