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Tamar Valley Cherries

 

A new book about cherries is now available for order. It is called Tamar Valley Cherries

James Evans and Mary Martin have, for many years, been the driving force behind fruit conservation in Cornwall. They have saved and collating most of what we have and know about Cornish fruit. Their work to rescue and identify the Tamar Valley Cherries following the disappearance of the region’s cherry production industry, is presented in this book.

The book includes a wealth of information about local fruit-growing history, DNA, compatibility, variations within type groups, and full descriptions plus a small list of local pears.

To order your copy, please send a PayPal payment of £12 (£10 + £2 P&P) to jame77@phonecoop.coop

 

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