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Apple Day at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

This year's long, sunny days with no late frosts means that 2018 is a bumper year for apples! Taste and try over 30 different varieties of apple at the region's biggest Apple Day at Cambridge University Botanic Garden on Sunday 21 October.
When Oct 21, 2018
from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Where Cambridge University Botanic Garden
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Highlights of the day will include:

  • Apple tasting: 'try before you buy'
  • Apple identification: bring your own garden apples to be identified
  • Apple cultivation: expert advice on what to grow, how to plant and prune for a bumper crop
  • Apple activities: a variety of activities in the Schools' Garden, as well as short drop-in talks on how to plant and train apple trees
  • Apple edibles: locally produced, delicious edibles to purchase on the Garden's Main Lawn Marquee

Other activities:

  • Free, seasonal highlight tours of the Garden
  • Live music
  • Apple fayre and toffee apples from the Garden Café
  • Pop-up food trucks

 

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