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There are approximately 260 orchards on the the island of Ireland that are commercially trading. Historical records date apple growing as early as the 12th – century in Co. Armagh N.Ireland. In the late 19th-century the Bramely seedling was introduced. It was discovered by accident in Englandin 1876 and soon won the acclaim as the best culinary apple, remaining so to this day. Armagh, Tyrone, Dublin, Tipperary,Meath, Waterford and Kilkenny are the main counties for apple production. Trees are in full bloom in July and the best time to go picking is mid- September.
Colour: Pale grey, Kelly green, slate grey and white
Made from 100% Cotton
Printed using a reactive print process to give super vibrant colours that last.
Size: 72cmsx 46cms
Packaged with a complimentary postcard detailing the history of the Orchards Of Ireland