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Somerset is still famous for its apple orchards, apple cider and apple wines.
The tree seldom grows larger than twenty-ﬁve feet high.
Apple blossoms are a favourite of bees, who thrive on the nectar.
Current apple cider varieties now produced in Somerset are classiﬁed into different groups: sharp apples have high acidity and low tannins, whereas bittersweet varieties have low acidity and are higher in tannin.• Sharp: the Frederick apple• Bitter-Sharp: the Kingston Black and Stroke Red apples• Bittersweet: the Yarlington Mill, Dabinet and Hangdown apples• Sweet: the Court Royal and Sweet Coppin apples In Glastonbury, cider apples trees have been planted in the Wellhouse Lane Orchard at Glastonbury Tor by the National Trust and Glastonbury Conservative Society.
History Man’s relation to apple trees dates back to prehistoric times.