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Unlike modern cultivars, the Crab Apple is a thorn bearing tree (Pennick, page 52).Crab Apple trees are cultivated in orchards, but also can grow wild in hedgerows and near the fringe of woods. The leaves are heart shaped, glossy and a medium green shade (Paterson, page 107; Hopman, page 87).Apple blossoms are a favourite of bees, who thrive on the nectar.These bees and other insects help pollinate the apple trees (Paterson, page 115).Core the apple head and place it on a dowel or stick, letting it dry for three to four weeks.

In folk tradition, he is described as barefoot, wearing clothing made from sacks, with a tin pot for a hat, which he also cooked in.To make one, you peel a large apple, leaving a little skin at the top and bottom to encourage the apple to dry in a rounded head shape.Carve shallow features, such as eyes, wide apart, for the head will shrink as it dries.Johnny Appleseed John Chapman (born in Leominster, Massachusetts on September 26, 1774; and died in Fort Wayne, Indiana, at aged 70, on March 18, 1845), also known as ‘Johnny Appleseed’, planted a popular American variety, the Jonothan Apple, across the American wilderness in the late 1700s and early 1800s.His apple orchards in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky still exist, and some of the original trees he planted over two hundred years ago, still bear fruit (Gifford, page 94).Now, there are estimated to be over 2,000 varieties.

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