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Discussion in 'Plants: In the News' started by Margot, Nov 28, 2019.
From Atlas Obscura, the last wild apple forests . . .
The Last Wild Apple Forests
The photo with the nice, red apples clearly shows a very unnatural grove of identical commercial grade apples planted in rows. It seems to be irrelevant to an article about wild apples.
Vitog - you obviously have a much more discerning eye than mine if this is the photo you are referring to??? For my part, I do not see rows. In any case, the thrust of the article is independent of the photos chosen to illustrate it.
Vitog is talking about "The photo with the nice, red apples"