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James Evans and Mary Martin have worked with heritage Cornish fruit for the last 40 years. Tamar Valley Cherries documents their work to locate named varieties following the disappearance of the region’s cherry production industry.
The book includes full descriptions of the Cornish cherry varieties they have saved, and a wealth of information about local fruit-growing history, DNA, and compatibility variations within type groups, and full descriptions plus a small list of local pears. This edition complements their earlier Cornish Pomona, and a pear book is in the pipeline.