This is looking at the westward, wild end of the garden. The tree in the foreground is an unknown variety of Crab apple.
In summer the apples start to change from green to a deep red. By autumn the ground is littered with golfball-sized vivid crimson fruit with
quite dry, powdery flesh.
We want to plant lots of different apple varieties against the warmth of the brick walls around the garden. As we have two good Crab apples, we have pollinators in situ already.