realenglishfruit

Top fruit tree growing advice and information from Real English Fruit

About us

Dan Neuteboom

Dan Neuteboom

Dan Neuteboom has been involved in top fruit for his entire career, from the age of 24 until his retirement. Though he was born in the Netherlands, he spent his entire working life in the UK, championing the cause of English home-grown fruit.

Years of experience have put him and his team into a prime position for everything involved with the planning, planting and maintenance of fruit trees.

His desire to put his knowledge to the benefit of trees and tree-owners led to the creation of the Real English Fruit consultancy service. This has developed as a result of public demand, and it now offers a wide range of services. This blog is the latest addition to the Real English Fruit project.

2 responses to “About us

  1. John Atkinson May 31, 2011 at 3:06 pm

    Dear Dan, I own land in the Lot et Garrone, France, we are building at the moment and in autumn will need to landscape with trees/fruit trees and mature hedging, then we wish to create a business offering container grown shrubs and trees ie, Magnolias & Acers. It is our intention to act as wholesaler, buying in our stock from either Holland or ?,
    In this I would appreciate your advice or recommendations. Also do you supply to France ?
    yours J. A.

  2. Mrs Tranfield September 14, 2014 at 4:46 pm

    Dan,
    I have just read your blog about “Suntan” and I have to agree with you that it the best tasting apple ever: crisp, juicy and sweet with a touch of clean sharpness. For some years my late husband and I would travel to an Crapes Orchard at Marks Tey, Essex, to collect two boxes. They were stored in my Hertfordshire garden shed and enjoyed over Christmas and well into the New Year. I have never seen this variety sold in any supermarket or shop. Sadly, I only have a small garden so I am unable to grow it for myself. However, for anyone who has space this is a wonderful apple worthy of all discerning apple lovers. Long may it survive!

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