Good apples: Nova Scotia harvest time

Apple herb jellies from Tangled Garden, Wolfville

Apple herb jellies from Tangled Garden, Wolfville Credit: Ann Britton Campbell

The crunch of a crisp apple. The sweet aroma of warm apple pie. The tastebud-tickling goodness of fresh-pressed apple cider.  Ever since French settlers first planted apple trees some 400 years ago in what is now Nova Scotia, the fall harvest has inspired apple lovers to bite into, bake, puree, preserve, ferment and otherwise relish this versatile fruit. To discover Nova Scotia’s apple-loving locales…

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