Standing in the middle of our garden, herewith the left hand side as we enter our garden, near the terracotta square planter back left. Bed 1 with perspex on it to warm the soil a little. Also DB is in the middle of paint some canes with a white tip to indicate where the snowdrops are in the gardens. The trees on the fence are apple. The trees just in front of bed 1 with the yellow crocus are 2 pears:
Following round to the back of the garden, the pond again, a double seat, two chimney planters that have hosta's in them plus the compost bin currently in use.
The last half of the back has compost bin 2 which will be emptied and sieved shortly. Then bin 1 will be moved into it. A cooking apple stands in the flower bed. Branches are kept down by pop socks containing gravel otherwise it grows too tall. Where the dustbin is on the back right, is water butt 4. The other 3 are around the back of the garage. The tree near the sculpture is a trained quince:
A little bit further around to the right hand side of the garden and you see the start of the fruit cage:
Some of the fruit trees are new and as yet, unproductive. Others give what they feel like, sometimes a lot, other years not so much. We are not too worried as they are primarily grown to hide the fences a little. Any fruit is a bonus.
So, in fruit total we have 3 pear trees, 5 eating apples and 1 cooking apple, 2 plum, 1 quince, a loganberry, a blackberry, a blackcurrant, 6 Autumn fruiting raspberries, 2 gooseberries and 2 blueberries. We gave up the strawberries last year as we found them too much of a faff in such a small garden and as I am the only one who really likes them, saw no point in keeping them going.
We gave them to our gardening neighbour R., who no doubt over the summer, will give us some of his fruit anyway.