Fruit Orchards

Fruit Orchards

Fruit Orchards

Fruit Orchards

Fruit Orchards

Fruit Orchards

Fruit Orchards

Fruit Orchards

Fruit Orchards

In the orchard

Circa 1915

Mr. Turner, Bert Gimblett, Jack Beaumont, Jack Salt & dogs in the orchard - 1914 - 1915

Area: South East / Heathcote

Reference ID: CCL-Gimblett-0049

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Picking apricots in the Horotane Valley

1950s

Gordon Ogilvie (Canterbury Author and Historian) picking apricots with his sister's Helen and Ruth on his parents Max and Margaret's orchard in Horotane valley.

Area: South East / Heathcote

Source: Anne Ogilvie in the 2018 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt

Reference ID: PH18-AnOg-03

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Family and pickers with boxes of apricots

1962

Max Ogilvie aboard his veteran Caterpillar tractor as family and pickers pose alongside the last load of apricots to be sledged to the packing shed in the Horotane valley. In amongst the crates, is baby Anne Oglivie.

Area: South East / Heathcote

Source: Anne Ogilvie in the 2018 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt

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Plum harvest 2017

2017

Plum picking at the 2017 Plum Harvest at Kaputone Community Orchard.

Area: North / Marshland

Source: Kete Christchurch

Reference ID: CCL-Kete-38278

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Everything was done by hand & meant lots of carrying to the packing shed.

Everything was done by hand & meant lots of carrying to the packing shed. All the hillside was hand-dug & irrigated by a windmill in the paddock land in paddock land opposite the orchard on the hillside

Area: South East / Heathcote

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Grafted Heritage Fruit Varieties

2016

At Kaputone Community Orchard. Volunteers planting more heritage fruit trees (mainly apples) at the orchard.  Many of the apples have wonderful names such as Broxwood Foxwhelp, (a cider apple), Worcester Pearmain, Belle de Booskoop.

Area: North / Marshland

Source: Kete Christchurch

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Mr James Turner “Ha-Ha” with 2 lads one Jack Salt coming down the narrow track with their baskets of apricots at Hillwood when I was 17 years old

Area: South East / Heathcote

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The Stanley Homestead, Broadway Orchard, Harewood

1889

The home of John & Mary Stanley at Broadway Orchard in Harewood (later renamed Shenley Orchard). They arrived on the ship Randolph to Canterbury and settled in Harewood. Pictured are: Edith Stanley (left), John Stanley (seated), Martha & Rose Stanley & grandson William Henry Stanley.

Area: North West / Harewood

Source: Kathryn Clarke

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Ice on peach trees

13 August 1988

Ice on the peach trees at the Sawyers Arms Road orchard of Peter Sisson.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: North West / Harewood

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

Reference ID: CCL-StarP-02896A

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