This apple is from my dwarf apple tree. The tree is about eight years old and is around 4 feet tall. It usually has around 20 - 25 apples. I think the variety was Discovery, its an early apple and they are ready now, very crisp eaten straight from the tree.
I have a patch of autumn raspberries all of which come from one plant that I bought from a fruit farm when the children were small. I think it cost me £1 so I've had my money back many times over. Autumn raspberries are very easy to look after as they fruit on the current seasons growth. I cut the canes down to almost ground level in February and then do nothing else but wait. A tip I read a few years ago was that if some of the canes are not cut back completely, but just have their height reduced by half, then they will fruit earlier in the year. I usually do this leaving about a quarter of the canes longer and so extending the season although I only have the one variety.
I have lots of these wild or alpine strawberries. I'm not sure where these came from but they have spread throughout the garden and are a nice snack when I'm gardening.