Fourayes Farm is located high on the North Downs in Kent the ‘Garden of England’ and one of the UK’s largest fruit-growing regions.
The Fourayes factory is surrounded by approximately 100 acres (32 hectares) of English Bramley apple orchards.
The oldest current Bramley apple orchard was planted in 1984 and we have three types of rootstock – most trees are on M9 or M26 although we do have a small area of M27. We also use several different varieties of apple tree for pollination.
Our orchards are high up on the North Downs at 450 feet above sea level. Bramley apples respond well to being grown at this height and we prune the trees a little lighter in order to keep a Bramley apple size range between 70mm and 105mm in diameter.