Her flower painting are assured,delicate, precise and immaculate, with glowing colour tones.
Dr Shirley Sherwood, Author and Collector of Botanical Art
One of the best observers of fruit at the present day.
Dr Brent Elliot RHS Librarian and Archivist
This is the area in which she excels and achieves artistic brilliance and pomological accuracy with such felicitous results
Dr Joan Morgan, Chairman of the RHS Fruit Trials Committee

Apple "St Edmunds Pippin" - Malus domestica

Apples are the most important commercial fruit, with many hundreds of named varieties. St. Edmund's Pippin is a pretty little dessert cultivar raised in England around 1870. Russet, gold and orange with a soft sheen, it has a rich aromatic flavour when eaten fully ripe. The blossom is tinged with pink and of a neat habit. This cluster of fruit came from the National Collection at Brogdale.