Definitely an interesting exhibition, and hopefully winter apples can be tasted too.
November 30 to December 11, open every day 10-17
In the Botanical Gardens of the University of Tartu (Lai 38)
Ticket 3 euros, students and pensioners 2 euros, schoolchildren 1 euro, family ticket 6 euros
What is the difference between wild apple trees and garden apple trees? What is studied in pomology? Why cannot apple orchards be set up in the tropics?
The exhibition presents the world of apples and 21 varieties of winter apples that have been bred in Estonia can be seen. The visitor can also learn which country in the world produces the most apples, when did apple-growing reach Estonia and how many recognized apple varieties there are in Estonia.