There is a bearing apple tree in Connecticut, alive and flourishing, at the advanced age of two hundred and fourteen years. It is of the English Pairmain variety, and was import ted in Ifi38, by Governor George Wylley, and bore good fruit this season, on the " Charter Oak Place,', now owned by Hon.T. W. Stuart, Hartford. Some of the fruit of this venerable tree was presented to the Connecticut Horticultural Society in October last.
This article was originally published with the title "Old Apple Tree"