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Scott's Orchard has flagship apple at FM2 today

2014-09-06 - FM2/Adair Annex parking lot, 424 Public Square - Photo By Ed Waggener. Jeff Scott of Scott's Orchard, Antioch, KY showed up today with his little red Toyota pickup loaded the signature apple making the orchard famous: The Ed Waggener apple. The amazing tree which bears the ultimate apple grew from the stub of a storm damaged tree and is now bearing perfect apples like a maniac. But, laying on Al Jolson's side - people were buying them, despite the name. - ED WAGGENER. The Farmer's Market on the Square, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY, is open until 1pmCT today.
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