That's what the county of Kent - it is a county, isn't it (please correct me if I'm wrong) - is called. I guess you could consider it being Britain's equivalent to the Loire Valley in France, the latter being commonly referred to as 'Le Jardin de France'!
During my drive through the countryside with Mats I noticed some nice orchards and "pick-your-own" strawberry fields (no Beatles in sight!), but the most intriguing 'fruits' I saw were these in Charing:
.. and these
Sue quickly figured out what the first were. The second remain a mystery, though. They look like capers, but are way to big for that. The second option is figs. But I can't imagine figs growing in the English climat. So what are these two veggies/fruits according to you?
To be honest, I know what the first ones are called in French, but at loss when it comes to the English name. I could look it up, of course, but it's so much easier to ask you. Especially as I spend most of my working hours browsing through dictionaries.
The second 'fruit' is a complete mystery, though ...