One in Five Kids Don't Know That Apples Grow On Trees

A fifth of British children have no idea that apples grow on trees, a study has found.

Researchers polling 1,000 kids aged six to 12 found many are clueless about where their fruit really comes from.

So much so, half of kids don't know that blackcurrants grow on bushes and a further six in 10 were unaware grapes sprout on vines.

Eight in 10 kids even believe bananas grow on trees rather than on plants.

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