Something I didn't expect to see in a garden in the Outer Hebrides; russets happily growing:
I spent most summers up to age 19 selling "chips" (baskets of 5 or 6 pounds in fruit weight) of these off our farmshop in the Vale of Evesham. So was gobsmacked to see them growing here.
It turns out that Alastair in The Willows had picked up a few young trees in blossom on the mainland and planted them. The russets look right to me; hopefully the trees will make it through their first Hebridean winter.
Apple and other trees aren't unknown here (hint: look at the name of the house). There used to be one in the garden of the church, and (allegedly) a few over Borve way. One newspaper report from the early 20th century mentions an orchard in Harris, and there are various people in the archipelago giving fruit tree cultivation a go.
So the next step - an orchard. And then ... Berneray cider! :-)