We've planted orchards around the city to help increase wildlife and connect people with growing food in their local area. Communities and schools have been getting involved and we now have orchards in the following areas:

  • Aylesbury Crescent (apple, plum and walnut trees)
  • Blockhouse Park (apple, plum and pear trees)
  • Efford Valley (apple, plum and pear trees)
  • Ham Woods (apple, medlar, mulberry, green gage quince, plum, damson, cherry, fig and walnut trees)
  • Lakeside Drive (apple, pear, cherry and peach trees)
  • Radford Woods (apple, plum, pear and cherry trees)
  • Saltram Country Park (apple, plum and pear trees)
  • Southway Valley (apple trees)
  • Stonehouse Creek (apple trees)
  • Victoria Road School (apple trees)
  • Mount Street School (apple trees)
  • Oakwood School (apple trees)
  • City College (apple trees)

Plymouth Community Homes have also been getting involved by planting orchards on their sites:

  • Seagrave Road Flats (mulberry trees)
  • Abbotsbury Way/Cleeve Gardens (apple and plum trees)
  • Abbotsbury Way/Lowerside (apple and plum trees)