The Jubilee Orchard

Welcome to The Jubilee Orchard. The orchard is a community facility maintained by The Parish Council, created in 2012 to celebrate the diamond jubilee of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. Feel free to visit the orchard, enjoy the pleasant surroundings and sample the produce! Whilst all of the produce is free to all to enjoy we do ask everyone to be respectful of others and the trees and plants.

Located at the corner of Knowles Hill and Beacon Road – Jubilee Orchard Location

Things to do Nov2019

Jubilee Orchard maps and key:

MAP Jubilee Orchard Nov 2019

Jubilee Orchard Beds- Plant List (excluding trees). March2020

TREES Jubilee Orchard Spring 2019

Fruit tree information with questions:

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Jubilee Orchard Tree identification with points and answers jan18

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Fruit trees in Jubilee Orchard:

Apple -Braeburn

Apple – Cox’s Orange Pippin

Apple – Bramley (cooking apple)

Cherry – Sunburst

Pear- Conference

Plum – Victoria

Herbs in Jubilee Orchard:

Chive Plant

Fennel Plant

Feverfew Plant

Garlic Plant

Lavender Plant

Marjoram Plant

Mint Plant

Oregano Plant

Parsley Plant

Rosemary Plant

Sage Plant

Sorrel Plant

Thyme Plant

Fruit bushes in Jubilee Orchard:

Blackberry

Blackcurrants

Blueberry

Gooseberry

Jostaberry

Raspberry

Redcurrants

Strawberry

Other edible produce in Jubilee Orchard:

Chard

Cress

Rhubarb

Spinach

Tomatoes

Non-edible produce in Jubilee Orchard:

Arum Lily

Comfrey

Foxgloves

Great Mullein

Horsetails

Passion Flower

Poppies