Fruit Trees for
Worcestershire County Council supports the Worcestershire
Orchards Initiative. This initiative aims to record the
presence of orchards across the county and develop ways of
protecting and conserving them for the future.
Worcestershire was once renowned for it orchards and fruit
growing, much of which has sadly declined. In an attempt to keep
local varieties going the County Council runs a scheme offering
local variety fruit trees for sale.
Fruit trees for Worcestershire 2012/2013 leaflet
The leaflet for this year's scheme is now available, we have 9
varieties available including 5 apples, 2 pears and 2 plums, all
locally distinctive to Worcestershire. Trees can be collected from
the 26th November 2012 until the 15th March 2013 from Walcot
For more information contact the Community Greenspace Team on
01905 76 6155 or to request a paper copy of the leaflet contact the
Worcestershire Hub on 01905 76 6493 or download a copy of the
Fruit Trees of
Worcestershire leaflet (218 KB)
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