On Saturday we planted a new orchard at Mandeville Place, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London to celebrate the achievements of the Paralympics 2012.
Learn how to graft apple trees using the traditional 'whip and tongue' method. Lewis McNeill will lead this workshop which will cover the history and science of grafting, with plenty…
Castlehaven Community Association have planted the very first Helping Britain Blossom orchard in London’s Camden Town.
Join us for our annual Wassail, an ancient tradition to awaken apple trees and ensure a plentiful harvest. Awaken your sense of fun with spiced cider, hot food and live…
In December we planted our second largest orchard in Alexandra Palace Park, read more about this exciting new orchard over at Horticulture Week.
The trees are dormant and the people are lively. At the weekend we planted pears and apples in three Islintgon Play Association adventure playgrounds with local kids.
The Orchard Project has worked in partnership with Bethlem Royal Hospital in south London for several years to restore the traditional orchard within the hospital grounds.
On National Apple Day, together with HEINEKEN and The Bulmer Foundation, we officially launched the new community orchard programme, Helping Britain Blossom.
We are excited and honored to be planting a significant orchard in Mandeville Place to celebrate the achievements of our athletes in the Paralympic Games 2012.