REETH COMMUNITY ORCHARD
Featured area: The Woodland Border
Probably seen at its best in the spring, the Woodland Border contains some of our native wild flowers, with swathes of snowdrops and daffodils swiftly followed by bluebells, primroses, honesty, delicate yellow poppies and flowering currant.
In the summer of 2014 a sculpture commemorating the Grand Depart of the Tour de France was added to the border.
Pulmonaria in the attractive red and blue flowered strain original to the Orchard, and the rarer Sissinghurst White.
Fritillaria alba and meleagris (snake’s head fritillary)
Dicentra spectabilis alba
|Wild Flower Area|
|Spring in the Orchard|