Follaton House

Follaton House

The contact details are for South Hams District Council, the primary occupant of Follaton House.

Transition Town Totnes have planted trees, shrubs, and perennial edibles and created a path leading to a sitting area with a fire pit for picnics within the Follaton Forest Garden.

There is also and Edibles Nursery, near the forest garden site, where they propagate edible plants, especially fruit and nut trees and shrubs, for community gardens in the area.

Scattered widely through the Follaton Arboretum are groves of nut trees planted as a transition initiative since 2007, and a fruit orchard with apple, pear and plum trees, planted in 2012. These groves of young fruit and nut trees stand among a few old and mature nut trees, as well as younger plantings of native trees established by the volunteers of Trees for Health.

Follaton House

The contact details are for South Hams District Council, the primary occupant of Follaton House.

Transition Town Totnes have planted trees, shrubs, and perennial edibles and created a path leading to a sitting area with a fire pit for picnics within the Follaton Forest Garden.

There is also and Edibles Nursery, near the forest garden site, where they propagate edible plants, especially fruit and nut trees and shrubs, for community gardens in the area.

Scattered widely through the Follaton Arboretum are groves of nut trees planted as a transition initiative since 2007, and a fruit orchard with apple, pear and plum trees, planted in 2012. These groves of young fruit and nut trees stand among a few old and mature nut trees, as well as younger plantings of native trees established by the volunteers of Trees for Health.