Would you like to adopt or sponsor a fruit tree or give it as a gift for birthdays, Christmas etc, or as a memorial for a family member or loved one in our Community Orchard in St Ives, Cornwall?
Adopting a tree is a fun and easy way to help the environment and makes a unique and long-lasting gift.
You will have the opportunity to give a certificate as a gift to somebody or come plant a new fruit tree or we can plant it for you or you can adopt an existing tree. Planting times are between Nov & Feb.
When you adopt a tree or receive one as a gift:
- You will receive a Tree adoption certificate which will be personalised with a photo of the tree, an optional special message & the GPS coordinates of the tree.
- We will write your name on the stake that supports the tree.
- Your tree will also appear on our online map with your name on it as well as photos of the tree & it's GPS coordinates.
- You can come and visit & care for your tree whenever you like as well as picking some of its fruit.
This is your chance to contribute to this amazing community project and leave a lasting legacy for St Ives.
Cost for a fruit tree in the orchard is £50. Alternatively, if you volunteer 20 x at the orchard, you can get the same deal.
Enter your details if you'd like to adopt a tree
Click here to have a look at the online tree map where your tree will appear. If you click on the marker of your tree there will be a picture of your tree with your name in the description.
Trees adopted already:
- Cornish Pine Apple adopted by Melanie Frankell. www.stivesorchard.co.uk/cornish-pine-apple
- Kea Plum adopted by Christine & Derek Hosking. www.stivesorchard.co.uk/kea-plum
- Apple Egremont Russet adopted by Jane Bassett. www.stivesorchard.co.uk/apple-egremont-russet
- Apple Chiver's Delight adopted by Phoebe Bassett www.stivesorchard.co.uk/apple-chivers-delight
- 2 mystery trees by Mark & Jenny von Senger www.stivesorchard.co.uk/mj/
- Conference Pear by John Tagholm www.stivesorchard.co.uk/quincepear
Volunteers who work more than 20 sessions at the orchard qualify for their own tree, so the following people qualify.
- Ashmead's Kernal adopted by Tara Langley www.stivesorchard.co.uk/ashmeads-kernal
- Slack ma Girdle adopted by Senara Hodges www.stivesorchard.co.uk/slack-ma-girdle
- Damson Merryweather Plum tree adopted by Zane Langley www.stivesorchard.co.uk/damson-merryweather
- Sunset Apple tree adopted by Duwayne Langley www.stivesorchard.co.uk/sunset
- Court Pendu Plat adopted by Elise Langley www.stivesorchard.co.uk/courtpenduplat
- Apple Cox's Orange Pippen by Melanie Frankell
- Others that have qualified for their own tree but still need to choose: Noah Hall, Angela Challacombe, Laurence Eastwood, Mattie Pochee