The orchard is the only area of the garden surviving from Victorian times and contains some very mature apple (Malus domestica) and pear trees (Pyrus communis). It is walled on three sides and is only accessible from the western side. There has been a lot of new planting in recent years, young apple, pear, plum (Prunus domestica) and sweet cherry (Prunus avium) trees have been added. Top and soft fruit has been planted and trained in a variety of ways against the walls. Apricots (Prunus armeniaca), peaches (Prunus persica), cherries, plums and gooseberries (Ribes uva-crispa) are planted against the south and west facing walls and blackberries (Rubus fruiticosus) are planted at the north facing end. The trained wall fruit is underplanted with grape hyacinth (Muscari) which flowers throughout the spring.