Bloom'In St Thomas

We are a group of volunteers based in St Thomas, Exeter. We work together on various projects in our community, to enhance our local green spaces. Our aim is to encourage people to get out and about, be more active, and learn more about the horticultural heritage of our area. 

Hand drawn picture of some wild flowers
Wildflower meadows

We plant wildflower meadows in locations around St Thomas, adding a summer splash of colour to our streets and green spaces.

hand drawn picture of a carrot and tomato
Incredible Edibles

We’re growing amazing fruit, vegetables and herbs all around St Thomas. We want to encourage people to ‘grow their own’, as homegrown food is healthy, fun, tasty and often has a lower carbon footprint than supermarket food. This also helps to promote biodiversity in our environment and benefits local wildlife.

Hand drawn sketch of lucombe oak leaf
Tree Trail

Join us on our tree trail, to learn more about the facinating trees growing in our part of the city. Find out more about the rich arboricultural heritage of St Thomas. 


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St Thomas

St Thomas is a Civil Parish on the west bank of the river Exe in Exeter, Devon. It has a population of around six and a half thousand people, and covers around 15 square kilometers.

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RT @ExeterCouncil:A large Lawson Cypress tree in Pinces Gardens, St Thomas, has had to be felled after it became a high risk to publi… 
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RT @ExeterTrees:So sad. Cowick Barton and pinces gardens have taken such heavy tolls recently. A mature cypress and birch felled an… 
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Other young fruit trees also been subject to vandalism with branches being damaged by knives. 
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@wilko1999 @LeeMadgwick @M_Z_Harrison What’s with this current trend to officially ‘vandalise’ trees? I don’t understand it 🙁