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The Association of Garden Trusts
National organisation representing garden trusts. Activities, articles and archive of newsletters.
Garden History Society
Society promoting the study of the history of gardening and the conservation of historic gardens. Publications, research, archives and book reviews.
Historic Gardens Foundation
Charity set up to link everyone concerned with the preservation, restoration and management of historic parks and gardens. Includes an archive of magazine articles.
Joseph Dalton Hooker
A leading nineteenth century botanist, plant collector, close friend of Charles Darwin and director of Kew Gardens.
London Parks Discovery Project
Educational resource for teachers and children, from the London Parks and Gardens Trust. Covers the boroughs of Enfield, Greenwich, Newham, and Wandsworth only.
Museum of Garden History
The recreation of a historic knot garden and the history of British gardens and plants are included as is a virtual visit to several exhibits at the museum.
The Pulham Legacy
James Pulham and Son were eminent landscape gardeners of the 19th and early 20th centuries, remembered for the spectacular rock gardens they created in many country estates and RHS Wisley.
Sisley Garden Tours
An alphabetical directory of many gardening personalities down the ages.
Upton Grey Garden
The famous fully-restored 1908 Gertrude Jekyll garden in Upton Grey, Hampshire.
Walled Kitchen Gardens Network.
Association celebrating walled kitchen gardens. Background, advice, pictures, events and register of gardens.
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