Site dedicated to the importance of conserving Britain's moths and butterflies
The Eden Project is a millennium project based in Cornwall, England. Two giant conservatories are being constructed to nurture plants from the steamy rainforests and from the warm temperate regions of the world. These covered biomes will create a majestic backdrop to the ‘roofless’ biome, home to the plants of the temperate regions, from Britain to Chile and beyond.
English Heritage's huge site. Excellent section for the National Monuments Record plus news of events, tours and workshops.
The garden and landscape guide. Photos and maps for public gardens in the UK and abroad.
This internet guide features beautiful gardens in the British Isles and places to stay nearby. Recommended by South West Tourism and so simple to use
A place where victims of theft can list stolen items. Search to see if an item you are offered has been stolen.
The National Trust
An independent public body whose purpose is to protect and improve England’s natural environment and encourage people to enjoy and get involved in their surroundings
The Outdoor Living Blog. Our mission is to inspire our readers to create amazing outdoor living spaces. We focus on garden design and product information.
Gardening information and shopping price comparison comparing over 100000 garden supplies prices.
Plantlife International - The Wild Plant Conservation Charity, acting directly to stop wild plants becoming rare and rescuing plants on the brink of extinction.
Plumbs provide loose covers and reupholstery services, including the reupholstery of conservatory furniture.
The British Red Cross Open Gardens programme offers the rare opportunity to explore the secrets of hidden and private gardens throughout the UK. Your help could directly help the British Red Cross raise more money for people in crisis, both in the UK and overseas.
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
Find all the companies and services you require in the webs most focused Landscaping and Gardening Directory.
Flower & Plants Association consumer site