Loads of information about organic gardening.
Lists 1,000 garden centers, also has list of shows and events, and Latin name converters.
A natural History Museum site which gives you a list of native plants to be found in any UK postal district
Neston, South Wirral.
Reputedly the biggest website in the UK.
Online gardening catalogue plus gardening advice
One of UK's most comprehensive gardening links sites.
If you are interested in plants, or enjoy reading about gardens, then the Cottage Garden Society has much to offer.
Features a great mix of highly respected nurseries including RHS medallists and National Collection Holders in Cheshire, The Wirral, Shropshire, Worcestershire, Staffordshire, South Manchester, North Wales that grow and propagate most of their plants. You will find many rare, unusual and heritage plant varieties. You won't find market traders, factory produced plants and knick knacks at our events. We are justly proud of the great quality and variety of nurseries at our events.
Full of all sorts of gardening information and advice.
Chrysanthemum specialists. Whether you are looking for gardening information or inspiration, you are welcome at the Harold Walker web site.
This is the web site of Paul Barlow, a chrysanthemum enthusiast from Aberdeen. A very useful and informative site for all those interested in growing chrysanthemums, and for visitors to Aberdeen!
Everything you need to know about vegetable gardening including a useful forum and online shop.
Situation in Mawdesley, Lancashire, helping enthusiastic beginners and experienced enthusiasts to grow beautiful blooms and incredible edibles using Hydroponic growing techniques
As a member of a gardening association, club or society, or as an enthusiastic gardener, you can enjoy FREE membership to the Grow2eat community scheme and gain access to hundreds of quality products, special services, good deals and discounts.
A netted brassica/vegetable growing tunnel. It is a NO GO area for pigeons / cabbage white butterfly and caterpillars. Its design gives crops protection from strong winds, whilst allowing rain and sunlight to penetrate with ease. Thus, making it an ideal growing environment for all vegetables.
A comprehensive glossary of gardening terms
very good for looking up terms specific to vegetable growing