Flora & Garden Websites Directory
The Royal Horticultural Society
A Gardening website - The website of Britain's gardening charity - the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) - is the gateway to gardening.
Botanical Society of the British Isles - Find flowers
A database powered web application to help identify the native and naturalised flora of Great Britain. The system contains pictures and information on each ...
Wild Flower Society
Society for amateur botanists and wild flower lovers, promoting field botany and conservation of British flora. Information about membership, branches, ...
An illustrated guide to wild flowers and aquatic plants
Pictures and identification guide to wildflowers and aquatic plants.
The Woodland Trust
The Woodland Trust is the UK's leading woodland conservation charity dedicated solely to the protection of our native woodland heritage.
British wild flowers
Offers a large selection of photographs to aid in identifiation of wild flowers, grasses, ferns, shrubs and trees.
UK wild flowers
Photographs of Wild flowers from the British Isles.
Landlife works for a better environment by creating new opportunities for wildflowers and wildlife and encouraging people to enjoy them.
Plantlife International - the only charity in the world working solely for the conservation of wild plants and fungi, wildflower Christmas cards.
Plants For A Future - 7000 useful plants
Plants For A Future is a resource centre for rare and unusual plants, particularly those which have edible, medicinal or other uses.
Flora locale is a registered charity that encourages, across Britain and Ireland, the wise use of wild plants for planting schemes that have wildlife in mind.
This site is all about flowers that grow in North-Western Europe - particularly the wild flowers of the British Isles. There are now over 1000 different flowering species included.
BBC - Gardening
Basics - Techniques...Children - Did you know?, Projects Design - Inspiration, Virtual garden The ethical gardener - Peat, Buying plants Flower shows - Tatton Park, Chelsea Grow your own - Get started growing vegetables...
Gardening.co.uk - the total online gardening resource
Practical gardening advice and news, from lawns and plants to landscaping.
Garden Organic - celebrating 50 years of organic growing
Garden Organic, the UK's leading organic growing charity, has been at the forefront of the organic horticulture movement for 50 years...
Independent help and support for organic growers in the UK. Includes useful hints and tips and an online forum.
Wildlife gardening with Jenny Steel
This website has information about getting started with wildlife gardening, the wildlife that could be around in your garden at the moment, and how to...
This month's wildlife gardening feature is in a contemplative mood as it invites you to take a thoughtful approach to planning your garden, and urges you...
The RSPB: Advice: Planning and creating a wildlife-friendly garden
A good wildlife garden is more than just a corner of a garden left to go wild. Whether you are creating a new wildlife garden, or have an established one...
The inspirational website for British cable and satellite TV channel UKTV Gardens. Packed with design ideas, expert advice and step-by-step...
Space For Nature
Space For Nature is for people who are interested in gardening and garden wildlife.
The Garden and Landscape Guide gives information about gardens open to the public and ... UK Nursery Finder · UK Hotels with Gardens · Garden Design ...
Parks and Gardens UK
Parks and Gardens Data Services, United Kingdom Database of Historic Parks and Gardens, parks and gardens database project website.
Gardens to Visit, UK - Britain's Finest Gardens
Britain's Finest Gardens features over 300 special gardens to visit throughout Britain, carefully selected by The Times's gardener and broadcaster Stephen ...
Royal Forestry Society
We are dedicated to the wise management of trees and woodlands,and to increasing people's understanding of forestry.
Royal Scottish Forestry Society
The RSFS is an educational charity founded over 150 years ago by arboriculturalists, nurserymen, foresters, landowners and tree enthusiasts...