About us

The Walled Kitchen Gardens Network is an informal group of national organisations and individual experts. It was created in order to provide an integrated approach to restoring walled gardens. By working together we are supporting the renaissance of walled kitchen gardens, valuing and telling their story, sharing our knowledge and handing on a rich asset to future generations.

Partner Organisations

The national partner organisations in the Walled Kitchen Gardens Network are:

Historic England  1 Waterhouse Square, 138 – 142 Holborn, London EC1N 2ST    customers@HistoricEngland.org.uk  www.historicengland.org.uk

The Gardens Trust (formed from the merger of the Garden History Society and the Association of Gardens Trusts )                                                                     70 Cowcross St, EC1M 6EJ
020 7608 2409  www.thegardenstrust.org

Garden History Society ( see above )
The Association of Gardens Trusts ( see above )

 

Garden History Society in Scotland
The Garden History Society in Scotland
Glasite Meeting House
33 Barony Street
Edinburgh
EH3 6NX
scotland@gardenhistorysociety.org

FLAIR

(Food & Local Agriculture Information Resource)  A project of F3, the Foundation for Local Food Initiatives
PO Box 1234
Bristol BS99 2PG
0845 458 9525
info@localfood.org.uk

Garden Organic

Garden Organic is the working name for the Henry Doubleday Research Association (HDRA). They are a registered charity and Europe’s largest organic membership organisation, dedicated to researching and promoting organic gardening, farming and food.
Ryton Organic Gardens,
Ryton-on-Dunsmore,
Coventry CV8 3LG
02476 313517
enquiry@hdra.org.uk
www.gardenorganic.org.uk

National Gardens Scheme

www.ngs.org.uk       NGS gardens open for charity.
Publisher of the ‘Yellow Book’, the annual
best-seller listing 3,500 gardens that open for the NGS.

Scotland’s Garden Scheme

www.gardensofscotland.org                    Scotland’s Gardens Scheme raises funds for other worthy charities by facilitating the opening of large and small gardens of horticultural interest throughout Scotland to the public. In 2010 many of Scotland’s finest gardens, normally inaccessible to the public, will open. See website address above for details.

Alitex

www.alitex.co.uk                                                                                                           Torberry Farm, South Harting, Petersfield, Hampshire GU31 5RG, UK                   01730 826900                                                                                                                     Alitex is a family owned company offering high quality, bespoke greenhouses in traditional styles.

The Victorian Glasshouse Company Ltd

www.victorianglasshouse.co.uk                                                                                 Specialists in the restoration and supply of 19th and early 20th Century Glasshouses and Coldframes.

Thomas Etty Esq

www.thomasetty.co.uk                                                                                               Supplier of Heritage Seeds and Bulbs for the Period Garden.

Eura Conservation

www.eura.co.uk                                                                                                               Eura specialise in the conservation and restoration of metal wood and glass structures, including glasshouses.