Chiswick House and Gardens
Chiswick House and Gardens is England's first and one of the finest examples of neo-Palladian architecture set in a beautiful 65-acre estate. It is situated in West London, six miles by road or a 15 minute tube ride, from Hyde Park Corner.
Cowbridge Physic Garden
The one-time walled kitchen garden of Cowbridge Grammar School in South Wales, has been converted into a Physic Garden and will soon be open to the public. See the website address above for details.
Croome Walled Gardens
A privately owned garden set in the historic Capability Brown landscape. The large seven acre garden is being lovingly restored by the owners, and is open for group visits by prior arrangement. For further information contact them
Eura specialise in the conservation and restoration of metal wood and glass structures, including glasshouses.
Hibbitt of Oswestry
On-line shop for traditional high quality English Gardenwares seldom found in Garden Centres. Suppliers to the National Trust & NT Scotland for Garden Restoration projects since 1997. Ranges include; Bell & Lantern Cloches, Terracotta Forcers, Leather Gloves & Aprons, Wooden Sieves, Pruning Knives, Wooden Compost Bins, Wooden Finials, Obelisks, Victorian Benches, Decorative Birdtables & Nest Boxes, Watering Cans, Victorian Garden Lines and Potting Shed Equipment.
Manor Gardens Nursery
Manor Gardens is a plant nursery set in a Victorian walled kitchen garden with several interesting original features.
Nantwich Walled Garden Society
The Nantwich Walled Garden Society was formally launched on 13 June 2004 by Viscount Ashbrook, patron of the Cheshire Gardens Trust. The society was formed from what was originally a small committee of enthusiasts called the Campaign to Conserve the Old Walled Garden.
For more information, please contact the Chairman, Mr Peter Harrington, via email firstname.lastname@example.org
National Gardens Scheme
NGS gardens open for charity.
Publisher of the 'Yellow Book', the annual
best-seller listing 3,500 gardens that open for the NGS.
Old Garden Tools
This company has an extensive collection of antique and vintage garden tools and gardening paraphernalia. The collection is based in West London and is used mainly for hiring out to television companies, etc. However items occasionally come up for sale, and the website is a useful illustrated resource for garden historians and other researchers.
Pennard Plants, nursery within a walled garden in Somerset, which offers a wide range of Heritage Vegetable and Flower seeds, Heritage Top & Soft fruit, Herbs and other plants for the kitchen garden. Demonstration Vegetable Garden being developed growing heritage varieties. We also grow Agapanthus. Open by appointment only.
Ramsey Abbey Walled Kitchen Garden
Ramsey Abbey Walled Kitchen Garden in Cambridgeshire is in the process of being restored by a small but enthusiastic team of volunteers. The aim is to grow as many Cambridgeshire varieties as possible. Additions over recent years include an apple tunnel running the complete length of the garden, a large area devoted to soft fruit and a herb garden.
Room in the Garden
Room in the Garden produces elegant rusted steel garden structures from the beautifully restored walled garden at Cowdray Park. They also offer a variety of courses and events.
Scotland’s Garden Scheme
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.
Sheen Botanical Labels Limited
We specialise in engraving botanical and horticultural labels to order from lists supplied by clients. Our labels can be displayed in our matt-black powder coated aluminium label stands, which range in heights from 15cms to 50cms. Alternatively, we can punch holes in labels for hanging or, for mature trees, supply them with 'spring' tree fixings. Lastly, we engrave commemorative plaques which can be supplied with our own matt-black powder-coated galvanised steel holders.
Sugnall Walled Kitchen Garden
Sugnall, Stafford, ST21 6NF. Open 1 April to October, Wed – Sun, 10.30-4.30, admission £2.50. Restored kitchen garden and Slow Food principles. The produce is grown on organic lines, processed on site and sold through the teashop. Guided tours available Sunday.
The Chiswick House Kitchen Garden Association
The only working Kitchen Garden in London, the Chiswick House Kitchen Garden Association is a purely voluntary
organisation dedicated to reviving the walled gardens as a place of beauty and productivity and providing an educational project for teaching children, young people & others about gardening, plants & food.
The Victorian Glasshouse Company Ltd
Specialists in the restoration and supply of 19th and early 20th Century
Glasshouses and Coldframes.
Thomas Etty Esq
Supplier of Heritage Seeds and Bulbs for the Period Garden.