Famous English gardens to visit, British landscape gardening; a guide to websites
Blogs and magazines
The Garden Lady
Visit public and private gardens especially ones in your area to see what they grow.
The English Garden
A website from the leading UK gardening magazine, full of expert design tips, garden photography from the experts.
25 of the best English gardens to visit. Gardens Illustrated
Garden designer and historian Penelope Hobhouse choses 25 of her favourite gardens to visit throughout England.
The life and works of England’s greatest landscape gardener and his influence on the Royal Palaces and Stately Homes of the United Kingdom.
Country Life list of best websites for the history of English gardens.
Tim Richardson picks out some of the best websites for admirers of the English country garden.
One of the longest surviving online garden centres.
English gardens to visit.
This is an alphabetical list of hundreds of English gardens to visit, which include grand old English gardens as well as English country gardens. From Garden Tools for all Seasons.
Garden design in the British Isles since 1650.
Articles, gardening/gardening web links.
Restoration of the lost gardens of Heligan, Cornall, England.
History of Gardens
The Garden History Society, UK.
Visitor information about Nymans, a National Trust Garden, House and Ruin in West Sussex. Nymans, Handcross, Haywards Heath, is an English garden developed by three generations of the Jewish Messel family, from the late 19th century, and brought to renown by Col. Leonard C.R. Messel.
The Royal Horticultural Society
Trails, an advice service and school facilities.
Society for Garden Designers
Lists qualified or experienced designers by geographical area.
The ThinkinGardens Group has been set up, with the support of the Royal Horticultural Society, in its role as a learned society, to encourage and develop a broader, more enquiring attitude to gardens. This will encompass the aesthetic of gardens, the philosophy of gardens, and what gardens mean or can offer. The Group’s work is aimed at stimulating both gardeners and non-gardeners alike.