PlantNetwork is the national network of botanic gardens, arboreta and other documented plant collections.
Promoting botanical collections in Britain and Ireland as a national resource for research, conservation and education.
Facilitating networking and training among holders of plant collections through a programme of conferences and workshops and a regular newsletter.
As well as a well referenced website.

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Managing and enhancing the visitor experience in botanic and historic gardens

Managing and enhancing the visitor experience in botanic and historic gardens

Reports now on line

Chatsworth House, 1– 3 April 2014

Newsletter No. 44, March 2014 circulated

Newsletter No. 44, March 2014 circulated

Date posted: 11 March 2014

Newsletter No. 44, March 2014 has recently been sent to all members, check out the content listing for the link to the complete National Trust’s Tree Safety Guidance

Capability Brown 300

Capability Brown 300

Date posted: 11 December 2013

Links and information about the nationwide celebration and festival of the life and work of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown planned for 2016, the 300th anniversary of his birth

Websites and Social Media – connecting with people

Websites and Social Media – connecting with people

Reports now on line

York, 27 November 2013

All change at PlantNetwork

All change at PlantNetwork

Date posted: 30 November 2013

It is all change at PlantNetwork, including all our contact details…

Urban Public Gardens: challenges and opportunities

Urban Public Gardens: challenges and opportunities

Reports now on line

Cambridge, 11-12 April 2013

Integrated Pest Management

Integrated Pest Management

Reports now on line

Eden Project, 6/7 March 2013

Growing Media

Growing Media

Reports now on line

Savill Garden, Windsor Great Park, 13 November 2012

Mowing, Watering & Weeding: sustainable practices for public gardens

Mowing, Watering & Weeding: sustainable practices for public gardens

Reports now on line

University of York, 27-29 March 2012