PlantNetwork is a charity and membership organisation that provides training and network support to gardens and gardeners throughout Britain and Ireland.

Through its work, PlantNetwork contributes to maintaining and developing the horticultural and plant conservation skills for which our gardens are renowned. The goals of PlantNetwork are:

  • Supporting gardens and plant collections for conservation, knowledge and enjoyment.
  • Providing networking and professional development for the plant network community.

Since being formed in 1996, PlantNetwork has brought together both institutional and private members and now represents over 300 gardens including all the major public horticultural and botanic gardens in the countries.

If you work in gardens, from botanic gardens and arboreta to public parks; have a professional interest in amenity or botanical horticulture; manage or care for a documented plant collection; or wish to learn more about gardening in the gardens of Britain and Ireland, then membership of PlantNetwork is for you


PlantNetwork Conference 2020, with Sibbaldia & RBGE

22 – 23 April 2020, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
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PlantNetwork Conference 2020, with Sibbaldia & RBGE

PlantNetwork Survey

PlantNetwork Survey

The PlantNetwork survey – finding out how we can better support members and anyone else interested in the work we do. Take part now!



Reports are available online for all previous recent conferences, training days and workshops. Go to the Meetings page for more information.


Dragonfli

Dragonfli

We are pleased to announce Dragonfli as one of our Silver Sponsors: Dragonfli provides specialist advice and products for Biological pest control of insect pests. Products include beneficial insects, nematodes, trapping systems and bio stimulants.


British Sugar TOPSOIL

British Sugar TOPSOIL

We are pleased to welcome our new 2018 Silver Sponsors, British Sugar TOPSOIL who are the largest UK manufacturer and supplier of environmentally sustainable topsoil and topdressing products to the landscaping, construction and sports turf/amenity sectors, supplying over 250,000 tonnes annually.