Members & Supporters


PlantNetwork would like to thank the following for their donations to support different aspects of PlantNetwork’s work.

Current as of May 2020.

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 that British Sugar TOPSOIL are continuing their support of PlantNetwork. British Sugar TOPSOIL 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.


Candide

Candide

We are pleased to announce Candide as our Gold Sponsor. Candide is an app for all plant lovers – from amateur to professional alike.


Latest news from our supporters:

  • Candide recently contributed to our Plant Records Discussion webinar.
  • British Sugar TOPSOIL partners with Perennial: £1 from every bulk bag sold until September 2020 will be donated to Perennial to support all horticulturists and their families during periods of hardship. Read more.
  • Read the lastest blog from Dragonfli on spider mite

Current as of January 2020.

  • Abbotsbury Sub-Tropical Gardens
  • Ardtornish Estate
  • Batsford Arboretum
  • Bedgebury National Pinetum
  • Benmore Botanic Garden
  • Bgen - Botanic Gardens Education Network
  • Bicton Park Gardens
  • Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses
  • Blarney Castle and Gardens
  • Borde Hill Garden
  • Botanical Software Ltd
  • Bramdean House
  • Bristol Zoological Gardens
  • Cambo Gardens
  • Cambridge University Botanic Garden
  • Candide Ltd
  • Capel Manor College
  • Chatsworth House
  • Chelsea Physic Garden
  • Chester Zoological Gardens
  • Chiswick House and Garden Trust
  • Commonwealth War Graves Commission
  • Compositae AS / IrisBG - Collection Management
  • Cruickshank Botanic Garden
  • David Welch Winter Gardens
  • Dawyck Botanic Garden
  • Eden Project
  • Edge Hill University
  • Emily Estate/The Newt in Somerset
  • English Heritage
  • Explorers Garden
  • Gibraltar Botanic Gardens
  • Glasgow Botanic Gardens
  • Grimsthorpe & Drummond Castle Trust
  • High Beeches Gardens
  • Highgrove Gardens
  • Historic Royal Palaces
  • Holker Hall
  • Inverness Botanic Gardens
  • John F. Kennedy Arboretum
  • Leonardslee Gardens
  • Logan Botanic Garden
  • Marks Hall Gardens and Arboretum
  • Marwell Wildlife (Zoo)
  • Marwood Hill Gardens
  • Mount Stuart Gardens
  • Myddelton House Gardens
  • National Botanic Garden of Wales
  • National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin
  • National Trust
  • National Trust for Scotland
  • Ness Botanic Gardens
  • Paignton Zoological & Botanical Gardens
  • Parham House and Gardens
  • Plant Heritage (National Council for the Conservation of Plants & Gardens)
  • Quex Gardens
  • Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
  • Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
  • Royal Horticultural Society Garden Bridgewater
  • Royal Horticultural Society Garden Harlow Carr
  • Royal Horticultural Society Garden Hyde Hall
  • Royal Horticultural Society Garden Rosemoor
  • Royal Horticultural Society Garden Wisley
  • Royal Zoological Society of Scotland
  • Shakespeare Birthplace Trust
  • Sheffield Botanical Gardens
  • Sir Harold Hillier Gardens
  • St Andrews Botanic Garden
  • St Anne's Physic Garden
  • Swiss Garden
  • The Crown Estate
  • The Dorothy Clive Garden
  • The Garden Label Company
  • The Hepworth Wakefield
  • The Lovell Quinta Arboretum
  • The Mallards
  • The Royal Parks
  • Trebah Garden Trust
  • Treborth Botanic Garden
  • Trewithen Gardens
  • University of Bristol Botanic Garden
  • University of Dundee Botanic Garden
  • University of Durham Botanic Garden
  • University of Oxford Botanic Garden
  • West Dean Gardens & Arboretum
  • Westonbirt, the National Arboretum
  • Winterbourne House & Garden (University of Birmingham)
  • Yorkshire Arboretum