A selection of links to the websites of other gardens around the world.
Glorious Gardens of Argyll - General information about the gardens of Argyll and Bute. "First time visitors to Argyll will quickly perceive that the area has a rich garden heritage: wonderful gardens have been developed all over the county since the earliest part of the 18th century."

Kailzie Gardens is located near the border town of Peebles. A large domestic garden on the grand scale within a traditional estate occupying a beautiful position on the River Tweed.

National Council for the Conservation of Plants and Gardens - In the last ten years this essentially practical conservation initiative has resulted in over 600 Collections being established. 50,000 different garden plants are now in secure hands for the enjoyment of future generations, safe from the vagaries of fashion, and hopefully, disease.

iGarden Magazine - The UK Gardening Magazine on the 'Net. Places to go, things to grow, win a Greenhouse, it's all here. Even software for the PC gardener

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. The mission of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is to enable better management of the earth's environment by increasing knowledge and understanding of the plant kingdom.

WebGarden (Ohio State University) provides a growing collection of resources for beginning and professional gardeners, students, teachers, professional agronomists and horticulturists.

Gardenvisit-dot-Com - A guide to parks and gardens open to the public in the UK and Ireland & a history of Garden design in the British Isles.

University of Durham Botanic garden - A huge website, with everything from butterfiles to Cactii !

Trans Europe Tours - Rather special garden tours to exotic and historical gardens around Europe.

Borde Hill - is traditional country estate in the area of outstanding natural beauty lying between the town of Haywards Heath and the village of Cuckfield in mid Sussex.

Scottish Rhododendron Society - is part of the larger American Rhododendron Society. Its membership has a large proportion of the worlds leading experts in this field.

The Association of Gardens Trusts is a national organisation, representing the rapidly growing County Gardens Trusts, which are actively engaged in researching, documenting and caring for our heritage of parks, gardens, and designed landscapes.

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