Book Reviews and Authoratative Websites

We are planing to review books and offer links to authoritative websites in the near future, so please keep visiting as the lists grow.

Here is my garden magazine list, it is not the definitive list but covers most gardening magazines

 

BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine – The famous British gardening magazine.

 

Carry on Gardening – Answers to make easier gardening.

 

Garden Answers available online and in print form.

 

Garden Directory – A links' directory of gardeners websites, events calendar and list of  commercial gardening sites.

 

Garden Organic – National charity for organic growing in the UK

 

Gardens Illustrated

 

Gardening Forums – UK based gardening discussion forums, with friendly expert help.

 

Grow your Own

 

Homes and Gardens

 

Horticulture - a brilliant online magazine with sound organic principles, lots of solid information, although not always easy to find. Worth exploring the extensive guides and lists.

 

Hortus – A privately published authoritative quarterly gardening journal which addresses itself to intelligent and lively-minded gardeners throughout the English-speaking gardening world.

 

House and Garden

 

Irish Gardeners.com – Provides help from fellow gardeners and the opportunity to discuss all the best gardening techniques specific to Ireland.

 

Kitchen Garden Personally, one of my favourites

 

LandScape

 

Local Gardener This site deserves to be better know as it somehow manages to cover the widest range of gardening imaginable. With sections detailing news and new products covering Latest News, Dealers and Machinery, Amenity and Landscape, Sports News, Supplier News, Garden Retail, Events and Exhibitions, Home Garden and Don't Miss this website offers information both online and in print format.

 

Modern Gardens

 

My Greenery Life – My Greenery Life is a useful blog about lawn care and gardening. If you also love to take care of your garden, please join us and leave your comment below each post. I appreciate every contribution to help this website become a big and useful playground for all gardeners.

 

Space for Nature – Garden biodiversity forum.

 

The English Garden Magazine – Leading UK gardening magazine.

 

The Garden Planner – Complete UK eco garden information library.

 

Trees for Cities – Inspiring people to plant and love trees in cities worldwide.

 

UK Gardening – Offer gardening information, help and ideas for the beginner gardener, including weekly gardening tips and some basics of gardening.

 

Grow your own vegetables – Expert tips, advice, profiles and videos from the RHS on how to grow your own vegetables at home, on the allotment or in containers.

 

Wild about Gardens – Tending to our gardens in a way that encourages wildlife.

 

Wildlife Gardening – Dedicated to conserving our native flora and fauna and the pleasure and privilege of sharing your garden with wildlife.

 

Which Gardening magazine, The legendary and impartial gardening magazine

 

Other Websites

 

Allotments and Gardens is a fascinating website with a wealth of valuable information aimed primarily at vegetable growers. The site has grown literally since it began simply as a list of jobs for vegetable growers. Today, this organically driven website covers many topical subjects that lots of less knowledgeable gardeners are looking for answers.

 

Find That Rose Looking for a specific rose, look no further, this site list all UK rose growers and the cultivars they sell with links to contacting them.

 

Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research Established in 2014 this important organization looks at critical areas such as soil health, sustainable water management, next-generation crops, advanced Animal systems, Urban food resources and Health Agriculture Nexus

 

https://www.gardenorganic.org.uk/ the site of what was originally Lawrence D Hill's Organic Gardening movement. The site at Ryton on Dunsmore is being revamped under the arm of The University of Coventry, and currently they are recruiting new staff.

 

Roses UK is a marketing project funded exclusively by BARB (British Association Of Rose Breeders) aimed at maintaining and increasing the profile of the nation's favourite flower, the rose, through promotional activities.

 

The IUCN UK Peatland Programme exists to promote peatland restoration in the UK and advocates the multiple benefits of peatlands through partnerships, strong science, sound policy and effective practice

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