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Gardens blog an interesting regular blog on gardens and garden history by a BGHG member, Dr David Marsh, can be found at:

The Gardens Trust was formed by the merger of the Association of Gardens Trusts (AGT) and the Garden History Society (GHS) in 2015. They have a regular programme of lectures and visits.

The London  Parks and Gardens (LPG) has a programme of regular lectures and occasional

London Parks and Gardens Inventory (previously known as London Gardens Online) developed by LPG volunteers, is an inventory of parks, gardens and green spaces throughout London. The Inveentory can be searched by both name or by borough.

RHS Lindley Library The London library of the Royal Horticultural Society. the Lindley has an extensive collection books, periodicals and archives relating to all aspects of garden history and horticulture.

The Institute of Historical Research in Bloomsbury runs a termly series of FREE seminars on the history of gardens and designed landscapes:

The Garden Museum by London's Lambeth Bridge explores and celebrates British gardens and gardening through its permanent collection, temporary exhibitions, events and its own garden. Visitors can view a permanent display of paintings, tools, ephemera and historic artefacts and the Museum presents regular exhibitions and talks as well as occasional films focusing on topics of interest to garden historians.

 Parks & Gardens UK an online resource for historic parks and gardens and designed landscapes. Includes a useful searchable database of sites throughout the UK.

The Garden History Research Foundation is a specialist, charitable trust in New Zealand whose purpose is to ‘promote an understanding of the context, meaning and history of gardens’ and whose website carries much of interest to garden historians across the globe