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Perennial - Gardeners' Royal Benevolent Society
Plant Heritage - previously known as the NCCPG
Barnsdale Gardens - home to our President, Nick Hamilton & 2 for 1 entry for CGS members with membership cards
British Plant Nursery Guide - suggestions of where to go
National Garden Scheme - runs the Yellow Book open garden scheme
Snape Cottage Plantsman's Garden - in Bourton, Dorset, a favourite for Clive Lane
Brogdale Horticultural Trust - home of the National Fruit Collection
RHS Plant Finder- search to find a particular plant.
Hortax - The Horticultural Taxonomy Group - deals with all aspects of the naming of cultivated plants.
CGS member Chris is blogging about his development of a cottage garden style bed from CGS seeds and other "free" plants. Follow his blog and Twitter account @PinkBugalowNes
Really Wild Flowers - in Dorset, specialises in the supply of native plants and seeds.
Special Perennials - in Cheshire, near Hankelow, has many cottage garden plants.
The Cottage Herbery - near Tenbury Wells, organic and peat free herbs and others
Cotswold Garden Flowers - in Badsey, Worcs, owned by Bob Brown
Walnut Tree Garden Nursery - in Rocklands, Norfolk, lots of CGS favourites
Bluebell Cottage Gardens - in Dutton, nr Warrington, garden and nursery run by Sue Beesley
Knoll Gardens - in Dorset, a leading ornamental grass specialist nursery
David Austin Roses - specialist growers of old, shrub, species, climbing and modern roses
Habitat Aid - a CGS member selling seeds, trees and other plants with benefits to the environment, charities and small suppliers
The Gardening Website - A useful site for finding nurseries and gardens, as well as suppliers of all things garden-related
Hop, stock and bent - website of photography artist/gardener Francoise Sergy
Gate Expectations by Inwood (Cymru) Ltd- wooden gates made to measure