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Royal Botanic Gardens Kew is a place where you can discover the world of science behind our botanical collections, with over 50,000 living plants to be found across our UNESCO World Heritage site. Our mission at Royal Botanic Gardens Kew is to understand and protect plants and fungi, for the wellbeing of people and the future of all life on Earth. Earth is the only planet in the universe that we know for certain supports life. Yet that life is in crisis. The unprecedented rate of degradation means we are living through an age of extinction. We know the next decade is critical to reverse this trend. Our aspiration at Royal Botanic Gardens Kew is to end the extinction crisis and help create a world where nature is protected, valued and managed sustainably. Our scientists will identify and strive to protect species of plants and fungi globally, as well as revealing those that could be new sources of food, medicine, fuel or materials. We will promote and provide access to knowledge, ideas and beautiful gardens that motivate individuals to be advocates for nature. The world needs brilliant scientists and horticulturists. We commit to training students from the UK and around the world. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is a public body and charity with global collections and influence. We must be for everyone, disseminating our knowledge and collections both physically and digitally for global benefit. We will speak with confidence and prominence to advocate policies aligned with our mission. We will be an exemplar of environmental responsibility in all that we do, including by exceeding net-zero carbon emissions to become Climate Positive by 2030.

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The Blenheim Palace Flower Show is an annual horticultural event featuring hundreds of garden and home exhibitors, a Grand Floral Pavilion, a Floral Art Marquee and live entertainment across the three-day show. The show is set in the grounds of the stunning Blenheim Palace, which is one of the biggest palaces in the UK. The Blenheim Palace Flower Show is the perfect place to discover your favourite plants, flowers and an array of gardening goodies from unique garden gazebos, greenhouses and arbours to beautiful flowers, gardening sundries and hundreds of other products. Every year, they are looking forward to welcoming you back for a wonderful three-day gardening show to celebrate the best of their homes and gardens. At the flower show you can enjoy of their Outdoor Plant Village, filled with more plants, flowers and bulbs than ever before, to peruse and purchase new additions to your home and garden. Also, you are welcome to take a stroll through their shopping village and discover a whole range of products for your garden. From unique garden gazebos, greenhouses and arbours to gardening sundries and hundreds of other products, you'll find everything you need for your garden. The Indoor Shopping Pavilion is packed with the highest quality gift ideas, handmade crafts and exquisite country home wares including artwork, kitchenware, naturally sourced health & beauty products plus much more. Furthermore, you can taste your way around the world in their Fine Food & Drink Pavilion where top billed food & drink companies will sell an array of delicious sausages, oils, cheese and confectionery, many offering irresistible free tasters. There you'll find a whole array of stands selling a selection of food and refreshments. Sit back, relax and take the weight off your feet. The UK’s favourite exhibitors, businesses and sponsors attend The Blenheim Palace Flower Show. Take part in exhibiting and your brand will be associated with one of the finest Flower Shows in The UK. Thousands of visitors attend the show every year and come specifically to try and buy new products.

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RHS Chelsea Flower Show Our exciting gardens are the best for spotting the latest trends and cutting edge ideas in garden design. Our spectacular Show Gardens provide a slice of gardening theatre, while the smaller Sanctuary Gardens embrace the benefits of gardens on wellbeing. The new All About Plants category champions the positive impact of plants, and garden designers new to Chelsea have created Balcony and Container Gardens designed for urban living. RHS Chelsea’s Great Pavilion will again be filled with the glorious sights and scents of spring. Some of the world’s finest growers and nurseries will be back, offering impressive displays and expert advice. After an enormously popular debut in 2021, our Houseplant Studios are returning to Ranelagh Gardens in 2022 to provide more plant-filled home inspiration. Stylists have the freedom to dress each studio to represent any room in a house, and the range of designs is guaranteed to be both fun and fabulous. The Discovery Zone in the Great Pavilion is home to educational exhibits promoting the latest discoveries in horticultural science. Here you can explore these inspiring displays, many of which champion the benefits of gardening and how that action may combat climate change or improve mental wellbeing. Chelsea hosts an array of horticultural products and is the perfect place to browse and buy something for the home and garden. You’ll get to experience the stylish atmosphere of the show with unrivalled boutique shopping.

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Chorley Flower Show is a three-day event, where you can see and speak to gold-medal winning entrants from some of the country’s biggest shows in the professional exhibitors’ marquee. You can also meet experts and celebrity gardeners who will give you top tips on how to improve your garden. This spectacular event, which scooped a prestigious Lancashire Tourism Award for 'Tourism Event of the Year', is the perfect day out for anyone who likes gardening, plants and flowers. Plus, with children’s activities and delicious food and drink, it’s a treat for all the family. Set in the stunning grounds of Astley Hall. You will be able to get all the essentials for your garden with their wide variety of trade stands, which will sell something for every garden. See the amazing amateur marquee with regional competitions hosted by the National Sweet Pea Society and National Begonia Society. Plus, you can also be a part of the show and put your applications on their website. Furthermore, you can enjoy a picnic on the beautiful lawns with plenty of entertainment throughout the day for all the family including horticultural demonstrations, children’s activities, food and drink and relaxing music to enjoy. With traders serving delicious treats from a wide variety of food and drink stalls serving local produce, your taste buds will be spoilt for choice. In Chorley Flower Show you can find some of the finest professional exhibitors with multiple gold medals from the country’s largest flower shows and RHS events, national and local societies displaying their plants and running regional competitions, many gardening theatres with demonstrations from professional gardeners, a selection of excellent local and national horticultural traders for all of your gardening needs, a selection of excellent food and drink traders will be at the show to cater for all tastes, live entertainment throughout the weekend with a selection of live music and walkabout acts in the park entertaining our visitors, and different kind of competition as the amateur photography competition, their Flowers, Fruit and Vegetable and Floral Art competitions, the Schools and Community groups Garden Competition, and many more. Chorley Flower Show is a great day out for all the family, there really is something for everyone!

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The Orchard Project is the only national charity dedicated solely to the creation, restoration and celebration of community orchards. We aim to make a serious contribution to a better food system, based on people working together where they live to produce and harvest their own fruit. We work closely with community groups in hubs around England, Scotland and Wales helping to design and create new orchards that will last for decades to come, as well as restoring England’s old, neglected heritage orchards. We rebuild orcharding skills and knowledge, hold fantastic orchard celebration events and help groups make the most of their bumper harvests. Our aim is that every home in every city, town and village across the country is within easy-reach of productive, well-cared-for, community-run orchards. We believe that orchards have the potential to build stronger communities by providing cherished, nature-rich, community spaces and empowering people to contribute to reducing food miles. Since our inception, The Orchard Project (TOP) has consistently viewed community orchards as contributing to climate solutions, particularly in urban areas. As the climate crisis worsens, we are striving to apply our expertise more than ever to this end. Read our Climate Crisis Response Strategy.

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Edible Landscapes London was founded in 2010. We pioneered the first accredited course in forest gardening, while training hundreds of students in plant propagation, permaculture and other related subjects. Edible Landscapes London is a not-for-profit community education project. We specialise in forest gardening – a food growing design system that mimics natural ecosystems, involving a variety of perennial plants and trees. Our volunteer sessions help Londoners learn to grow more of their own food, and propagate plants to give away to local projects. We are proud to say that we developed the first ever accredited forest gardening course in the UK, and continue to run a variety of community workshops on related subjects. Our garden contains over 200 species of low-maintenance, edible or useful perennials, which are arranged in guilds to mimic natural ecosystems. Our aim is to provide accessible education around permaculture and forest gardens. We do this while working with the local community to create more biodiverse, edible landscapes – healthier habitats for wildlife and people. Our garden in Finsbury Park provides a space within nature to come together and share ideas. We feel planting forest gardens serves to empower our communities, offering a direct response to issues such as climate change at a grassroots level.

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Since 1673 Chelsea Physic Garden has occupied four acres of land on the edge of the Thames. First established by the Apothecaries in order to grow medicinal plants, this extraordinary garden in London has had wide reaching impact around the world. The Garden’s location feels special and secret. It is nestled behind walls and positioned close to the River Thames. The ideal Thames location is no accident as back in 1673 the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries chose their Chelsea village site for its proximity to the river to make the most of its warm air currents. It gave them a base to moor their barge, allowing them to conduct plant finding expeditions in surrounding areas and to teach their apprentices to identify plants, those that might cure and those that might kill! The site is also blessed with a south facing aspect and good quality warm light soil, having previously been the site of a market garden. The River access allowed plants arriving from around the world to be introduced to the British Isles via the Garden, allowing the Garden to make a big impact from early on. Its international reputation was established quickly as a result of the global seed exchange scheme, known as Index Seminum, which it initiated in the 1700s and continues to this day. The Garden’s unique microclimate and location has allowed many of our gardeners throughout our history to grow plants not frequently found outside in the UK, including the UK’s largest fruiting olive tree. In 1976 the head gardener collected a record crop of 7lb of ripe olives, which is a London crop record! Chelsea is no longer a village but the Garden’s location still feels special and has been a huge factor in its success to this day. The Chelsea Physic Garden is London’s oldest botanic garden and contains a unique living collection of around 5,000 different edible, useful and medicinal plants that have changed the world.

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We exist to help in the creation of lovely gardens, either by us or anyone else, for everyone to enjoy, be the owners, visitors, children, grandparents or even ill-behaved pets. Those that dig up lawns can keep us in work! The roots of Capital Gardens, an independent business, go back to 1981 when a landscape business was started in Battersea. This has now grown into London’s leading independent gardening company with five garden centres, a website along with a garden maintenance business. Our garden centres are located in London at Alexandra Palace (North West London), Wandsworth (South West London) and outside London at Berkhamsted, Sherfield-on-Loddon (just north of Basingstoke) and Studley Green (north-west of High Wycombe). At the centres we strive continually to offer you a diverse and large collection of plants throughout the seasons, suited to our country’s varied climate and seasons. The goods shown on our website are for sale only through the centres. So we don’t offer goods for sale through our website, but we do operate a delivery service local to our centres and for customers who may need the service each centre offers a ‘telephone order and collect service’. If you are near our centres please visit these for the goods displayed on the website, but check before coming please that they are in stock. We hope your experience at Capital Gardens is productive and enjoyable – resulting from our continual efforts to provide plants and goods that offer value for money without compromising quality and a service that encourages people to visit us again. Colin, the current managing director, started the business and it rests on him and his well-established team to see that when you engage with Capital Gardens you are given the best possible help to get plants and products for the garden to enable you to keep your garden as you want it. At Capital Gardens, we believe that we have a duty to adhere to good environmental practice, and operate in a sustainable manner. As lovers of plants and the environment, it is only natural for us to want to reduce man’s impact wherever possible.

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1904 was a landmark year for the industry and for the business which was to become the current-day Blue Diamond Group. In its earliest 'guise', Blue Diamond originally emerged as the Fruit Export Company on the beautiful island of Guernsey, Channel Islands. The company was created by a group of prominent local businessmen whose family links still feature today. John W. Dorey was appointed manager and his son, Percy, was company secretary. The latter proved to be the driving force of the Fruit Export Company. The company's founders displayed their business skills at an early stage when they acquired a distribution company in the UK with agents scaling the length and breadth of England. This network became the backbone of Fruit Export's success in getting tomatoes to market. A further stroke of ingenuity saw the company buy wicker baskets locally and go on to commission the manufacture of huge numbers of wooden baskets and then tomato trays. Today, Blue Diamond is recognised as a genuine Guernsey success story and continues to be owned and managed on the island, with plants still at the heart of the business. Blue Diamond now employs around 3,000 people at its Head Office and 30 garden centres across the UK & Channel Islands.

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Cherry Lane Garden Centres throughout Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Yorkshire represent a new wave of specialist horticultural and leisure retailing. As part of the QD Group, the Garden Centres are committed to offering the best value as a matter of course. Expert staff and buyers ensure that quality and stock throughout the year is consistently high. As well as a huge selection of plants, trees and shrubs, Cherry Lane Garden Centres stock extensive ranges of garden furniture, gardening clothing and footwear, gardening accessories, sheds and garden ornaments. There are specialist Cherry Lane Aquatic Centres at South View, Fritton and Pulham Market near Diss which stock a large range of fish as well as indoor and outdoor aquatic accessories.

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Anyone can be a Heritage Ambassador. Help take our past into the future. Spread the word and generate revenue. Make heritage your business and earn with your passion for art and culture. ArtAcadia.org is an umbrella organization for everything pertaining to our heritage and respective cultures. Providing a platform for Heritage Ambassadors, to help take our past into the future. We are a passionate community that is compiling a comprehensive global directory and cultural map. Facilitating networking, training, work opportunities, events and marketplace.

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