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"Destination architectural salvage company and design studio. A showroom housed across two buildings in Kensal Green sells architectural elements including tropical hardwoods, quality windows, doors, ...
"Destination architectural salvage company and design studio. A showroom housed across two buildings in Kensal Green sells architectural elements including tropical hardwoods, quality windows, doors, stone, vintage and antique furniture, rugs, lighting and eye catching one-off finds."

The Retrouvius design studio turns respectfully re-used materials to distinctive, contemporary ends. Taking only a few projects each year, in properties ranging from contemporary penthouse to medieval priory, yacht to boutique, each is attentively tailored to the evolving needs of the client as well as the demands of the site.

Photographs only tell part of the story: beneath the inventively applied wood and stone, the lovingly hand-dyed and reclaimed textiles, lie larger tales of transformation, and relationships with clients that stretch over multiple projects.
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A society for head gardeners, garden managers and those engaged in horticulture, employed within private gardens (and establishments run in a similar way). It maintains close links with other related ...
A society for head gardeners, garden managers and those engaged in horticulture, employed within private gardens (and establishments run in a similar way). It maintains close links with other related organisations.

The PGG organises national and regional meetings throughout the year, in all parts of the country, for members and their guests. Meetings are informal gatherings of between 20 and 100 members; the object of the day is not only to look round the garden or gardens hosting the meeting but also to meet other members, to exchange views, ideas, information and plants. View diary of forthcoming events.

The society aims to promote: professional contact, communication and co-operation between gardeners; better maintenance and management of gardens and designed landscapes; exchange of ideas and information on all aspects of professional gardening; training; and gardening as a profession.
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Parks & Gardens UK is the leading on-line resource for historic parks and gardens. We provide freely accessible, accurate and inspiring information on the UK parks, gardens and designed landscapes ...
Parks & Gardens UK is the leading on-line resource for historic parks and gardens.

We provide freely accessible, accurate and inspiring information on the UK parks, gardens and designed landscapes and all activities concerned with their promotion, conservation and management. Additional information and new sites are added as information becomes available.

This website has no statutory authority with regard to planning or other permissions, nor is the inclusion or absence of a site any measure of its historic significance. If you would like to contribute, please contact us.

We are currently working to improve the Parks & Gardens website. Please complete our Parks & Gardens survey to let us know what you think.
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'The best way to save plants is to successfully cultivate and propagate them, then share them with others' Roy Lancaster, renowned plantsman and keen supporter of Plant Heritage Plant Heritage a...
'The best way to save plants is to successfully cultivate and propagate them, then share them with others'

Roy Lancaster, renowned plantsman and keen supporter of Plant Heritage

Plant Heritage aims:

- To conserve our horticultural heritage by keeping living examples of all garden-worthy plants in National Plant Collections® or with Plant Guardians®
- To identify cultivars at the highest risk of extinction, with the ambition that these can be conserved. We do this through our Threatened Plants Programme™
- To document and record collections of rare plants. This is done by our National Collection holders and in our publications such as the Directory, The Journal, and through our online plant recording database Persephone
- To document on Persephone, the details and location of the rare plants held by our Plant Guardians®
- To increase the variety of garden plants available for gardens in the UK through supporting and undertaking group propagation activities and plant sales
- To share rare plants with gardeners across the UK, though our annual Plant Exchange™
- To ensure rare plants and collections are supported in perpetuity (for future generations)
- To support Plant Guardians and National Collection holders in their conservation work
- To educate the public in the importance of our work
- To work in partnership with organisations that can support our objectives
- To raise funds to support this work
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The Arboricultural Association is a world-leading authority on arboricultural best practice and is recognised by Defra as the voice of arboriculture. The association delivers professional standards an...
The Arboricultural Association is a world-leading authority on arboricultural best practice and is recognised by Defra as the voice of arboriculture. The association delivers professional standards and guidance, conferences, training and seminars. It also publishes a range of journals, leaflets and newsletters.

Of particular importance is the publication of an annual updated directory, the Directory of Approved Contractors and Registered Consultants. Rigorous standards of assessment are applied to anyone who qualifies to be entered in either directory.

The association manages the annual ARB show in June and conference in September.
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