Welcome to the London Gardens Network
A forum for Professional Gardeners to exchange ideas around the capital
We are a not for profit organisation, which aims to bring professional gardeners together, to exchange ideas, promote high standards of practical horticulture and support the next generation of gardeners.
The London Gardens Network was formed in 2009 to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas between professional gardeners.Find out more
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Who can join?
If you are a professional gardener working in London, a horticultural student or if you work in an associated profession then you are welcome to join the London Gardens Network.
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Formed in 2009
The London Gardens Network was formed in 2009 to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas between professional gardeners in the London area. It was felt there was a particular set of pressures that gardeners within the M25 faced, and creating the network and sharing information could alleviate those pressures.
The seminars are held for all London gardeners and topics vary every year. Previous seminars have covered a variety of horticultural subjects, including biodiversity, conservation, managing volunteers and careers in horticulture. Visit our events section.
We aim to be of benefit not just to horticultural managers but also trainees and all levels in between, by promoting the highest standards of practical expertise. We are keen on creating an atmosphere of learning and mentoring for those new to gardening.
A Dedicated Committee
Our committee have all benefitted from others in the gardening community sharing their time, knowledge and skills. We value this practice and keen to continue this tradition by planning seminars and by engaging with our community via social media.
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Our next event is a lecture by John Fielding on Mediterranean plants, held at the Chelsea Physic Garden on 18th October from 6pm.
As a network, we appreciate your feedback – enabling us to stay relevant and accessible to you. Please do get involved with us. We look forward to seeing you at the next LGN seminar.