Plant Heritage


The world’s leading cultivated plant conservation charity, bringing together the talents of botanists, horticulturalists and conservationists and the dedication of keen amateur and professional gardeners.

Through a number of conservation projects, including the National Plant Collections and Threatened Plants Project, we are helping to safeguard our unique garden flora across Britain and Ireland.


Click here to donate to and support Plant Heritage






Track down a National Plant Collection

How to visit the National Plant Collections - 620 plant collections with over 100,000 plants - the UK's biodiversity legacy.


Join Plant Heritage and get involved today!

Join Plant Heritage and enter a world of enjoyable and sociable activities. Talks from experts, garden visits, practical workshops; rare and unusual plants for your garden; satisfying voluntary work from research to creating your own National Collection.


Plant Sales, garden visits, celebrity talks and workshops

Supporting the UK's cultivated plants for future generations, our members enjoy a world of sociable activities.


Learn the Secrets from the Experts

Visitors are welcome at National Plant Collection Open Days - some open all year whilst others have specific Open Days.

Anuual membership

Loseley Park, House and Garden with Alan Titchmarsh

Join us for a tour of the historic house and walled gardens with lunch in the company of our President, Alan Titchmarsh. Call 01483 447540 to secure your tickets. Images all courtesy of Loseley Park and Jason Ingram of Country Living magazine.

Donate and support Plant Heritage

"By supporting the Threatened Plants Appeal, you will be instrumental in not only safeguarding it, but also ensuring that our work carries on." Alan Titchmarsh

Johnsons Seeds raising money for Plant Conservation

Johnsons Seeds will donate 25p to Plant Heritage from all sales of 'Pink Pearl' - from its new World Botanic Seed Range

Find a local group

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