|A blog from the other end of the Mendips with pictures and botanical reports
|A N Abramson's wildlife garden
|A very interesting site from a real botanist. The pictures of developing Mistletoe alone making the site visit worthwhile.)
|An enthusiasts guide to the flora and fauna of the UK
|BioImages - Virtual Field-Guide (UK). Excellent resource
|Botanical Society of the British Isles. Authoritative - their database is invaluable
|Bristol University Botanic Garden
|Dave's Garden Botanary
|Dictionary of Botanical Epithets
|Dr E C Nelson on Shamrock
|Ellen Hutchins, an Irish Botanist who lived in Ballylickey in West Cork
|Inkpen crocus field
|Kew Botanical Gardens
|More information about Honewort
|More information about the Kerry Lily
|Ryedale Natural History Society
|Someone else who has helped me greatly- particularly with my Burren howlers is Dr Charles Nelson.
|Suffolk Fungus Group
|The Digital Flora of Texas. A very comprehensive and many plants found elsewhere in the world.
|The Postcode Plant Database. ie UK post codes !
|West Sedge Moor
Guest photographers on FloralImages
|A photo flora of the Devon and Cornwall peninsula
|Colin Jacobs. Professional Writer, Naturalist, Angling Guide and Photographer
|Excellent pictures of wild flowers in western France. The Havre river in the Loire valley near Nantes
|Isle of Wight Natural History & Archaeological Society
|Ryedale Natural History Society
|A photo flora of the Devon and Cornwall peninsula. David has helped me a lot with FloralImages - and his close-up flower pictures are superb.
|British Wild Flowers
|Carol's Cornwall. A Photographic Library dedicated to
the Wildlife and Landscape of Cornwall
|English Wild Flower Photographs. Pictures of wildflowers taken around the Chiltern's woods and fields.
|Irish Wild Flowers - comprehensive coverage.
|The Wild Flower Society
|Wild and cultivated flowers and fungi, photographs
|Wild plants of the British Isles
|Brecon Wildlife Trust
|Countryside Council for Wales
|Daily wildlife and environment news from the British Isles. David Brear 's wildlife news site
|Donegal Wildlife project run by Stuart Dunlop
|Forest of Avon Trust. This independent charitable company succeeds the Forest of Avon, which planted over a million trees in the West, (formerly Avon).
|Natural England (English Nature as was).
|Radnorshire Wildlife Trust
|The Sinfield Nature Conservation Trust
|The Wildlife Trusts (find your local trust here).
|A French site with wide coverage
|Flore en ligne. A French site where the pictures speak for themselves.
|Flowers of Spain - very comprehensive
|Flowers to see on Topwalks in Spain
|More northern European flowers at a great Dutch site
|Quelques Fleurs des Pyrenees. Say no more.
|WildBotanic. Botany and more in the Carpathian foothills
|A far-eastern gallery.
|Les Fleurs Sauvages d'Acadie. Flowers of Eastern Canada.
|An English Country Garden
|Garden designers and landscapers in Norwich - Real Garden Company
|Graham's Hardy Plants - great pictures of some choice varieties grown well.
|My Garden represents a wide range of rare and unusual plants in a small private garden in Wales. Well worth an e-visit
|The Garden, Gardening and Garden Leisure Information Reference Service
|The Plant Kaleidoscope
Hay on Wye
|A great blog about life in Hay.
|How to keep fit and lose weight in Hay on Wye. Weight and See: for those wishing to lose weight or maintain it optimally. We'll have a web site soon for a step by step solution.
|Plant dyed wool
|The gym and tonic health club. A gym but so much more…
|The Hay Festival
|What's on in Hay on Wye
|A wildflower specialist seed supplier in Ireland..
|LAWNSMITH - Lawn Care Experts. Lawn Care Advice & Lawn Care Products
|Le Safran d'Askaoune. Commercial Saffron growing in Morrocco
|Rare bulb sales (UK)
|Really Wild Flowers. Everything you’ll need to plan and create a beautiful wild flower garden or meadow
|A free, family friendly, information web site.. Over 900 pages of hints, tips and basic information on a wide range of different subjects suitable for all ages and genders
|A great photo site with flora and fauna and much more
|National Wool Museum. Among the machines preserved here is one that used Teasels grown in Somerset mounted on a large metal drum to raise the nap of cloth. - the "Teasel Raising Gig"
|Superb "art" flower pictures for sale
|The real fungus experts