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Set up in 1804, The Royal Horticultural Society may be the UK’s top-rated charity for gardening. The purpose was to collect information of all kinds of plants and also to motivate the improvement of horticultural practice. In 1861 Prince Albert exceeded a charter leading to the change of name to the Royal Horticultural Culture. Third, membership...

Set up in 1804, The Royal Horticultural Society may be the UK’s top-rated charity for gardening. The purpose was to collect information of all kinds of plants and also to motivate the improvement of horticultural practice. In 1861 Prince Albert exceeded a charter leading to the change of name to the Royal Horticultural Culture. Third, membership flourished and the world committed to its archive today housed in the Lindley Library. The Lindley Library is currently the world’s original horticultural collection, made up of more than 18,000 botanical drawings, 50,000 books, and 1500 periodicals. The Royal Horticultural Society pioneer in horticultural excellence and encourage gardening for all ages. Furthermore to its gardens at Wisely, Rosemoor, Hyde Hall and Harlow Carr the Royal Horticultural Way of life organises the iconic Chelsea flower exhibit, which persons travel from worldwide to show to attend. With continuing to grow interested in gardening, the Royal Horticultural Society remains the world's leading horticultural society. Queen’s possesses been working with the Royal Horticultural Culture for more than a decade, faithfully reproducing a few of the fantastic botanic art kept in the archive. Patterns such as Hookers Fruit and Fruits du Soleil have grown to be timeless classics.

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