Welcome to the Norfolk Plant Heritage website



Norfolk Plant Heritage was formed in 1989 and in 2014 celebrated its Silver Jubilee. We are a large, lively, friendly, welcoming and active group.

The aims of Plant Heritage are reflected in our Group's interest in a wide range of garden plants, their cultivation and conservation.

In Norfolk we currently support eight National Collections. They are species Crocus, Gunnera, Fuchsia cvs. introduced by James Lye, Lavandula sect. Lavandula, dentata, pterostoechas & stoechas, Molinia, Muscari, Tall Bearded Iris raised by Bryan Dodsworth and The Peter Beales Old Rose Collection. 

We have a varied and interesting programme of talks, workshops, garden and nursery visits, short break holidays and social events. We also have two excellent Plant Fairs each year attended by local and national nurseries. Indeed, Norfolk Plant Heritage has one of the largest programme of events of any group.





To join Norfolk Plant Heritage you first have to become a National Plant Heritage member and then will automatically become a member of our group. You can join either by downloading the membership application form here or go to the site to join on line. You can find out more about the benefits of membership here.

Every care has been taken to ensure that the information contained in this website is both accurate and up-to-date. Norfolk Plant Heritage however, does not accept any liability to any party for loss, damage or inconvenience incurred by reliance placed on the information contained in this website or through omission or errors, howsoever caused. This is the official website of Norfolk Plant Heritage and the group cannot be responsible for any information published on any other website about this group. The inclusion of links on this site is in no way intended as a recommendation or endorsement of those sites. All pictures are covered by copyright. ┬ęcopyright 2016


Plant Heritage is a Registered Charity No 1004009/SC041785.