Tatton Garden Society (TGS)

Tatton Garden Society owns and manages the Arboretum and aims to promote science and research in horticulture and botany for the benefit of its members. It does this through providing lectures and garden visits. Membership costs ¬£30 for single and ¬£45 for joint and includes free membership to the Arboretum as well as a host of other benefits. Visit the ‘Join us‘ page for more information.

Royal Horticultural Society (RHS)

We’re proud to be an RHS partner garden. In addition to the four RHS Gardens, more than 200 independent gardens across the UK and overseas support the charitable work of the RHS by offering members free entry at selected times of the year. For more information visit

Andromeda Botanic Gardens

We’re proud to be partnered with Andromeda Botanic Gardens in Barbados. The gardens contain an unparalleled¬†collection of different plants from many other tropical and sub-tropical locations over six acres. Visit www.andromedabarbados.comto find out more.

Cheshire Wildlife Trust

Our partners and neighbours, the Cheshire Wildlife Trust run the Swettenham Nature Reserve which adjoins the Arboretum. You can spot a wide variety of flora and fauna and there are some beautiful walks through the woodland. Find out more at

Dorothy Clive Garden

Located in the woodland quarter of Staffordshire close to both the Shropshire and the Cheshire borders, the Dorothy Clive garden has delights and surprises whatever the season. There are many areas of diverse interest within this 12 acre, hillside garden. These include a new winter garden, an edible woodland, a woodland quarry with waterfall, an alpine scree and pool, rose walk and amazing seasonal borders. To find out more, visit


ArbNet is an interactive, collaborative, international community of arboreta and tree-focused professionals. ArbNet facilitates the sharing of knowledge, experience, and other resources to help arboreta meet their institutional goals and works to raise professional standards through the ArbNet Arboretum Accreditation Program.

International Plant Sentinel Network (IPSN)

The International Plant Sentinel Network (IPSN) is being developed to facilitate collaboration amongst institutes around the world, with a focus on linking botanic gardens and arboreta, National Plant Protection Organisations (NPPOs) and plant health scientists. you can find out more at

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