• Devon's Asylum Landscapes : An illustrated talk by Helen Whitmore and Judy Walton. Monday 6th November 2017. See Events section for information.
Devon Gardens Trust is devoted to the preservation and enhancement of gardens in the UK county of Devon

Join us

We are seeking new members to help us achieve our objectives. Our members do not have to have a registered landscape or a historic walled garden – many of our members have no garden at all – we are simply passionate about protecting green spaces for future generations, or learning about great Devon gardens and about the people who shaped them and manage them now, or we just enjoy the events organised by the Trust.

Gardening, and the appreciation of landscape design, is a lifelong learning experience.  As a member of the DGT you will find like-minded individuals, as well as plenty of experts willing to offer advice and assistance. Whilst we particularly wish to encourage student and professional gardeners, horticulturalists and arboriculturalists working in Devon to join the Trust, we welcome everyone with an interest in Devon’s fantastic designed landscapes.

To join or continue your annual subscription, please download and complete the application form here

Current Annual Subscription Rates
2017-2018

Adult£ 20
Two adults at the same address£ 30
Student/young person (under 25)£ 10
Individual Life Membership£ 200
Joint Life Membership (two adults at the same address)£ 300
School/non-commercial affiliate£ 30
Commercial affiliate£ 50

ORGANISATION
There are currently about 340 members of the Trust (January 2017). Details of the membership categories and subscription rates can be seen above. The Trust has a President and a number of Vice Presidents. The Council of Management consists of the Trustees (up to 20) and is responsible for the operation of the Trust. One third of the members retire at each AGM and the Chairman is elected annually by the Council.

The DGT operates a number of committees and groups in order to spread the workload.  The current committees are: