I Love Gardening An free online gardening community featuring forums, blogs, photo galleries, a plant database and friendly knowledgable gardeners.
Glenns Garden A
Place for people who garden. Visit the forum or the resource area for
great information and ideas. Stop by and see the latest progress at the
urban and the woodland garden.
World Wide Pressed Flower Guild Brings the world's pressed flower artists together.
Gardening Tips & Reviews | Organic, Vegetable, & Indoor Gardening Discover organic gardening, indoor, and vegetable gardening,
along with reviews of gardening supplies.
Gardeners Info Point
: Information about garden design, gardening tools, garden styles,
tips, projects, starting with your first master plan for your garden
and many many other subjects
is a collaborative gardening resouce for information on how to select,
grow and care for the flowers, plants, shrubs and trees in your garden.
Best of all, you can edit any page and share your own knowledge thereby
helping gardeners around the world.
Flower Guide Has helpful information about buying, growing, and caring for flowers and plants. Also has information about silk plants.
American Bryological and Lichenological Society (ABLS) Devoted to the scientific study of all aspects of the biology of bryophytes and lichen-
Botanic Gardens Trust: Titan Arum
Also known by it's scientific name Amorphophallus titanum, this page
includes fascinating facts about the Titan Arum including where it
grows naturally, threat of extinction, and efforts to propogate the
Fran's Guide to Gardening Learn how to start gardening - an easy to follow step-by-step guide for beginners
The National Auricula & Primula Society
From cotton to curry, Britain and Asia have been exchanging ideas,
people and plants for over 400 years. Learn more through pictures and
stories from Plant Cultures
American Clivia Society
- bring together individuals interested in keeping, collecting, and
caring for any of the six species and interspecific crosses of Clivia.
Just for Gardeners! From quiet homes and first beginning, Out to the undiscovered ends,
The Meanings Of Most Flowers
Home Products Information and more this is the gardening area.
QC Flower Link Exchange
Is your flower site a perfect match for our index? We'd love to include
you if you think you're a good match. Just use the form below.
The Gardening Guru
The horticultural help you have been looking for is here just for the
asking. I am the Gardening Guru, here to answer your most
perplexing gardening questions, and to teach you how fun and enjoyable
gardening can be! I have numerous years of experience in the
horticulture field, from owning my own landscaping company, to
wholesale/retail/distributor general manager of a landscape supply
company, to Landscape Supervisor of an 81 acre county park, to
currently Executive Director of the Reeves-Reed Arboretum in Summit,
This site provides a unique personal empowerment, spiritual approach to
intuitive readings, as well as a vast array of other resources for the
spiritual seeker. Access your Spiritual Guidance and turn negative
karma into spiritual gold! Amazingly accurate & detailed online
psychic readings delivered with honesty, integrity & compassion by
phone, chat, email.
The Helpful Gardener
brings the pleasure of gardening to your home. Bookmark this site
because we are continually adding new articles, gardening tips, and
Swap, exchange or sell seeds & plants online Description: If you
have plants, seeds, bulbs or cuttings that you would like to swap,
exchange or sell, then you have reached the right site, welcome to
Plant-traders. Out of the UK
Gardening for Nutrition this
site has guidance for gardening with the purpose of maximizing
nutrition only crops which are easy to grow in temperate regions,
process easily, and make the most significant contributions to health.
Join botanists of Texas A&M as they explore the Flynn Bogs System.
Better Homes and Gardens: Plant Finder Offers plants for every corner of the garden.
Search for Plants by Botanical names to Common names or Common names to Botanical names
Welcome to postcards from the hedge
- a garden lover's site, dedicated to the art of topiary. So what
exactly is topiary? Here's what the Oxford English dictionary has
to say on the matter:
Mushroom Expert This
website is an attractive and informative site concerning mainly amateur
collecting of mushrooms. Links from the home page include observational
advice, reading and writing descriptions, using field guides, Latin
names, chemical tests, keys & monographs, preserving specimens and
mushroom photography, as well as how to use a microscope. Regarding
eating mushrooms, no advice is more important than using extreme
caution, and not relying on the advice of any one reference.
Something to Grow On
- All about nutrients, soil testing, fertilizing, liming, field-grown
trees & shrubs, soils, nitrogen cycle, pH, CEC, soluble salts,
There's a dear little plant that grows in our isle, 'Twas Saint Patrick
himself, sure, that set it; And the sun of his labor with pleasure did
smile, And with dew from his eye often wet it. It grows through the
bog, through the brake, through the mireland And they call it the dear
little Shamrock of Ireland
Welcome to the Internet home for Junkers, Dumpster Divers, Crafters, Artists, and Gardeners!
Osteospermum The African Daisy
Directory of reviewed agricultural sites. Includes links to nurseries
and greenhouses, seed companies, herb farms, garden supply, vegetable
growers, landscape companies, natural beauty, arts and crafts.
BlossomSwap.com The nook where backyard gardeners gather to trade secrets & treasures of the earth.
Introduction to Permaculture: Concepts and Resources
Permaculture and Sustainable Living & Livelihood
Plants by Mail FAQ The List of Catalogs
USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map
Ohio State University Web Garden
Secret Garden Shows the biodiversity and daily drama that takes place within the fences of a respectable garden.
The Garden Conservancy is
a national, nonprofit organization founded in 1989 to preserve
exceptional American gardens for the public’s education and
Cycad Photo Gallery Display of rare and unique cycad species from around the world.
The challenges of growing plants in the city include shadows from
buildings and trees, hectic schedules, and small spaces But the rewards
of eating that home grown fruit or vegetable and seeing the pastel of
flower colors make it worth while.
offer brilliant colour, beautiful flowers and a spectacular presence in
your garden. Proteaceae are tough, they flower most of the year and
survive with minimal care.
This is one of the most common and characteristic desert plants,
occurring as almost pure stands over large areas of land in the hot
deserts of North America.
Creosote Bush (Larrea tridentata) Creosote bush is a desert plant par excellence, a true xerophyte.
Creosote Bush Page The creosote bush is one of the most easily recognized and widespread of the desert shrubs.
Fragrance of the Desert - by Susan J. Tweit.
DesertUSA: Creosote Bush
Larrea divaricata Information on growing conditions, foliage and flower descriptions, and more.
The American Boxwood Society
(ABS) is a not-for-profit membership organization founded in 1961 and
devoted to the appreciation, scientific understanding and propagation
of the genus Buxus L. It was organized by a group of amateur and
professional boxwood enthusiasts.
Mystical World Wide Web: Plants, Flower, Vegetable, Fruit and Herb Mystical Beliefs
Mythical Plants of the Middle Ages The mythical plants our Medieval ancestors believed in; with period illustrations.
Missouri Botanical Garden Field Techniques Manual
If you looking for an guide on how to collect and store plants, what
better source than the Missouri Botanical Garden? Pages include an
introduction, finding specimens, collecting, pressing plants,
preserving plants before drying, drying and sorting, drying systems,
sorting at MO, mounting notes, packing checklist and recommended
Its Nature, History and Uses Provides information on its biological
relatives, its range, wildlife and human uses, and legends surrounding
Garden Club of Honolulu
Canadian Peony Society - Has membership information and newsletter.
The Gardener's Net A comprehensive on-line gardening
community containing information, content, and resources for all your
gardening needs. And, fun stuff too!
Yourself.com Includes fruit, flower, and vegetable gardening
Earth&Table is powered by its subscribers. The list functions
as a roundtable discussion for those interested in growing,
preserving, and preparing healthy and delicious food. Subjects range
from composting to book reviews, new seed technologies to irrigation,
raised beds to casseroles. Each issue includes reader tips, questions
and issues for discussion, as well as articles by both Ann and guest
The Oster site includes
everything from small kitchen appliance information to recipes and
offers customized picture packages that include slide shows,
graphics, animations, music, videos and a 3D Space all on a CD-Rom or
VHS tape, that will preserve your precious memories forever.This link
takes you to their gardening area.
Gardens This site has a very good collection of Gardening
This page has not been updated for quite a while, but does have some
Western Australian Seagrass
to Grow On All about nutrients, soil testing,
fertilizing, liming, field-grown trees & shrubs, soils, nitrogen
cycle, pH, CEC, soluble salts, & more!
Cirsium Web the thistle web site.
Desert NaturalistA great source for information on the
fantastic variety of life in the Sonoran Desert.
Mad About Amaryllis
Database containing 501 Frequently Grown Plants listed by
scientific name or cultivar. The data provided includes Cutting Type,
Age-Stage, When taken, Use of Auxin, Structure Used, Bottom Heat
Temp, % Rooting, Time to root, Care, Location.
Dr. Bob's Gardening Tips
The American primrose
Society We have two goals with this site: First, we
want to encourage anyone who enjoys growing primulas to become a
member of A.P.S. Second, we want to provide a resource site to our
CannaThis site from England has excellent information on and photos of various Cannas.
The Cyclamen Society
Cyclamen are a genus of plants containing 20 species, which are part of
the family of Primulaceae, the Primrose family. In the wild, their
distribution is centred on the mediterranean, being natives of parts of
Europe, western Asia and parts of North Africa. They are tuberous
plants and have no obvious affinity with Primroses, although they do
resemble the North American Dodecatheon in having reflexed petals.
CalendarDaily tips for the home gardener.
Weekend Gardener A weekly electronic Gardenig Guide
Interntional Society for Horticultural Science
The Perennial Gardener brougth to you by PBS.
Freeplants.com The web site that is all about propagating
landscape plants from scratch, landscaping, water gardening and lots
of other really cool gardening stuff.
The Magnolia Society
Holly Society of America
The Ginkgo Page A page devoted to the Ginkgo tree
Native Wildlife Gardening
The LivingHome Online
something New every day in gardening, remodeling, decorating and
designand many other home type diversions.
Society of Botanical Artists. The American Society of
Botanical Artists, Inc., ASBA, is a non-profit organization dedicated
to promoting public awareness of botanical art and to encouraging the
development of this continuing artistic tradition.
Society The Heather Society and its affiliated
societies have more infomation on heathers, from the heather family.
to the wild heathers of Europe an to the rare splendours of South
African heaths, from everyday culture including choosing, growing and
propagating hardy heathers to the most sophisticated heather garden
PlantAmnesty was founded in on October 22, 1987, by Cass Turnbull
as a crusade to "end the senseless torture and mutilation of trees
and shrubs caused by mal-pruning. " Our current and official mission
is "to end mal-pruning and improper landscape management practices,
and to promote awareness and respect for plants as an integral part
of our urban ecology.
Material Safety Data Sheet Searches MSDS give all the information required by law on any pestcide.
Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss Association
Mr Grow ask your
Plants for a future. Pages suggesting that plants may actually be of some use!
International Violet Assocation This page is dedicated to furthering the worldwide cultivation and understanding of the genus Viola. The main nexus for the IVA is Sweet Times, a quarterly publication dedicated to keeping "violeteers" fully informed about Violets and Violas, featuring articles as varied as gardening tips, historical/literary references, violet lore, latest medicinal and botanical research, and availability in the marketplace.