Aggie Horticulture: This site, from the Texas A&M Horticulture Program, features PLANTanswers, a question-and-answer forum about gardening in the South.
The American Hemerocallis Society: This site is dedicated to promoting the day lily -- a perennial plant of the genus Hemerocallis.
Atlanta Garden Connection: Articles and information for Southern gardeners.
Camellia Forest Nursery: Located in Chapel Hill, Camellia Forest Nursery is a retail source for camellias, trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants.
Colin's Garden: A walk through a beautiful "northern garden."
Consumer Horticulture: This site for the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service offers online bulletins, fact sheets, reference, and a host of other sources of information for North Carolina gardeners.
Fuchsias from Stockholm: Kenneth Nilsson provides information on fuchsias in English, Swedish and Dutch.
The Garden Gate: Provides links to useful and interesting gardening sites around the world as well as original materials.
The Gardening Launchpad: Every gardening link you will every need--in one place.
GardenWeb: A collection of gardening tips, forums, and resources including links to botanical gardens around the world and a mystery plant contest.
Howard Garrett's Basic Organic Program: This site from the Doctor of Dirt includes tips and information for beginner and experienced organic gardeners.
International Society of Arboriculture: This homepage for the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture includes tree pruning advice and tips for selecting an arborist.
ILoveGardens.com: Browse through this site's directory of public and private gardens for garden lovers to visit.
Keukenhof Gardens: Located in the Netherlands, Keukenhof is famous for its spring bulb displays.
Mike's Back Yard: Good before and after photos and how tos.
My Garden: Tom H. Robb provides botanical, horticultural and general gardening links from around the world.
The New York Botanical Gardens: This site provides information about the NY Botanical Gardens including access to the garden's library.
Niche Gardens: Niche Gardens is a mail order nursery located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Noah's Ark: An organic growers homepage.
North Carolina Arboretum: Nestled on 426 mountainous acres in Asheville, NC, the North Carolina Arboretum offers a variety of gardens as well as a bonsai collection.
North Carolina Botanical Garden: The NCBG, part of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, includes display collections, nature trails, the Coker Arboretum, and more on nearly 600 acres.
Perry's Perennial Pages: A source for herbaceous perennial information and related Internet links.
Pete's Pond Page: Information and resources for pond gardeners.
Reems Creek Valley Nursery: Includes the Gardener's Bulletin Board for questions and answers, as well as a Gardening Library with links to information about a variety of topics.
Royal Botanical Gardens: Located on 1100 hectares (2700 acres) of land in Hamilton, Ontario, the Royal Botanical Gardens contains over 40,000 recorded plants displayed in 50 collections.
Southern Living Gardens: This site, sponsored by Southern Living magazine, offers a variety of articles related to gardening in the South, as well as bulletin boards for posting questions or comments about Southern gardening.
The Treetures: A wonderful homepage from a Toronto nursery that has garden cartoons, information on perennials hardy in the north, and many other nice surprises.
Tom Clothier's Garden Walk and Talk: Tom starts about 2,000 plants from seed every year. His articles are very entertaining and instructive.
UD Botanic Garden: Enjoy this on-line tour of the University of Delaware Botanic Gardens.
Yahoo Garden Sites: A searchable index of gardening related Web pages.
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