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. 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.

© 2010 Joanne Marshall