- Pumpkin Nook
(US). Pumpkin Nook is the internet authority and community for pumpkins and includes how to grow, facts and information, Halloween, Thanksgiving, pumpkin cookbook, fun and games and much more. You can even get a fortune cookie from the Fortune Pumpkin!
- African Violets on the Cheap
(USA). A Page Dedicated to Exploring Alternative Methods and Sources for Growing Beautiful Violets.
- Room of Saintpaulia
(Japan). African Violets & The Other Gesneriads WWW Site.
- Introduction to the Cycads
(California, US). Information on living cycads of Mexico, mostly in Spanish, is available from Q'Taxa at the University of California - Riverside.
(US). Information about Amaryllis or Hippeastrum flower such as origin, culture, and treatment.
- Amaryllis, The
(US). Various facts about the Amaryllis plant including potting, flowering, planting, bulbs, re-growth, and problems.
- Home Forcing of Potted Amaryllis
(North Carolina, US). Information about the potted Amaryllis including outdoor growing conditions, reflowering of the bulb, dividing older bulbs, and diseases and insects .
- Mad About Amaryllis
(Texas, US). A site concerning the home mangement of the amaryllis plant, with color photos and a caring for your amaryllis section.
- Aquatic and Wetland Plant Forum
(UK). A forum for discussion of current ideas and problems relating to the ecology, conservation, identification and taxonomy of wetland plants.
- Aquatic Botany Laboratory - North Carolina State University
(North Carolina, US). Primary research objectives of this laboratory are to examine the impacts of cultural eutrophication on freshwater, estuarine, and coastal habitats.
- Aquatic Gardeners Association
(North Carolina, US). An international organization of aquatic plant enthusiasts which produces a bi-monthly journal called The Aquatic Gardener.
- Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants
(Florida, US). Provide a variety of free and for-sale services and products such as plant images, meetings, books, and the Aquaphyte Newsletter.
- Victoria Lilies at the Missouri Botanical Garden
(Missouri, US). Contains information about the history and a list of the various species of the Victoria lily.
- Victoria Waterlily
(Oregon, US). Includes various news articles, pictures, and growing guides for the Victorian waterlily.
- Charms of Duckweed, The
(US). Information about the duckweed plant such as growth, flowering, dormancy, plant development, plant biochemistry, and plant physiology..
- Duckweed Aquaculture
(Europe). An essay written by various authors from Europe, Middle East and North Africa for use as a source for developing countries to acquire a new aquatic farming system
- Duckweed Clearinghouse
(US). Provides a single, comprehensive source of information on the duckweeds, intended to provide practical knowledge about the cultivation of this under-utilized family of plants
- Three Duckweed Genera
(North Carolina, US). A comprehensive photo journal of the North American Lemnaceae species
- Meyerowitz Lab - California Institute of Technology
(California, US). Studies several plant processes, using Arabidopsis thaliana as a model system including floral meristem identity, floral homeotic genes, floral patterning genes, and ethylene perception.
- Nottingham Arabidopsis Stock Centre
(UK). Contains information concerning stock catalogues, transcriptomics, and genome resource of the Arabidopsis
- Schneitz Lab - University of Zürich
(Switzerland). Interested in organ development, and aim at the elucidation of the genetic and molecular basis of the regulatory pathways controlling this process
- The Arabidopsis Information Resource
(Washington, US). Provides genomic and literature data about Arabidopsis thaliana, hosting a replicate of static Web pages, map displays, and sequence analysis programs from the Arabidopsis thaliana
- Yanofsky Lab - University of California, San Diego
(California, US). A molecular genetics laboratory attempting to decipher the molecular basis of flower development and mutations.
- Australian Bamboo Network
(Australia). A research organisation formed to promote the cultivation and use of the over 1200 species of bamboo known to exist throughout the world.
- Bamboo Web
(New York, US). Contains topics of bamboo information including, uses of bamboo, bamboo as a sugar substitute, bamboo pictures, and bamboo from around the world .
- International Network for Bamboo and Rattan
(China). An international organization that works to develop and assist in the transfer of appropriate technologies and solutions to benefit the peoples of the world and their environment.
- American Bamboo Society
(US). Made to increase all aspects of bamboo interest in America and to promote opportunities for sharing information, education, and awareness amongst the public.
- Florida Caribbean Chapter
(Florida, US). A non-profit organization dedicated to gaining knowledge and educating the public on bamboos, with emphasis on research and preservation and propagation of endangered species.
- European Bamboo Society (EBS)
(UK). An informal federation of national European bamboo societies dealing with bamboo, people and the environment.
- Bean Evolution and Genetics
(California, US). A project with works in bean evolution, domestication, genomics, mapping, and breeding.
- Bean Genes
(North Dakota, US). The main interest of this site is to provide one-stop shopping for information that is relevant to a species or group of species of beans.
(Italy). BeanRef is a collection of external links and references from literature to different aspects of research on beans .
- Bromeliad Biota
(Florida, US). Provide information to anyone who wants to learn about the Bromeliad Biota, whether professional biologist, bromeliad grower, schoolboy/girl wanting to undertake a school project, or newspaper reporter.
- Bromeliario Caire
(Brazil). Exclusively interested in the names and photos of the Bromeliads that occur in South Brazil.
(California, US). Script and pictures of various types of Bromeliflorae plants from around the world.
- Cryptanthus Online
(Australia). Documented pictures and texts of the Cryptanthus species, and other key features for Cryptanthus fans.
- ECOSUR Bromeliad Project
(Mexico). The overall objective of the project is the conservation of forests in Chiapas, with is information about the different aspects and the development of the project .
- Index to Genera of Bromeliaceae Illustrated
(Washington DC, US). An index of the different species of Bromeliaceae including the Brewcaria - Cottendorfia - Steyerbromelia - Tillandsia - and Vriesea .
- Orlandiana 96
(Florida, US). Includes information and pictures about the 1996 world bromeliad conference held in Orlando, Florida.
- Spanish Moss: Its Nature, History and Uses
(South Carolina, US). An abundent source of information for all aspects of the Spanish Moss .
- Absolute Authority on Cactus
(California, US). Provides you with links, content, community, and products on the subject of cactus.
- Amateur's Digest, The
(Canada). A bi-monthly publication for cactus fans, other succulents and caudiciforms; the site includes sections on plant/seed suppliers and books for sale .
- Arizona Cactus & Succulent Research, Inc.
(Arizona, US). A site dedicated to the world of desert plants, with special emphasis on the cactus; includes pictures and links to other similar sites.
- Brazilian Cacti in Cultivation
(Brazil). This site contains information and pictures of the cacti from the arid regions of northeastern Brazil and also those from the desert regions of Arizona.
- Brazilian Cacti Project
(Brazil). Dedicated to the popularization and conservation of the species of the Cactaceae family that occur in Brazil.
- Cacti & Succulent Forum
(US). This forum is meant for the discussion of cacti & succulents--how to care for them, recommendations for selections, sources for plants, etc.
- Cacti and Computer
(Germany). Contains information about cacti, links to other related sites, and photos of cactus species.
- Cactus and Succulent Plant Mall (CSPM)
(US). Includes the official webpages for the three largest Cactus and Succulent Societies in the world, each with information about their publications, local groups and other activities.
- Cactus Garage, The
(Australia). Contains cactus information, with photos and descriptions, a guide on how to create your own cactus garden, and a page of reference books on cacti.
(US). A web-page containing cactus nurseries, information, definations, history, tips for growing, and links to other sites.
- Gardening at Telperion Productions
(New Mexico, US). Essays on gardening and related subjects, with photos, journals, and magazines for the avid gardener.
- Hints on Growing Cacti and Other Succulents
(Texas, US). A resource for all those interested in collecting, growing, propagating, showing and the conservation of succulent plants.
- Justin Spiegel's Desert Cactus Page
(US). A resource for information concerning cacti and other succulents that thrive in the deserts and semi-deserts of mainly the western hemisphere (North and South America).
- Kaktus Austria
(Austria). A site offering tips, links and information about cacti for cactus-lovers.
- Mario's Cacti
(Italy). Will introduce you to many wonderful species of cacti, and help you in cultivating cacti successfully.
- Suite101.com: Cacti and Succulents
(US). A useful resource for informaion and links related to cacti and succulents from around the world
- Care of Christmas Cactus Important After Holidays
(Indiana, US). A service of the Consumer Horticulture Program at Purdue University made to inform about the care and growth of the Christmas Cactus
- Christmas Cactus
(Canada). A short informative essay on the growth conditions of the Christmas Cactus
- Christmas Cactus Diseases and Their Management
(Pennsylvania, US). Lists the names, pathogens, symptoms, and solutions to the various diseases of the Christmas Cactus
- Room 368a's Christmas Cactus
(US). Contains pictures with captions of the various Christmas Cacti grown by Dave Becker
- Succulent Society of South Africa, The
(South America). Promotes knowledge, the cultivation and conservation of succulents and makes a contribution to the protection and conservation of all indigenous flora and their habitat.
- Associazione Italiana Amatori delle piante Succulente
(Italy). Find numerous informations of the lifetime of our Society and about Cacti and Succulent plants with images and other news.
- Bakersfield Cactus & Succulent Society
(California, US). The goal is to foster an understanding of cultivating cactus through the sharing of our own experiences, guest lectures, field trips, and shows.
- British Cactus and Succulent Society
(UK). The objectives of the Society are to promote the study, conservation, propagation and cultivation of cacti and other succulent plants.
- Cactus and Succulent Societies
(US). These pages are a resource for all those interested in collecting, growing, propagating, showing and the conservation of succulent plants.
- Cactus and Succulent Society of America
(California, US). An international organization dedicated to education, protection and preservation of some of nature's most unique creations.
- Cactus and Succulent Society of New Zealand
(New Zealand). A branch of the Cactus and Succulent Society dealing with New Zealand's issues and operations.
- Los Angeles Cactus and Succulent Society
(California, US). Our purpose is the education, conservation and study of cacti and succulents around the Los Angeles area.
- San Diego Epiphyllum Society
(San Diego, US). A society from San Diego dealing with the Epiphyllum flower and other local flora in the area.
(Japan). A site dedicated to the Camellia flower dealing with gardens all over Japan, contains photos and links to other Camellia sites.
- Borneo Exotics
(Sri Lanka). They aim to help popularise Nepenthes by increasing awareness of their existence and understanding of their growing requirements.
- Carnivorous Plant Database
(California, US). A database that includes over 3000 entries giving an exhaustive nomenclatural synopsis of all Carnivorous Plants.
- Carnivorous Plant Knowledge Database
(Pennsylvania, US). Contained is growing guides for carnivorous plants, specific growing instructions, places to get carnivorous plants, CP societies, a web based message forum, and lots of pictures.
- Carnivorous Plants
(US). Information and pictures of the Byblis (Rainbow Plant), Cephalotus (Australian Pitcher Plant), Darlingtonia (Cobra Lilly), Dionaea (Venus Flytrap), Drosera (Sundews), Nepenthes (Tropical Pitcher Plants) and others
- Carnivorous Plants and Their Habitats
(US). Shows Carnivorous Plants in their natural habitat with information such as altitude and climate details
- Carnivorous Plants of South Australia
(Australia). This website was created with the intention of providing a range of comprehensive information on the carnivorous plants of South Australia
- Galleria Carnivora
(California, US). Galleria Carnivora is a museum dedicated to the fine art of carnivorous plant photography
- Lee Gentry's Carnivorous Plant Garden
(California, US). A site with information and methods to grow Carnivorous plants along with places to order seeds and plants
- Marcus' Carnivorous Plant Page
(UK). Contains some basic infomation on cultivation and the origins of carnivory, which answers such questions as why plants became carnivorous
- Steve's Carnivorous Plants
(Australia). A page about Steve's collection of Carnivorous plants
- Steven Furches's Carnivorous Plants
(US). A site with descriptions of the genus of plants such as Dionaea, Drosera, Cephalotus, Nepenthes, Sarracenia, Pinguicula, and links to other such sites.
- Web Directory: 100 Top Carnivorous Plant Sites
(US). A compository list of the best 100 Carnivorous Plant Sites on the internet.
- FAQ - Carnivorous Plant
(California, US). A site to learn about the ecology, cultivation, conservation, and taxonomy of carnivorous plants.
- Australian Carnivorous Plant Society, Inc.
(Australia). Made a significant contribution to the promotion, cultivation and conservation of carnivorous plants and has grown to an organisation with a world-wide membership of more than 200.
- International Carnivorous Plant Society
(California, US). An organization of horticulturists, conservationists, scientists, and educators all interested in sharing knowledge and news of carnivorous plants.
- Chrysanthemums in Scotland
(Scotland). A search site for web pages dealing with Chrysanthemums in Scotland and all over the world.
- Ian's Chrysanthemum Page
(UK). A site dealing in Chrysanthemum information, links, tips for growing, and other useful information.
- National Chrysanthemum Society
(California, US). Aim to educate by researching, teaching, and disseminating procedures for the propogation and cultivation of the chrysanthemum and improve the standard of excellence of the chrysanthemum.
- South Australian Chrysanthemum Centre
(Australia). An essay about growing Chrysanthemum's along with links and other information.
- Clematis in the Internet
(UK). The goal of the site is to collect and organize and link the material so, that the pieces together make a useful virtual book.
- Home of Clematis
(US). A public service to assist those who wish to grow the many varieties of Clematis with information and directions contained within.
- American Clematis Society
(California, US). A society of Clematis fans with photos, links, and a store containing merchandise for the Clematis lover.
- International Clematis Society
(US). Aims to improve and extend the cultivation of Clematis, and to disseminate knowledge of Clematis and Clematis culture by means of publications, promotions, exhibitions.
- Kentucky Daffodil Society
(Kentucky, US). An educational and social club dedicated to the Daffodil with goals to promote education about growing daffodils in Kentucky.
- Northern California Daffodil Society
(California, US). Established by a group of people who wanted to first and foremost authorities in growing daffodils, the society has several events during the year.
- Dahlia - What A Flower
(Oregon, US). A site consisting of Dahlia pictures, events, and links for the avid Dahlia fan.
- Dahlia Variabilis Diseases
(US). A page describing the various diseases of the Dahlia plant such as Tuber Rot, Dahlia Ringspot, and Dahlia Mosaic among others.
- American Dahlia Society
(US). The main goal of the society is increasing the growing and advancement of dahlias with membership oportunities and other benefits contained within the site.
- Colorado Dahlia Society
(Colorado, US). Aims to stimulate interest in and to promote the culture and development of the dahlia through an annual spring tuber sale, and the summer Dahlia Show among other events and projects.
- Dahlia Society of Alabama
(Alabama, US). Contains information about events sponsored by the Alabama division of the Dahlia society with membership opportunities contained within.
- Douglas County Dahlia Society
(Oregon, US). A site displaying information about past meetings and conventions dealing in the Dahlia flower along with future information of events to come.
- Minnesota Dahlia Society
(Minnesota, US). A site displaying pictures and show results of past Dahlia conventions along with membership information and records of past winners
- Snohomish County Dahlia Society
(Washington, US). This site is intended to provide useful information to anyone, novice or expert, interested in growing beautiful dahlias also containing links to other sites of interest to the Dahlia fan.
- American Hemerocallis Society
(US). A non-profit organization organized for educational and scientific purposes, to promote, encourage, and foster the development and improvement of the genus Hemerocallis.
- Daylilies Growing Along the Information Highway
(Texas, US). Interested in publicizing our favorite flower and its culture, the Daylily, aim to promote the daylily to the Internet Community and to provide daylily information to persons around the world.
- Daylilies Online (photos)
(North Carolina, US). The Internet's first extensive collection of daylily photos, dealing in a collection of digitized daylily photographs .
- Daylily Diary
(Canada). A site dealing in information about Daylily history, planting, propagating, and hybridizing; also containing a collection of photos for viewing.
- Daylily Exchange, The
(US). An intersection of daylily pages on the internet; links on this page will take you to the web sites of daylily enthusiasts, nurseries and hybridizers, national and state daylily associations and daylily gardeners .
- Hemerocallis - the Daylily
(Texas, US). A site of information and tips for the Daylily grower, along with pictures and info about daylily related events taking place at different times during the year.
- Jardins de L'Oubli Daylily Gardens
(Canada). Information about a private garden of more than 425 daylily cultures; also includes a Hemerocallis picture gallery
- Ferns A La Akron, OH
(Ohio, US). Dedicated to growing ferns outdoors; provides feedback on successes and some failures, also has pictures and descriptions of fern categorized by various characteristics.
- Ferns of the Canberra Region
(Australia). The site is about the wild ferns in part of southeastern Australia: where they grow; their ecology; with many photographs and detailed descriptions.
- Fungi and Primitive Plants of Western Kentucky
(Kentucky, US). Contains many photographs of fungi and other plants that are within Western Kentucky with descriptions and captions.
(Kentucky, US). This site is on ferns and fern allies in order to communicate information from research obtained such as classification and ferns as conservation agents .
- American Fern Society
(US). Exhists with the objective of fostering interest in ferns by encouraging correspondence and the exchange of information and specimens between members via its newsletter the Fiddlehead Forum.
- Hardy Fern Foundation
(Washington, US). A non-profit, organization established to provide a collection of the world's hardy ferns for display, testing, evaluation, public education and introduction to the gardening and horticultural community.
- Los Angeles International Fern Society
(California, US). An organization out of Los Angeles; site contains items such as links, meetings, events, and a gallery for viewing various ferns.
- Southwestern Fern Society
(Texas, US). A site that deals in ferns to help one nurture, grow, sell or hunt for specimens of various ferns.
- Brian's Fuchsia World
(US). A site dealing with Brians various Fuchsia's that he has grown over his lifetime.
- Fuchsia News: Metropolitan Essex Fuchsia Society
(UK). A site dealing with a group of enthusiasts who are interested in studying, growing, showing and having fun with their favorite plant, the Fuchsia
- Wouter's Fuchsia Page
(France). this site gives information about Fuchsias: cultivars, species, news, books, links, discussion, and pictures
- Australian Fuchsia Society
(Australia). A society dealing with all aspects of Fuchsia's in Australia including growing, pictures, and links to other such sites
- British Fuchsia Society
(UK). Contains information for members and prospective members of various activites and events that the society has engaged in and will soon commence in
- Coventry Fuchsia & Geranium Society
(UK). A society located in England with the aim of growing and showing of fuchsias and geraniums (pelargoniums)
- Swedish Fuchsia Society
(Sweden). A society of Fuchsia lovers; site contains information such as care, various species, tips for growing, and a data base of plants grown in the past.
(California, US). Contains links to various Geraniaceae information pages, Geraniaceae pictures, lists and other descriptions of the Geraniaceae Club & Society.
- Geraniaceae Group
(UK). Hope to bring together as many people as possible who are interested in the species, to encourage interest in growing plants, and also to encourage the exchange of information between members.
- Geranium Culture
(Nebraska, US). Indoor and outdoor care of geraniums, as well as propagation and other information are covered within this site.
- Geranium Culture for Home Gardeners
(North Carolina, US). This site contains a wealth of information on various Geranium topics including the types, tips for growing, and various diseases of the Geranium.
- Gesneriad Reference Web
(US). Documents the Gesneriads, with well over 1000 images and a number of botanically-oriented articles and provides an easy way of navigating to areas of special interest along with other features.
- Gesneriasts of Sweden
(Sweden). A site for those located in and around the area of Sweden to inform, show and talk about the Gesneriasts species.
- African Violet Society of America, Inc.
(US). The place to come on the web for information about African violets and other gesneriads; has links to other such sites and information concerning the society and its activities.
- Oakville African Violet Society
(Canada). A site for contacting various members of the society, finding out meeting times and information, and other useful applications.
- Triangle African Violet Society
(North Carolina, US). Aim to share information and knowledge concerning the culture, showing, propagation, grooming, and buying of African Violets.
- American Gloxinia and Gesneriad Society
(US). Introduces you to the American Gloxinia and Gesneriad Society, and to tell you about the exciting gesneriad plant family.
- Alan R. Eaton - Competitive Grower Atlantic Giant Pumpkins
(Canada). A site comparing and contrasting the top five hundred largest grown pumpkins.
- Australian Giant Pumpkins
(Australia). Site contains information, results, and photos from weigh-offs in the past couple of years plus some links to other giant pumpkin pages
(US). Provide an interactive web site to the giant pumpkin growing community, also promotes the exciting sport/hobby of giant pumpkin growing by helping new comers get started.
- Bruce's Atlantic Giant Pumpkin Diary
(US). A diary of a Giant Pumpkin grower; contains information and tips for the everyday grower of the Giant Pumpkin.
- Algy's Herb Page
(US). A site with links and other categories for the discussion and uses of various herbs.
(US). Contains news of agricultural developments along with a complete, searchable text of the two-volume, 900-page A Modern Herbal text.
- GreyWing's Herbal
(US). Information on all categories of of the herb such as What is an herb?, herbal history, harvesting and drying, and horticultural term.
- Henriette's Herbal
(Finland). On this site you'll find medicinal and culinary herbfacts, herbal newsgroup, mailing list archives, and links to other related sites.
- Herbal Bookworm
(Oregon, US). Focuses on reviews of herbal medicine text. Emphasis on core principles, philoshophical and therapeutic of modern western medicine.
- Silver Sage: The Outrageous Herb Lady
(California, US). Contains articles on using herbs for medicinal uses, what herbs make wonderful baths, recipes, herbal history, homeopathy, aromatherapy, herbal lore, and ritual uses of herbs.
- Tara's Herbal Garden
(Australia). This site has various uses for and information on herbs such as how to combat the common cold, a recipe for herb vinegar, planting guide suited to the southern hemisphere, and many others topics of interest.
- Whole Herb
(Vermont, US). For people who are fascinated by the fragrant world of herbs; contains tips on growing and using herbs along with other useful information.
- Canadian Herb Society - CHS
(Canada). A national non-profit association. Founded to provide accurate information, education, networking, and representation for all those with an interest in herbs.
- Herb Society (UK)
(UK). The Herb Society aims to increases the understanding, use and appreciation of herbs and the benefits to health.
- Herb Society of America
(Ohio, US). Dedicated to promoting the knowledge, use and delight of herbs through educational programs, research, and sharing the experience of its members with the community.
- Southern California Unit
(California, US). Contains links for those in Southern California who wish to find information and other topics of interest concerning agriculture.
- Wildcrafting Ethics
(Oregon, US). This site contains information for those who wish to begin the art of wildcrafting; such as a checklist for the beginner, what plants to and not to pick, along with other such tips.
- Wildcrafting for Beginners
(Oregon, US). A site for the novice who wishes to start a career of wildcrafting with a comprehensive guide for the beginner.
- Australian Native Hibiscus Family
(Australia). Site contains the Hibiscus world collection of Australian native Hibiscus, links to other sites, and other Hibiscus information.
- Tropical Hibiscus
(Sweden). Site contains directions for the Tropical Hibiscus grower; site contains hibiscus information, pictures, a brief background, and other topics of interest.
- American Hibiscus Society
(Florida, US). Encourages and promotes the development and improvement of hibiscus and collects, records and passes on information concerning the hibiscus.
- Hibiscus Society of Queensland
(Australia). Find all things hibiscus by using this site including local events, membership information, links, and hibiscus information.
- Lone Star Chapter, American Hibiscus Society
(Texas, US). Organized for charitable, scientific, and educational purposes; the societies objective is to encourage and promote the development and improvement of hibiscus.
- Space City Chapter, American Hibiscus Society
(Texas, US). A local group of hibiscus growers and enthusiasts; aim to learn how to grow better hibiscus, how to improve root cuttings, and how to graft your own plants.
- Sunset Chapter, American Hibiscus Society
(Florida, US). Contains tips on how local enthusiasts successfully grow tropical hibiscus in the Tampa Bay area along with society information.
- Hostas in North America
(Washington, US). Site contains an article for Diana Grenfell's new book, The Gardeners Guide to Growing Hostas, a book published in the U.K.
- Mark's Hosta Habit
(US). A site dealing in pictures, information, and links to other sites dealing in the Hostas family of plants.
- Shaded Perennial Gardens
(Pennsylvania, US). Site is about growing perennial shade plants in southwestern Pennsylvania with main interest in the HOSTA (Funkia) family.
- American Hosta Society
(US). A society dedicated to study and improvement of the genus Hosta and the dissemination of scientific knowledge about them.
- Upstate New York Hosta Society
(New York, US). a non-profit educational society formed to foster and promote knowledge of the genus Hosta; encourages the introduction of the genus into cultivation, and the development of new and improved varieties.
- Western New York Hosta Society
(New York, US). Site contains a newsletter written by society members, links to other related sites, and upcoming events.
- Hoya Hoya Hoya
(US). Site contains a gallery of hoya grown by the creator of the site, an area where you will find hoya to exchange, and various links to hoya related sites.
- Hoya Page
(US). Contains information on various Hoya genus, the history and culture of the Hoya, and links to other related site.
- Ohh Yeah Hoya!
(Hawaii, US). Contains a wide variety of photos of various types of Hoya plants, information about the plant, and links to other sites.
- Swedish Hoya Society
(Sweden). A Swedish site depicting the various genus of Hoya in and around Sweden.
(Washington, US). Presents horticultural information on hydrangeas such as propagation techniques, pruning practices, reviews of books written on the genus, and listings of nurseries specializing in Hydrangeas.
- Irises [clarku.edu]
(Pennsylvania, US). A site designed to inform those about the Iris plant; contains links, essays, and other information.
- Irises [muohio.edu]
(Ohio, US). Site contains tips on Iris taxonomy, cultural tips, landscape and cutting uses, award winners, frequently asked questions, and other information.
- Japanese Irises
(Japan). Contains a wide variety of Iris pictures along with links to other Iris sites.
- American Iris Society (AIS)
(Pennsylvania, US). A society that exists for the sole purpose of promoting the culture and improvement of the Iris.
- Aril Society International
(New Mexico, US). The Aril Society International is a group of dedicated iris enthusiasts devoted to promoting the aril and arilbred irises.
- Historic Iris Preservation Society
(New Zealand). A site created to facilitate exchange of ideas and information among irisarians throughout the world.
- Society for Pacific Coast Native Iris
(California, US). A site that tells about membership in the SPCNI, each of the different Pacific Coast native iris species, and how PCN iris have become garden favorites.
- Species Iris Group of North America
(US). Dedicated to the study of the wild species of the genus iris and related iris in order to promote a wider appreciation of these plants and their hybrids as garden ornamentals.
- California Native Plants
(California, US). A site dedicated to the preservation and protection of the plant life native to the great state of California.
- Central Washington Native Plants
(Washington, US). A site dealing with the plants native to Washington; includes photographs of the endemic and cordilleran species.
- Green Landscaping with Native Plants
(US). A site informing the individual on how to engage in natural landscaping with native wildflowers and grasses.
- How to Plant a Native Hawaiian Garden
(Hawaii, US). Site contains a handbook for community members who are interested in establishing a native Hawaiian garden in their own homes.
- Native Plants Forum
(US). Site contains a message board for those who wish to ask and answer questions concerning native plants in their respective area.
- Native Plants of South Florida
(Florida, US). This collection of pages provides information and pictures of many plants native to Florida, and some of the troublesome exotics as well.
- Pacific Northwest Native Wildlife Gardening
(Oregon, US). A site on how to garden with Pacific Northwest native plants in your very own yard; information, tips, and instructions contained within.
- Why Grow Natives?
(California, US). An essay depicting why the individual should grow native plants; information such as no soil preparation is necessary and costs are much lower are just a few contained within.
- Orchid Weblopedia, The
(Texas, US). A non-profit organization providing free services without membership requirements to all interested parties, aiming at the benefit of the Orchid.
- Linda's Orchid Page
(US). A site describing all about Orchids such as what are Orchids, a short history of orchids, links, and a photo gallery.
- Nature: Obsession With Orchids
(New York, US). An educational site about the Orchid with information such as new techniques being used to increase orchid populations and how orchids beguile animals and humans.
- Orchids of Wisconsin
(Wisconsin, US). Contains Orchid species accounts, photos, typical taxonomic descriptive information of similar species to aid in identification, habitat information, and blooming dates.
(Texas, US). Aims to instruct and educate on the Orchid Phalaenopsis, one of the easiest orchids to grow especially for in-door culture; site contains links and a photo gallery along with other information.
(California, US). Encourages interest and enthusiasm for orchid cultivation, conservation and appreciation, and provides a comfortable and positive vehicle for people of all kinds to give their time and talents to AIDS relief.
- The Flower of Christmas Eve
(US). A story of how the New World is represented in Christmas legend by only one plant, the poinsettia.
- Poinsettia FAQ
(Louisiana, US). Site contains growing information, the story of the Poinsetia, and other information.
- Poinsettia Pages, The
(Illinois, US). Site contains history & legends, Poinsettia facts. selecting Poinsettias, caring for Poinsettias, and links.
- Texas Poinsettia Producers Guide
(Texas, US). Made to assist commercial poinsettia producers with many of the cultural and economic problems experienced under Texas growing conditions.
- Audio Health Library: Poison Ivy/Oak/Sumac
(US). Site contains a wealth of information in REAL AUDIO on Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac.
- Health World: Medical Self-Care for Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac
(US). Site contains information on Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac first aid, prevention, and questions frequently asked.
- Healthline: Poison Oak
(US). Answers questions on Poison Oak skin care, medical supplies, and Medical Services.
- Let's Talk about Poison Oak
(California, US). Helps in the study the photos, the plant in all of its forms, and reading the links as a summary of information on poison oak
- Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac Information Center
(US). Dedicated to those individuals that have ever experienced and suffered through the itching and painful rashes associated with contact of an oil called urushiol from these plants
- Poison Oak and Ivy Translation Project
(California, US). A multinational consortium with translators at work around the clock to allow the world to know what to watch for in the Oak and Ivy plant
- Poison Oak!
(California, US). A comprehensive guide on information on the Poison Oak plant
- California Poppies
(California, US). pages intend to provide general information about the genus, an account of the research activities, and links to other resources about the California poppy.
- Erowid Poppy Vault
(US). Contains information such as harvesting opium from Poppies, medicinal uses of Poppies, and making Poppy tea.
- Making Poppy Tea
(US). Contains instructions on how to make tea from Poppies.
- Papaver Somniferum
(US). A resource for poppy growers with the goal to get an open discourse going about this unique plant and the many issues and controversies surrounding it.
- Plant of Joy, The
(US). A comprehensive history of the poppy plant and the long journey of opium through time.
- Andean Botanical Information System (ABIS)
(Peru). Represents an effort to provide information from the floristic and systematic investigations of the phanerogams plants of Andean South America.
- Arkansas Biodiversity: The Vascular Flora
(Arkansas, US). Site provides a great deal of specific information on the vascular plants of Arkansas.
- Atlas of Tennessee Vascular Plants
(Tennessee, US). Contains hybrids and varieties that are mapped in an online atlas, included within the species totals of the region.
- Atlas of the Flora of New England
(Massachussetts, US). Site contains the complete first two installments of information on treating pteridophytes, gymnosperms, and Poaceae .
- CalFlora Database
(California, US). A botanical resource for California on the internet; contains information and numerous databases for research.
- California's Coastal Plants
(California, US). Contains information on the distinct habitats, varied soils, and microclimates, in combination with millions of years of semi-isolation by the Pacific Ocean, of California.
- Check-list of the Flowering Plants and Ferns of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly
(UK). Contains a check-list of the flowering plants and ferns of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
- Conspectus of the Vascular Plants of Madagascar Project
(Missouri, US). An international, multi-institutional effort with the aim to facilitate new and revised treatments for the flora of Madagascar.
- Eastern Mojave Vegetation
(California, US). A site which aims to inform the viewer about the Geology, Ecology, and Botany of the Mojave.
- Flora of China
(China). Site contains brief descriptions, identification keys, essential synonymy, phenology, and provincial distribution of flora in China
- Flora of North America
(US). Provide authoritative, up-to-date information on the names, relationships, characteristics, and distributions of the approximately 21,000 species of plants that grow outside of cultivation in North America north of Mexico
- Florida Plants Online
(Florida, US). A guide to Florida's plant life; includes information and tips for growth
- Hardy Palm Trees and Ferns Around DC
(Washington DC, US). This site showcases both palm trees and ferns that can survive the often snowy winters of the Washington, DC area.
- Ione Chaparral
(California, US). Developed to increase the knowledge of the Ione Chaparral; a unique habitat located 90 miles due east of San Francisco in the Sierra Nevada foothills.
- Pennsylvania Flora Project
(Pennsylvania, US). Its main emphasis includes the maintenance of the Pennsylvania Flora Database, a searchable subset of which is online, and information for the common individual.
- University of Connecticut Plant Database
(Connecticut, US). Dedicated to the ornamental attributes, appropriate use, and identification of landscape plants suitable for the Northeast and areas with similar climates.
- Virtual Field Trip Through an East Central Texas Bog
(Texas, US). Site contains information on the many types of bogs located in East Central Texas.
- Wisconsin Fast Plants
(Wisconsin, US). Contains help for teachers, students, and scientists on the various fast plants of Wisconsin.
- Wisconsin Vascular Plants
(Wisconsin, US). Aims to inform persons on the various information on Vascular plants in the Wisconsin and surrounding area.
- Helge's Rhododendron Page
(Norway). A collection of photos showing Rhododendrons and Azaleas; photos of each plant are accompanied by a short description stating size, time of blossom, hardiness and origins.
- Henning's Rhododendron & Azaleas Pages
(Pennsylvania, US). The goal of this site is to share this information with those who share a love for the Genus Rhododendron.
(Washington, US). A site consisting of addresses, links and pics devoted to these extraordinary flowering plants.
- Virtual Rhododendron Garden
(North Carolina, US). Site contains a wide vareity of photographs of hybrid Rhododendrons along with other types.
(Hawaii, US). Provides researchers, managers and the public with information that will help foster understanding of Seagrasses; a very important marine resource.
- Western Australian Seagrass
(Australia). Provides information for researchers and the general public to improve awareness of what seagrass research is underway and to inform of the important role of it in our coastal ecosystems.
- Helianthus annuus
(US). Site contains related links on Helianthus annuus and other general information .
- Organic Fertilizers
(India). Vasumitra Bioteks has developed new organic fertilisers which show phenomenal results in plant growth and also engage in finding solutions to agricultural problems
- Citrus Research International
(South Africa). Site serves to clarify the different roles that CRI plays within the Southern African citrus industry and aids technology transfer between these parties.
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