DIRECTORY FOR BOTANY: GARDENING
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NB. Horticultural Societies are
listed on a separate page, as also arboreta
and botanical gardens, and newsgroups
related to garden plants.
- African Violets On-Line
- The Alpine
Garden (Home of the East Lancashire Group's Web Site, UK).
A resource, link and new information site for alpine
gardeners and enthusiasts and home of the East Lancashire
Group of The Alpine Garden Society.
- The American
Cottage Gardener, USA. A horticultural quarterly
exploring the panglobal cottage gardening style from the
perspective of North American climate conditions,
cultivars and adaptavars.
- Annual Flower
Garden of Seppo Vesterinen, Finland. Garden
encyclopedia of annual flowers, bedding plants and tender
perennials grown as half hardy annuals in the north.
Species descriptions, varieties, history, sources, flower
- Atlanta Garden
Connection Inc., USA.
Correspondence Schools: Gardening and Horticulture.
Links, Publications, Articles, Distance Education etc in
all areas of horticulture & gardening incl sections
on Herbs, Tropicals, Ferns, Orchids, Roses, Vegetables
Ornamental plants & more.
Resources on the Internet
- The Big Island
Association of Nurseryman, Hawaii, USA
- Bloemenhoek - A
Specialised Nursery, Utrecht, the Netherlands.
Bloemenhoek is a Dutch nursery specializing in unusual
perennials and alpine plants.
- Bonsai Clubs
Bonsai Primer, UK. A guide to the creation and care
- Bonsai -
puu ruukussa, Sami Poikonen, Jyväskylä, Finland.
Bonsai information in Finnish.
- Bonsai Web, USA
- Books: Profits from
your Herb & Flower Garden. Friday Harbor,
Washington-based publisher San Juan Naturals presents
three titles and a newsletter by Lee Sturdivant.
- Botanique. Links
to botanical gardens and gardening sites in Canada and
Info Page is dedicated to providing information about
- Butterfly WebSite.
The site is designed for gardeners, teachers, students,
butterfly farmers, and naturalists. It references over 70
articles on butterfly gardening.
- The Cactus and
Succulent Plant Mall, UK. An Internet resource for
all growers of cacti and succulent plants. It will be
regularly updated with information on cactus and
succulent societies and suppliers of plants, seeds and
literature on cacti and succulents.
- Calendar of
Garden Events. searchable database of events in the
U.S.A and Canada, related to gardening, botany, and
horticulture, such as workshops, lectures, seminars,
flower shows, etc. Users may add events via an online
- California Rare Fruit
Growers, Inc., USA. Founded in 1968, California Rare
Fruit Growers (CRFG) is the largest amateur fruit-growing
organization in the world, with members in 48 states and
U.S. territories, and 30 countries. The membership of
CRFG includes many nationally recognized botanical
gardens, international rare fruit enthusiasts, commercial
fruit growers, and internationally recognized
Organic Growers' Society, Australia. The Canberra
Organic Growers Society Inc. is a non-profit organisation
which was started in 1977 with the broad aim of providing
a forum for organic growers to exchange information and
encourage the broader public to adopt organic growing
Chase-Cross Garden, a private garden in Halifax, Nova
in Scotland by Paul Barlow, Aberdeen, Scotland,
member of the National Chrysanthemum Society (NCS) and a
member of the management committee for the Scottish
Cold-Rating DataBank. Learn about general concepts of
selecting, planting, and protecting palms, cycads, and
tropicals in temperate zones with occasional and frequent
Cool Tropics - Grow coldhardy palms, cycads,.. from seed.
The site interactively collects freeze-data on palms,
cycads, and other tropical plants. Plus, has a lot of
information on how to plant these tropicals in a
Organic Gardens, Kingman, Arizona, USA
Into My Garden by Tom H. Robb, Texas, USA; dedicated
to the Master Gardener Program, contains links to
worldwide gardening, horticultural and botanical sites.
Garden. Dedicated to the Old, Odd & Rare; Rose
- The Cyber
Plantsman by Barry Glick, at Sunshine Farm
& Gardens, Greenbrier County, West Virginia, USA.
- Daylily (Hemerocallis) sites:
American Hemerocallis Society, USA.
Daylily Gardens, USA
Gardens. Chaparral Gardens specializes in
modern hybrid daylilies. It is located atop a
small ridge in the Sierra Foothills, California,
Daylily Diary. Charlotte Chamitoff's Daylily
Diary is a fine link platform for daylily
(Hemerocallis) growers. There are hundreds of
photographs as well as online daylily catalogs.
You can also check out the new 1998 A.H.S.
introductions by some of the countries foremost
Daylily Corner, USA. Specializing in Daylily
Catalogs full of 50+ Pictures; Daylily Software
for invoicing, customers, and inventory; easy to
read Plant Labels; Web Pages, Layout Printed
Daylily Exchange, USA. The purpose of this
page is to provide a convenient and easy way of
accessing the commercial daylily resources
available on the internet.
Growing Along the Information Highway (USA).
Daylilies Growing Along the Information Highway
is brought to you by a supporter of Friends of
the Daylilies--a group of American Hemerocallis
Society (AHS) members.
Online, USA. An extensive collection of
high-resolution daylily photos maintained by Nick
Daylily Place, USA.
- The Daylily by Bill Jarvis, USA. A variety
of Daylily information including culture,
hybridizing, using daylilies in landscaping, and
pictures of named cultivars.
Page for the Friends of the Daylilies, USA. Hemerocallis
information by Friends of the Daylilies - a group
Hemerocallis Society members.
Smith's Daylily Homepage
- Shields' Daylily
- Dig Magazine - Home
and Garden, USA. A Home and Garden Diversions
magazine, featuring nationally known writers, the Dig
Calendar, online Forums, and more.
Delphiniums, New Zealand. Delphiniums grown and bred
in New Zealand with cultural information and details of
common pests and diseases.
Texas Piney Woods Gardening. A site devoted to the
many horticultural interests located in East Texas.
- Excavations at Villa
Bitricci, N Italy by David Giese, University of
Varieties Website. A North American site consisting
of 11 pages (including 20+ photos, drawings, charts and
tables) on horticultural varieties of Ficus carica and a
few closely related species. Personal site of Ray Givan
(email@example.com), the Coordinator of the Fig
Interest Group of North American Fruit Explorers (NAFEX)
Plantes, Jardins - la revue francophone du jardinage,
- Florafest Orchids
Australia. One of Australia's oldest & largest
commercial orchid nurseries, with Australian native and
exotic orchids. Here you can find hundreds of images,
numerous articles and culture notes on all orchid genera
including unique Australian species & the latest
Council of Bromeliad Societies. The Council is
dedicated to serving the bromeliad enthusiasts of
- Florida Plants
Online (Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA). Organized
resources in topics of Everglades restoration, Florida
native plants, wetlands flora, agroecology, habitats of
Florida, Florida horticulture, Florida botany, Florida
- Florida State
Horticulture Society, USA
- Fruits and
Vegetables Market Prices by Today's Market
Fuchsias des origines a nos jours (Francoise Omnes,
- Garden Designer CD-ROM
(Russia). Online Encyclopedia of plants and Garden
Planner (CD ROM review). Encyclopedia contains
information about 3000 plants growing in a given
district. Information based on 25 parameters (such as
form, sizes, color, ecology, usage and etc.). Each plant
is illustrated with colored pictures. You can select
necessary plant by various criteria and place it on the
plan of the garden using the encyclopedia. The garden
planner. It is a graphic editor, oriented to create
the architectural plans for gardens and parks. The editor
uses realistic images of garden objects and contains 200
standard elements. The objects are chosen from the
following groups: paths, ponds and pools, sportgrounds,
buildings, vehicles, fences, illumination, decorative
objects, plants. There are 100 garden plants for
different purposes in program library. You can print any
plan you want.
Garden Gate on the Prairienet, Karen Fletcher, USA.
Garden Gate's World Wide Web pages offer gardeners and
nature lovers links to useful and interesting sites
around the world, as well as a growing collection of
- Garden Guides,
Resource for the Gardener. - Gardening
Webpage Index by the GardenGuides.
- Gardener Insect
Help (Jim Hammond, USA). This provides information
primarily designed to be applied in the home garden or
household by the average gardener.
Gardening Archive at the Lysator www site in Sweden
has an emphasis on plants suitable for a temperate or
cold temperate climate.
Resources (compiled by Travis Saling)
at Telpering Productions. Especially Iris
information and links.
on Suite 101. Thirty-one passionate gardeners write
regularly updated columns in their areas of expertise,
conduct ongoing discussions and question and snaswer
forums, and rate and review the best web sites in their
subject area. Includes gardening in Ireland, England, and
Australia, organic gardening, gardening in the US:
Southern Gardening, Midwest Gardening, Texas Gardening,
California Gardening, plus shade gardening, daylilies,
daffodils, orchids, ornamental grasses, garden design and
- GardenNet, USA
- a resource center for garden enthusiasts. - Garden
Ardent Gardener - Garden
Net's Guide to Internet Garden Resources
- The Garden Path
Site Directory, USA
- The Garden
Spider's Web, Karen Fletcher, USA.
- The GardenWeb,
Geophyte Page gives information on bulbs, corms,
tubers, and other geophytic plants and is primarily
oriented towards commercial growers, forcers, and
retailers. The Page is coordinated by Dr. William B.
Miller of The Department of Horticulture at Clemson
[ Erodium, Geranium, Monsonia, Pelargonium, Sarcocaulon,
Culture. Indoor and outdoor care of geraniums, as
well as propagation,are covered here.
Culture for Home Gardeners by Alice B. Russell,
Extension Specialist, Consumer Horticulture, Department
of Horticultural Science, North Carolina Cooperative
Extension Service, North Carolina State University.
- Green Guerillas
Home Page (New York, USA). New York City's original
community gardening organization, founded in 1975.
- Grodd och
Planta (gardening information in Swedish). Lots of
pages dealing ornamental plants, herbs and vegetables.
Site maintained by Eva Öhman.
Gardening Shareware Page. GROW'EM v4.0 -
well-illustrated plant-growing software: grow plants from
seed, cuttings, etc. 300-some species, propagating
techniques in depth, detailed info on growth media,
composting, lighting, etc. Maintained by Paul Postuma,
- The GrowRoom, USA
- Hardy Fern
Foundation, USA. HDF is a non-profit, membership
organization established to provide a comprehensive
collection of the world's hardy ferns for display,
testing, evaluation, public education and introduction to
the gardening and horticultural community.
210 - Discovering Horticulture, Ohio State
University, Department of Horticulture & Crop
600 - Quality, Ethics, and the Global Environment,
Ohio State University, Department of Horticulture &
Hebe Society: for Hebes & other Native plants of New
Zealand. The Hebe Society promotes Hebes, sophoras,
coprosmas etc. and any native plants of New Zealand. It
was started in the UK 10 years ago and is affiliated to
the RHS. It maintains 'Reference Collections' of Hebes,
Parahebes etc in various parts of the UK. It has links
with professional members in New Zealand, USA, Ireland
and Denmark. The International Registra is a member. The
society is endevouring to produce a check list of Hebes.
Hydroponics. "Information on everything you need
to grow indoors."
and Molecular Biology by Mick Partis, UK. This page
and associated documents host the newsletter of an EU
research programme on onion quality, offers links to
suppliers of chemicals and scientific equipment, lists
numerous laboratory protocols, safety information and
many useful molecular biology and horticulture web sites.
Trades Association (HTA), searchable directories of
wholesale nurseries, retail nurseries, garden centres,
landscapers, plants, brand names, professional products,
retail products, official societies and organisations,
training and education and more (UK-specific).
- The Horticultural
Web, New Hampshire, USA.
- Horticulture Online.
Horticulture magazine, America's oldest gardening
magazine, is now online. It features articles from the
magazine, a garden planner, plant finder, and zone
finder, an online garden shop, live chat, upcominge
events, links, and much more.
in Virtual Perspective by Department of Horticulture
and Crop Science The Ohio State University, Columbus,
Solutions, USA. The Solutions Series is designed to
provide information on topics in Foods and Nutrition,
Consumer and Family Economics, and Horticulture. Sources
of information include the University of Illinois, United
States Department of Agriculture and other land grant
- Hosta Helper.
A resource of free information and links for Hosta
in North America by Warren Pollock
to Prune Trees - A guide by USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Area
State and Private Forestry, USA.
- Hydrangea Home
Page from Washington, USA. Source of botanical and
horticultural information on the genus Hydrangea. Sources
(catalogs & nurseries), literature, societies and
photographs will be maintained and updated frequently.
- Inter Urban Water Farms, Riverside, California,
Mailing List Homepage, Stanford, USA. Hydroponics is
the science of growing plants without soil.
- ICanGarden -
Canadian Internet Gardening Resource. An extensive
resource site for Canadian amateur or professional
gardeners, maintained by Donna Dawson St. Albert,
- InfoGarden Plant
Finders, New Zealand. Searchable database on where to
find 27000 plants and seeds from 174 nurseries in New
- The Internet
- Internet Gardening
Magazine. Monthly magazine for UK and European
gardeners with articles on all gardening subjects plus
e-mail advice line, information, plant seed and bulb
brochures, gardening design and software, and specialist
nurseries. Published by Southerwood Publishing based in
the South West of England.
by Jim Wilson, USA
- Ithaca Gardens,
Ithaca, New York, USA. A regional gardening server with
Bonsai Web by Hiroyuki Maekawa, Japan
Irises - Ian Black's gardening pages, USA
& Mindy's WebGarden, USA
- Johnny's Selected
Seeds Home Page, Albion, Maine, USA. Johnny's
Selected Seeds is a mail orders supplier of vegetable,
herb and flower seeds.
Irvin's Page - The University of Arkansas, USA.
Commercial Horticulture & Agriculture, Home
Gardening, Horticultural Research.
Büropflanzen Lexikon, Dirk Schwarz, University of
Grower's Almanac, Michigan, USA. Northern Climate
Gardening. Master Gardener, Perennial Gardener and Fruit
Holmes' Hardy Palm Information USA. Information on
species of palms which are easily grown in temperate
areas. Includes cultural information, tips for winter
protection, sources for plants, links to other sites.
puutarhaoppilaitos / Lepaa Gardening School, Hattula,
& Lists...© Favorite Hibiscus Species, Varieties,
and Cultivars. Species & cultivar lists of the
genus Hibiscus & Malvaceae family.
Selections from 5,000 cultivars of tropical Hibiscus
rosa-sinensis, arranged by categories in
- Mark's Hosta
Gardener Information.Texas Agricultural Extension
Service, USA - information on fruits and nuts, flowering
plants, annual and perennial ornamental trees and shrubs,
turf grasses, and vegetables.
- Master Gardener
(Washington State University, USA)
Essex Fuchsia Society /Fuchsia News (UK)
Atlantic Bonsai Enthusiast, USA. A collection of
resources for the bonsai tree enthusiast. Includes:
classified page, events page, links page, local page,
travel page Find: clubs, botanical gardens, institutions,
nurseries, maps, pots, plants, tools.
- The Mining Co. Guide
Botanical Garden Horticultural Database
- Museum of
Garden History, Lambeth Palace, London, UK The
world's first Museum of Garden History's WWW site is a
first stop for garden enthusiasts to find out about:
plants and shrubs, their history, who introduced them and
where they can be obtained today, details of famous
gardeners and plant hunters, gardens of various styles;
where to see them and when, Garden History societies,
horticultural and landscape architects, bibliographies of
garden-related materials, including periodicals. Plus a
Virtual Visit, the Knot Garden, details of opening times,
Garden Gift Tokens - sold and redeemed at most
horticultural outlets in the UK, the site details what
can be bought with the tokens, where to find your local
supplier and a brief summary of their history.
- National Gardening
Association (USA).Over 3000 questions on gardening
are answered in their archives, with additional links to
their library, features page, kid's site, gardening
links, buyer's guide, indoor gardening catalog, industry
research, recipes, and membership information.
- Naturnah - J. Braun's Non-profit Infocenter für naturnahes
information by Jacobus Braun, Switzerland.
Plant Page by Laurence Hatch. Links to nursery
sources, descriptions, and photos of new and rare
landscape plants. Includes many resources in
horticultural taxonomy, cultivar nomenclature, and
- New, rare and
unusual PLANTS, A Journal for Plant Enthusiasts. New,
rare and elusive PLANTS - mainly about hardy species and
varieties introduced into the UK
- The North American Fruit
Explorers (NAFEX) is a network of individuals
throughout the United States and Canada devoted to the
discovery, cultivation and appreciation of superior
varieties of fruits and nuts. Founded in 1967 by a small
group of pomological hobbyists, NAFEX has grown to an
organization of more than 3,000 members, and is chartered
as a nonprofit organization in the state of Illinois.
- North American
Fruit Explorers Fig Interest Group Page
North American Plant Preservation Council, USA. The
purpose of NAPCC is to establish plant collections in
various places on the North American continent, so that
NAPPC collections will be established in as many areas
and climate zones as possible and be accessible to as
many interested people as possible. These collections
will be used to preserve plants in danger of disappearing
forever, and for research, horticultural study, education
and dissemination to interested nurseries and gardeners.
Collections will be established at botanical gardens,
colleges and universities, and by specialist nurseries
and interested individuals.
Gardening by Terry L. Yockey, USA. Northern Gardening
is a practical resource for all gardeners, especially
those in a northern climate.
- Northern Pond,
Canada. Canadian pond and watergardening site, with a
journal concentrating, and a large pond and garden links
- North Texas Water
Garden Society, USA.
- Nursery Industry
Association of Australia
On-line Guide to Growing Dahlias (Jon B. Truelove)
Worldwide Database of Orchid Growers
- Orchid Species
Culture by Charles and Margaret Baker
- Organic Tree
Care Web Site, Keslick & Son, Modern
Arboriculture & Landscape Maintenance, USA. Also
articles by Dr Alex L. Shigo on Tree Treatments based on
Tree Biology are now on line.
Ornamental Ginger and Aroid Webpage by Timothy
Chapman. Information and pictures of Zingiberales
(gingers, Heliconias, etc) and also some Araceae.
Ortho Encyclopedia of Roses
Northwest Chapter of the International Society of
- Pacific Northwest
Gardening Home Page, USA
Northwest Native Wildlife Gardening, USA. This site
is an attempt to gather information that is useful for
gardening with Pacific Northwest native plants, and for
attracting PNW native wildlife to your yard.
- Palm and Cycad
Societies of Australia. The Palm and Cycad Societies
of Australia (PACSOA) web-site features technical and
non-technical articles of interest to palm and/or cycad
Trees in Oregon
Horticultural Society, USA. The Pennsylvania
Horticultural Society, a not-for-profit membership
organization founded in 1827, encourages and advances the
art and science of horticulture. The Society provides a
place where all greening enthusiasts -- novice gardeners,
experienced horticulturists, and purely-for-pleasure
observers -- can pursue their own particular
Plant Association. The Perennial Plant Association is
dedicated to improving the perennial plant industry by
providing education to enhance the production, promotion
and utilization of perennial plants. Its pages are
maintained in the Penn
State Horticultural Trial Garden, USA.
Perennial Pages (Leonard P. Perry, Burlington, University
of Vermont, USA). A set of pages dealing with
herbaceous perennials and perennial research.
Carnivorous Plant Page
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." The 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."As an organization, PlantAmnesty is are
focussed on promoting responsible pruning and other
landscape management practices through example,
education, good will and good humor.
- The Plant Finder
Home Page, UK. These pages provide information about
The RHS Plant Finder, the recognised authority on plant
nomenclature and Britain's leading guide to over 65,000
plants and where to buy them. The printed book, now in
its tenth edition, has been joined in 1996 by The Plant
Finder Reference Library CD-ROM. The Plant Finder
Reference Library CD is supplied free. Many of the
databases and programs on it are free and can be accessed
in full directly. The major databases (The RHS Plant
Finder, other plant finders and Heather cultivars) are
supplied 'locked' but with demonstration versions
available that you can try immediately.
Plant Tracker. This database, compiled by Plants For
A Future, a non-profit organization located in Cornwall,
U.K., lists, and allows you to search by, the uses for a
plant - whether it's edible, medicinal or used for
Plumeria Place, John Murray, Texas, USA. Plumeria are
a tropical flowering tree, sometimes called frangipani,
in the plant family Apocynaceae.
Rhododendron Trust (New Zealand)
- Plants for a
future. A Resource and Information Centre for Edible
and other useful plants. Plants for a Future is a
project based in Cornwall, UK, which seeks to gather
together and disseminate information on the many useful
properties of plants, partularly those plants which are
less common in todays society. They also have a beautiful
patch of land which they are tending according to
vegan-organic-permaculture principles. and concentrating
on perennial plants. They have produced many leaflets as
well as a catalogue of plants available from them. One
major project has been the construction of a database of
useful plants which contains over 7000 species.
- The Proven
Winners Garden Site, USA. Proven Winners® are hybrid
forms of popular flowering plants, created by
cross-breeding exotic plants from all over the world with
gardeners' favorites like petunias or verbenas.
- Puutarhaliitto -
Trädgårdsförbundet. Finnish gardening and
Martin's Cacti and Succulents Page, UK.
Rhododendron Page, an on-line reference to the genus Rhododendron
(Ericaceae) by Robert J. McKenzie, Tyler Arboretum.
- The Rosarian, a
site devoted to roses and the gardeners who cultivate
- Rose Resource -
All-America Rose Selections Web Site . AARS is a
non-profit association of rose growers and introducers
dedicated to garden rose research and promotion.
- Seeds and
Plants International (SEPI) - The Perennial Source,
- Seeds of
Hope...Harvest of Pride! Ohio State University, USA.
A resource for community vegetable gardeners by Ohio
State University Extension's Urban Gardening Program in
- Serra Gardens Landscape
Cacti and Succulents, California, USA
Perennial Gardens, pages dealing with growing of
perennial sgade plants in southwestern Pennsylvania.
- Shadenet Horticulture
Tropicals, New Iberia, Louisiana, USA. A company
selling tropical plants: Bananas, Bromeliads, Gingers,
Heliconias, and Plumerias etc.
Zwingelspaan, West Brabant, the Netherlands (a garden).
A private garden, open for visitors; lots of roses and
Strawberry Facts Page by Jenni A. Merrifield, Canada.
Succulent Plant Page by Richard Hodgkiss, UK.
- Southern Business
Express Seed Division -- Exotic, Tropical Plant Seed
Catalog, Massachusetts, USA.
Forest Nursery Management Cooperative, Auburn University,
Hibiscus Homepage (Shelley Lynn, USA)
Trees and Shrubs for Southern New England, USA. Plant
materials list from the University of Rhode Island
promoting sustainable trees and shrubs for USDA hardiness
zones 4 through 7. Disease and pest-free plants tolerant
of a range of environmental and human related stresses.
- Swedish meeting place for
people interested in gardening. The Swedish meeting
place for people interested in gardening. With forum,
assorted links, marketplace and contests. You can also
ask the experts and read more about different growing
methods and vegetables.
International, USA . Website of the North America's
largest Tillandsia (Bromeliaceae) grower, with cultural
information and color pictures.
Life Virtual Garden, The
Time Life Complete Gardener Encyclopedia Search Page, USA.
In March 1997 this searchable database contained more
than 3,000 species selected for general use in North
American horticultural practice. - Time
Life's House Plant Pavillion, USA.
- To Garden Finely.
Garden photos, garden design tips, environmental
philosophy, weekend workshops and Gardens of the World
Tours and Cruises with Jeanne Thrane, RLA, Registered
Landscape Architect, in historic Gettysburg,
Gardening: A Journal of Practical Information on
Creating and Restoring Classic Gardens. This is the
Internet version of a US gardening journal that
concentrates on traditional gardening techniques of
interest to historical preservationists, as well as the
average gardener who would like to approach their garden
with an eye toward classical authenticity.
Tropical Hibiscus: Queen of the Tropics. Many color
photos of the latest hybrids. Also, information on
thegrowth and care of tropical hibiscus.
- Two Rainy Side
Gardeners. Gardening in the maritime climate of the
Pacific Northwest, with articles, resources, and timely
tips for gardeners in the Northwest.
of Missouri Horticulture Guides, USA
World Class Giant Pumpkin Homepage, USA. Information
on growing giant pumpkins.
Garden of Flower Images, L. R. Fortney, Durham, NC,
Fuchsia Site (by Wouter Addink, the Netherlands)
Rose by S. Andrew Schulman, USA. This site contains
illustrations and descriptions of numerous old and
old-fashioned rose varieties, including details of scent,
flower, growth and culture.
- Zone 10 - The Source for
Tropicals on the Internet. A commercial Web site for
advertising tropical plants.
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