Destinations of Additional Interest
on the Web (please report dead links)
Bonsai Societies of Florida (BSF):
Services and activities to encourage and promote the
traditional art of bonsai throughout Florida and
neighboring states in the Southeastern section of the
Mary C. Miller shares her knowledge of 30+ years of
creating bonsai in Florida and more.
colourful site for everyone who loves
daisies. With lots of information on
propagation, botany, plant care and
many photographs of your favourite
daisy plants." From
our gardening friends across the ocean
in Great Britain.
Dominica Botanic Gardens: Roseau,
Commonwealth of Dominica, West Indies --
Botanic Gardens was once considered one of the most
beautiful in the Caribbean. And while the ravages of
recent hurricanes have dimmed its luster somewhat, it is
still a spectacular sight. This website is intended to
bring the beauty and serenity of the Gardens to
Dominicans at home and abroad, and to share this with
Garden enthusiasts throughout the world."
"An internet plot
with a garden of information. Come
grow with us."
is the web's premier destination for information about
the wild animals and plants of the United States."
Excellent, must see
site regarding Florida Agriculture.
Free publications available!
Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc.:
"If you love
flowers and gardening and would like
to get acquainted with others who
feel the same way.... JOIN A GARDEN
From the University
of Florida Cooperative Extension Service
-- Valuable information regarding
all aspects of Florida Turf Grass
management including varieties of
grass, insect and weed control, fertilization
and other cultural information.
Online Composting Center: "Composting
is fun, good for the environment,
and good for the soul. Learn
how to compost in Florida, and other
great information on building or buying
bins, and compost happenings (events)
around the state. Interactive
games, searchable database, links."
The National Gardening Association
"Das Portal für Heimwerken,
Gartenarbeit und Renovieren, Aktuelle Beratungsthemen,
Anleitungen für do-it-yourself"
A service site with no visible means
of support. An idiosyncratic magazine.
Covert publicity for the editor.
Sound, practical advice for the
"Quality information and tips on
how to grow prize winning orchids."
Japanese Gardens and the art of
Nature Center: A
new website for all 7 of Gainesville's
city Nature Parks.
WEATHER CENTER© provides
this website as a public service to
the community. Its use is completely
free of user-charges and presented
with the intent that the general
community can derive some benefit from
the information posted here."
in the City:
created by the City of Orlando that
highlights native flowers, shrubs and
trees that grow well in the Central
-- The African Daisy:
photographs and information on propagation, botany and
plant care of this popular daisy plant. There is also a
free Osteospermum screensaver available." From
our gardening friends across the ocean in Great Britain.
A guide to "Everything
from seeds to salsas."
"A database of over 1,300 species of House and
Greenhouse Plants which provides 18 categories of care,
from watering to lighting."
Gardener's Network: "Our
goal is to provide you with reliable,
high quality, and thorough information
in an informative, yet light hearted
Weekend Gardener: "A
smart, beautiful gardening site filled
with pictures and articles by industry
professionals for gardeners of all
Wise Gardener: "thewisegardener.com
is about classic beauty! Beauty of all things
'tropical'; lush & leafy flora, exotic travel
destinations, and the eternal beauty of unfettered
Transplanted Gardener: "Ginny
Stibolt, a naturalist with a master's degree in plant
taxonomy, moved from Maryland to Green Cove Springs in
northern Florida. These are her adventures in gardening.
Follow along and learn with Ginny as she tackles a wide
range of gardening and environmental subjects from
butterfly gardening, plant mythology, stinkhorn fungi,
to rain barrels and more..."
help for your lawn grass."
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