What you can find here:Colorado Gardening
Gardening Information and Resources
Garden Seeds, Plants, and Accessories
Personal Garden Pages and Tours
Colorado State University Cooperative Extension Service has a large number of gardening resources online.
Meeting times and places, photo gallery, and a java-based "Pool of Information" on water gardens.
Information and pictures, including "What's Blooming" and plant research at the Gardens. Also information on the Chatfield reserve.
Fact Sheets and articles from the Master Gardener program of the CSU Extension Service.
Articles on dahlia care and culture, pictures from local dahlia growers.
Home site for the Colorado Garden & Home Show, held in Denver in the early spring. Includes links to landscpe design and maintenance information for Front Range gardeners.
Home site of this non-profit community gardening organization, with information on their plots and programs.
My own guide to the Denver area growing season. A visual guide to planting and harvest times.
Two Americans living and gardening in Amsterdam.
A garden in Arlington, Massachusetts.
For Colorado's Front Range.
Multi-author garden blog, from New York to California.
Boston area, organic raised bed garden.
Garden and allotments in North Bedfordshire, UK.
Gardening and beekeeping in Birmingham, UK.
Everything about gardening for butterflies and other wildlife. These links are gathered from many sources.
Landscaping and projects as well as garden tips.
Garden inspiration: Ideas, plants, products and destinations.
A program of the National Wildlife Federation. Tells you how and why to turn your garden into a wildlife conservation zone.
Remarkable assortment of articles and guides on many aspects of gardening. You can spend quite a while browsing this site.
Comprehensive list of nurseries and gardening supplies available by mail order.
Forums now by Houzz. Comprehensive gardening resource, with links to plant information, shopping, photo galleries, and an extensive set of gardening forums.
Photos and growing information on many species of hardy ferns.
This innovative worksheet by Alan Turner shows bloom color and bloom times of many species, using an Excel spreadsheet.
Official site of the National Gardening Association, includes articles and tips, regional reports, along with a message board and seed swap section.
This is also now part of the Dave's Garden site. Billed as a "unique and comprehensive" database of plants in cultivation, this searchable database provides growing information for more than 54,000 plants.
Remarkably comprehensive information on growing strawberries. Links to many plant sources, but not a retail site.
Originally compiled as a FAQ by folks from the Usenet group rec.gardens, and now a part of the Dave's Garden site, this is a database of mail-order plant sources, with frank and extensive comments by customers. Also has useful information on things to watch out for when ordering plants by mail.
New 2012 edition, superceding all previous versions. Includes information on special climate conditions and how to interpret hardiness zones.
Their plants are mostly young and small, but they're also healthy and well-grown. Great prices, too.
Excellent source of a wide variety of garden seeds and plants, including annuals, perennials, fruiting plants and trees, and vegetables.
Some of the most beautiful roses on the planet, and tons of growing information as well.
Specializing in onions and leeks, famous for their wide variety of high-quality seeds and sets.
Perennials for bees and butterflies, with a spectacular assortment of Salvias.
Garden tools and accessories, ranging from purely decorative to completely functional.
Drought-tolerant and xeriscape plants, including grasses, perennials, and shrubs.
Another great seed source, also sells accessories. Web site includes growing information. Worker-owned business.
Specializes in Asian vegetable seeds, for both home and commercial growers.
Wonderful assortment of high quality garden tools and supplies at remarkably low prices.
Sedums and sempervivums, other succulents as well.
Non-profit seed conservation organization, mostly desert plants. Has seeds for sale and supports native gardeners.
Extensive daylily collection with growing information and pictures, from a knowledgeable Tennessee grower.
Wonderful source for heirloom bulbs, including daffodils, tulips, lilies, and various unusual types.
One of the oldest seed companies, and still one of the best.
Another resource for organic growers.
Extensive collection of seeds, including flowers, vegetables, and herbs, with many varieties that are hard to find elsewhere. Wonderful prices, too.
Earth-friendly supplies for garden, home, and lawn.
Native plants for gardening and restoration.
Native plants and seeds, including No-Mow Fescue.
Heirloom and gourmet vegetable, flower, and herb seeds.
More than 300 irises, listed by type, with good pictures and growing information.
Exclusive U.S. mail-order distributor for Franchi Seeds, Italy's oldest family-owned seed company, founded in 1783.
Heirloom seeds, plants, and bulbs for indoors and out.
Organic garden plants: tomatoes and other vegetables, herbs.
Huge assortment of tomato plants and seeds, also other vegetables
Wide variety of hard-to-find tropical fruits and flowers.
A great source for Dutch bulbs - every one I've gotten from them has been large and healthy. They sell other perennials as well.
Heirloom beans, other vegetables
Well-documented evolution of this Southern Ontario garden. Includes links and tips.
This extensive site lets you wander in and learn about Moosey's New Zealand paradise.
An organic gardener from British Columbia shares her garden full of vegetables, flowers, and herbs.
A Puget Sound garden.
Tour this garden in suburban Melbourne, complete with dozens of pictures. I especially enjoy the little section on "Garden Follies". Links to other Australian Gardening Pages.
Last update: August 31, 2021
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