| Scat Cat Moving Scarecrows |
Worlds first life-sized Cat shaped moving scarecrow! Most animal/bird pests (including nocturnal species) react very powerfully and continuously to this amazingly tough fully-assembled effective pest deterrent. Shipped from Australia.
Offering polycarbonate, ventilation, misting and heating equipment and shade cloth for greenhouses and shade structures.
The Rhode Island Spring Flower & Garden Show
Where Southern New England’s finest garden designers interpret the theme “The Garden Paradise” for more than 40,000 winter-weary visitors aching for a breath of springtime.
Tao Herb Farm
GrowIt Gold Works is the all-in-one complete garden and landscaping package,affordable, versatile, easy-to-use software for beginning gardeners to nursery professionals.
Minnesota Zone 3 Gardening
Wood, sheet rock, hammers, nails, paint and lotza elbow grease, shovels, hoes, rakes, trimmers, various soil additives, fertilizer, knee stains, back aches, and lovin every minute of it.
Garden Stepping Stones
If you are looking for decorative garden landscaping, then try this nice online shops with hand-poured stones made out of lightweight concrete. Also a choice of a "marbleized" background or a "natural" background.
Angelgrove Tree Seed Company
Seeds for Flowering Trees, Shade Trees, Japanese Trees, and Shrub Roses. Serving the online gardening community with quality tree seeds & selected garden seeds since 1993.
The Urban Compost Tumbler and Rain Barrel
A composter tumbler with a unique core aeration design for gardening, composting, recycling, and organic living. A rain barrel for water storage and conservation.
Gardening / Farming Timeline
A timeline for the history of gardening/farming from Ancient times to the 20th century. Absolutely fascinating timeline!
Featuring natural pest control, composting, garden seeds, gardening supplies and much more. Good stuff for your world!
Grass Roots Nursery of New Boston, Michigan
Water gardeners source for plants, liners, koi, butterfly koi, critters and anything else for your gardening needs. They carry one of the largest selections of cold water fish and critters in the Mid-West. Whether your needs are for a small or large water feature they can meet them. Free classes available April - November. Try their premium quality koi and goldfish food.
One of the most popular gardening web sites on the Internet. GardenWeb has user forums, directories of gardens and societies, a plant database, a glossary, contests, exchanges, articles and more!
Chinese Tree Peony Home Page
The Golden Port International offers the largest selection of Chinese Tree Peony at the lowest price in the United States. Their web site provides color pictures of each variety in our selection.
One of the most complete garden centers on-line. Take a look at their growing selection of more than 8,000 gardening products chosen by their crew of gardening specialists. A team of gardening experts on site and a vast network of product resources so they can offer you the best gardening brand names from anywhere in the world, at very competitive prices.
The "Comet" - Air Layering Propagation Product
The first commercially available Air Layering propagation product. Easy to use , re-usable, and inexpensive. No extra space is needed. No need for specialized growing chambers, glasshouses or fiddling around with rooting trays!
New Rare and Unusual Garden Plants
New rare and unusual garden plants from nurseries around the world for keen plant enthusiasts, plant profesionals, journalists and botanic gardens.
The Garden Bench
A site that promotes the concepts of backyard habitats and conservation. It is possible to have an attractive garden and support and sustain wildlife. To see the concept in action, visit a real backyard habitat in suburban New Jersey, look at what they are doing in their garden. This web site guides you to useful information resources, references, books and garden supplies and seeds.
Backyard Habitats - Suite101.com
You will find a garden of ideas that you can take cuttings from and transplant into your own backyard.
Home Harvest® Garden Supply Online Catalog
A consumer-friendly, secure online catalog that features information and products for hydroponics; organic, container, hobby greenhouse and indoor gardeners; natural pest controls and beneficial insects. They have a wonderful catalog and well worth a visit for those hard-to-find items!
WW Garden Designs
Metal for your Garden
They offer metal garden ornaments on stakes, trellises and bases at affordable prices. Gardeners and Interior Designers love to place our metal stakes in outdoor gardens, baskets, and large containers in both residential and commercial settings.
They are fun for the whole family, and help brighten the garden all year long. They even look great in snow!
Great Plants for Texas and Gulf Coast Gardens
They created this site to promote perennial and mixed border gardening in the deep South, and to showcase rewarding and unusual plants.
Current favorite native and "exotic" plants are featured, along with a detailed listing of perennials, annuals, ornamental grasses, bulbs and some woody plants that they've grown successfully at Higher Ground.
ManyTracks - Gardening and Homesteading
From organic gardening and seed saving ideas to Homesteading in the 90's and beyond, ManyTracks covers it all! They have some great books for sale on their site and maybe not everything on this fascinating web site is strictly gardening but it is certainly inspired by our planet Earth!
Gardening on Suite 101
At Suite 101 Gardening, they are passionate gardeners. They also write articles, discuss gardening and suggest great links to the internet. They have one of the best gardening sites on the web with extensive garden tips from around the world. Come share your expertise and celebrate gardening!
The Compost Heap
The purpose of this site is to draw together resources on composting and recycling. The Compost Heap is evolving as a result of an online HTML class at Virtual University. Some of the great topics on The Compost Heap include composting, recycling, gardening books and projects for kids.
Botanic Garden of Smith College
The Botanic Garden of Smith College, in Northampton, MA, includes Lyman Conservatory. Our web site offers a photo gallery, information on research, events, landscape master plan, history, gardens, Botanic Garden newsletter, visitor information, maps.
Gardenforum.com - On Plants and Gardens
Dedicated to expanding awareness of the value of plants and gardens to human beings featuring design, history, ethnobotany, and spiritualy. It's an environment to inspire those seeking meaning in the cultivated landscape.
Waplants Orchids, Exotic Plants & Asian Imports
Wholesale, retail, importer, and exporter of tropical and sub-tropical plants. Complete pricing, descriptions, and pictures of plants. Houston, Gulf Coast gardening information. Orchids, Exotic Plants, Gingers, Curcuma, Crinum, Zephyranthes, Rainlilies, Bulbs, Houston Gardening, Gulf Coast Gardening.
Milkweed Cafe's Butterfly Site
Something for everyone who loves butterflies! They offer informational books about raising, gardening for, and celebrating with butterflies, online videos/photos of metamorphosis, and feature free virtual butterfly cards.
Offers a "Seed School" section where gardeners can learn basic and advanced techniques for growing plants from seed. In addition, they provide an extensive number of photographs (with scientific names) of cacti, flowers, trees, and tropical plants.
Cedar Hill Garden Helper
An ever growing library of gardening, garden, and plant information at your disposal.
Antique Roses, garden planning, gardens of interest, gardening ezines and growers.
Dirty Dozen Garden Club
A community service project designed to share their passion of gardening with others, and enhance the beauty of their community.
African Violet Connection
A mail group dedicated to people that grow and show African Violets. Anyone interested in reading mail concerning African Violets is invited to join this mail group.
The Garden Collection
Garden Inspired - Gifts & Home Accessories!
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Gardens, Gardening and Landscaping
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Get Gardening Help on the Internet
By Robin Nobles
At the first sign of the ground thawing in the spring, gardeners rush outside to work in their flowerbeds or vegetable gardens. Though considered "work" by many, to a gardener, there's nothing more relaxing than piddling around in the dirt and working with tender new plants.
At the National Gardening Association's Easy Seed-Starting Guide, you can "get your garden off to a good start" with their step-by-step instructions and tips from the pros. Learn the germination temperature, the number of days to germinate, plant spacing, and the amount of sunlight required. Access the National Gardening Magazine to learn about new vegetables, fruit, or roses for 1998.
By far, one of the best gardening sites on the Web is GardenGuides, where you'll discover anything and everything "green." Learn how to prepare herbs, how to force bulbs, and how to grow gardens in a container.
At Pathfinder's Virtual Garden, you can click on Armchair Gardener for the best gardening articles from publications such as SOUTHERN LIVING or SUNSET magazines. If you don't have a lot of time for gardening, maybe the Weekend Projects section would be perfect for you, where you can access categories such as Instant Gardening, Gardening Basics, or Backyard Builder.
Fine Gardening Online Magazine offers a guided web tour of their favorite seed starting resources. Or, learn that every year, the Heirloom Daffodils signal the return of spring. Under Design, you can learn how to have a great garden in just one year, or learn how to have spring-to-fall color in a shady spot. Access a flower bloom chart, or learn how to design a water garden.
Typical of their outstanding magazine, Better Homes & Gardens offers a Gardening Home Page full of helpful features such as Gardening Maps, where you can check out the most detailed plant hardiness maps on the Internet.
Are you having problems with your garden? Visit the no-nonsense Problem Identification Aids and see if you can find a solution. Categories are flowers, ground covers, shrubs, and trees.
If you're interested in flowers, Flowerbase is the place for you. The database offers over 7,000 pictures of flowers, plants, and garden plants.
Rose gardeners need to stop by the Rose Resource page. Find the perfect award-winning rose for your garden, or learn rose gardening tips.
We'll close with a comprehensive listing of gardening sites, Internet Gardening, where you'll find links to publications, other gardeners, reference sites, gardening discussion groups, and a listing of impressive gardens to visit. If you travel, be sure to click on the Calendar of Garden Events to learn of gardening happenings in areas where you might visit.
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Robin Nobles is a freelance writer whose articles on surfing the Web are published in six newspapers regularly. She also writes articles about the Web and Internet in publications such as Internet Newsroom, InfoAlert, WebVantage, CompuNotes, ChipNET, The Sunshine Post, Bridges Initiatives, and more. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or through her website: http://www2.netdoor.com/~smslady
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