Gardening Websites

Spring is in the air and many people’s thoughts turn to gardening. Here are some websites that can help with your gardening projects!

Backyard Gardener

This is a one-stop information site to help people understand their gardening needs. It includes gardening and plant lists, and links to other gardening reference sites.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Take a virtual tour of the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens and view the many and varied gardens contained within. Also available are gardening information and news items, a link to educational programs and descriptions of scientific research.

Dave’s Garden

View articles and videos on a variety of gardening topics and participate in over 250 chat forums. Also includes a large plant database with accompanying images, a database of gardening-related mail order companies rated by members, and more.

Department of Horticulture Gardening Resources

Their motto is “Learn, Garden & Reflect with Cornell Garden-Based Learning.” To that end, the Cornell site provides: Activities — short, stand-alone lessons on topics such as drying flowers, making fresh flower arrangements, and more Garden Guidance — information on food gardening, healthy soil, lawns and landscapes, and a wide variety of other topics.

The Garden Helper

“Gardening help for the beginner as well as for the veteran gardener.” Includes gardening guides for all plants including annuals and perennials, fruits and vegetables, and house plants; plus a gardening calendar and a gardening forum.

International Society of Arboriculture

Professional advice on trees: planting, pruning, pest and disease control, health care, and more.

National Gardening Association

Features timely articles, colorful photos, and links to related information, as well as a question and answer section and how-to projects.

New York Botanical Garden

Provides information on events, visiting the garden, plant information, and more.

New York Flora Atlas

Produced by the New York Flora Association, the Atlas is a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state, as well as information on plant habitats, associated ecological communities, and taxonomy.

Watch Your Garden Grow

This site provides information on growing, storing, and preparing vegetables, from the University of Illinois Extension. It is available in both English and Spanish languages.

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