Here are Some Great Web Resources for Gardeners
Government and Educational Institutions Resources
UC Integrated Pest Management http://ipm.ucanr.edu/PMG/menu.homegarden.html –Identify and manage all types of pests in home and garden
USDA Plant Identifier https://plants.usda.gov/java/
Vegetable Resources http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/vegetable/ –Texas A&M Agricultural Extension has garden fact sheets, vegetable variety recommendations, commercial production guides and plant problem solver.
The Web Garden – OSU portal to horticultural information, merging many international knowledge banks to create a searchable database of plant and pest images and growing facts.
Gardening Information Sites
Biodynamics – The Biodynamic Association awakens and transforms the practice and culture of agriculture to renew the vitality of the earth, the integrity of our food, and the health and wholeness of our communities.
Dave’s Garden – Articles and videos show you how to start seeds, identify your plants, pests, birds and butterflies. Active forum.
Garden Guides – A wealth of gardening information and resources including articles, videos, seasonal tips and advice, garden design, seeds, garden products, information on hundreds of plants, cooking what you grow. One of the best newsletters and forums around.
The Garden Helper – gardening encyclopedia and guides to growing and caring for gardens, plants and flowers
Garden Web – Extensive home and garden forum, shopping, professional listings, plant database, articles, glossary
Lewis Gardens – Learn how to garden with perennial flowers. Techniques and tips, designs, monthly guide to chores, plant library.
Natures Control — Natural Pest control and beneficial insects.
National Gardening Association – Very informative articles, plant database, photos and help identifying plants, regional tips, community forum.
No-Dig Vegetable Garden – Focusing on the no-dig technique, raised beds, compost, kids gardening
The Vegetable Patch – Tips for organic vegetable gardening, how-to articles on numerous topics, with regional advisors, including Australia.
The Weekend Gardener – Seed starting info, GrowGuide planner, deer resistant planting.
You Grow Girl – a contemporary, laid-back approach to organic gardening placing equal importance on environmentalism, style, affordability, art, and humor.
Bird Shopper – Bird Feeders & Birdhouses – Large selection of bird feeders, birdhouse and other wild bird products, as well as information about habitat and feeding.
Clyde’s Garden Planner – is a handy vegetable gardening slide chart that presents gardening events in a “time phased” format so you can see at a glance the entire vegetable growing and harvesting period.
Gaia Garden – The largest selection of organic fertilizers and natural soil amendments in Canada.
Gardener’s Supply Company
The Natural Gardening Company – The oldest certified organic nursery in the US, selling a comprehensive selection of organic vegetable, flower and herb seeds, seedlings, drip irrigation supplies.
Publisher On-line Magazines
Going Organic – A variety of books for organic growers of any scale. This site promotes organic gardening, natural health, and financial prosperity.
Organic Gardening Magazine – Organic gardening technique publication from Rodale Press. Recipes, Home, health
Taunton Press- The publishers of Fine Gardening Magazine bring you information about plant ID, how-to articles, garden design, edible crops and much more.
Annie’s Heirloom Seeds –Over 600 varieties of Non-GMO heirloom vegetable and flower seeds
Baker Creek –The World Seed Catalog with thousands of heirloom varieties, non-GMO.
Greta’s Organic Gardens –Organic vegetable seeds, old fashioned varieties, non GMO
Grow Organic –Organic and non-GMO seeds and supplies
Seed Savers Exchange –Heirloom and organic, rare varieties
Plant Swap –Forum for trading plants and seeds
Eco-gardening – inventing urban spaces in step with nature. Focusing on green roofs, water harvesting, drip irrigation, habitat creation, and sustainable landscapes.
Path to Freedom – Pathways for living a self-sufficient lifestyle in an urban setting. They produce 6,000 pounds of food on their 1/10 acre parcel. Blog, homesteading, gardening, cooking, renewable energy.
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