Other Cool Sites

Cool sites to increase the awareness of Native and Rare plants.


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There are many publications available on line from the UGA Cooperative Extension Service. Three of them are listed below. To see a listing of them paste the name in quotes "Native Plants for Georgia" in the search section of the webpage. The results should show the first three publications listed as well as many others.


Search CAES on-line publications
Native Plants for Georgia - Part I: Trees, Shrubs and Woody Vines
Native Plants for Georgia - Part II: Ferns
Native Plants for Georgia - Part III: Wildflowers
Native Plants for Georgia - Part IV: Grasses and Sedges
Native Plants of North Georgia: A Photo Guide for Plant Enthusiasts
Search the UGA Extension publication website for other publications
Blogs - If you know of any good native plant or related blogs on the web we would like to add them to the list below.
Ellen Honeycutt's Native Plant Blog
A Rescuer's Guide to Georgia Native Plants Blog An excellent resource to view plants in the wild.
Florida Native Plant Society
Southern Meadows
Native Florida Wildflowers
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center University of Texas at Austin
Georgia Native Plant Society
Georgia Botanical Society
The Georgia Gardener - Walter Reeves
Texas Agriculture Extension Wildflowers
Gardener's Supply Company
JC Raulston Arboretum at North Carolina State University
Marie Selby Botanical Garden in Sarasota, Florida
Wildflowers and Plants of North Carolina
Wildflowers of Alabama - Neat slideshow of flowers.
Garden Web
The Gardening Launch Pad - A good starting page that contains more than 2,400 links.
The Old Farmer's Almanac
Connecticut Botanical Society - Excellent resource as many of our natives also grow there
http://gpcnativegarden.org/Flowering_Native_Shrubs.pdf - Flowering GA Native Shrubs in order of Bloom

Below are links for children to two web sites and a webpage developed by Rodale Press, who published "Organic Gardening", on gardening with children.

http://www.kidsgardening.org/
http://urbanext.illinois.edu/firstgarden/ University of Illinois Extension
http://www.rodalesorganiclife.com/garden/gardening-kids

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