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  • Pictures, pictures everywhere! I came across this site while searching for Gentian photos online, but that's not all that Hannelotte Kindlund has on this page about his garden in ÷vertšnger, Sweden. Other galleries cover Ranunculuceae (Trollius, Anemone, Pulsatilla, Hepatica), Campanulaceae (the bellflowers), Corydalis, Dicentra, Iris, Meconopsis, Primulaceae (the primroses), and Saxifraga, with more to come soon!   [Google cache]
  • What more can I say? Ooodles of pictures of Hosta and daylilies with a few trees, shrubs, and water plants thrown in for good measure.   [Google cache]
  • 4500+ photos of nothing but Hosta! With almost 2000 varieties listed, this is the place to go for hosta information. Complete nomenclatural histories, descriptions, and even trivia accompany most photographs.   [Google cache]
  • A whole bunch of wonderful plant images organized by family and genus. The Arisaema, Corydalis, Crocus, Cypripedium, Epimedium, and Iris galleries were particularly complete, much to my delight!   [Google cache]
  • Do you know who your enemies are? These full-color photographs from Rutger's will help you identify most weeds commonly found in the garden. Now you can find out for sure if that unknown plant is really something that you want to pull out!   [Google cache]
  • Looking for photographs of your favorite wildflower? Kenneth Stein of Virginia Tech has a fine collection in his "virtual herbarium". Get closer to a birdfoot violet than you ever thought possible, or see a Cypripedium in all of it's natural beauty (that's a lady-slipper for the Latin-impaired and I highly recommend looking at them. They're breath-taking!)   [Google cache]
  • Presented by Epimedium connaissuer Darrell Probst, this site includes beautiful photographs of nearly 30 different Epimedium species. You can even catch a glimpse of a blue epimedium there.   [Google cache]

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