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Organizations & Institutions: Organizations (175 entries)

  
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  • Information about the society and its purposes.   [Google cache]
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  • This is a good site with about 30 articles on rose care from culture to propagation to overwintering. It also includes information about their publications and a link to their very nice "Rose of the Month.   [Google cache]
  • The American Society for Horticultural Science promotes and encourages scientific research and education in horticulture within the United States and throughout the world. The Society's 4500 members represent all areas of horticultural science and include individuals who make recommendations and influence decisions in horticultural research, education, industry, extension, and the production and distribution of horticultural products.   [Google cache]
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  • Members of this association include experts in nut tree cultivation, farmers, amateur and commercial nut growers, experiment station workers, horticulture teachers and scientists, nut tree breeders, nurserypeople, foresters, and beginning nut culturists. Site includes FAQs about nut trees, links to research papers, articles, abstracts and organizations, nut recipes, nut-related organizations, and a library.   [Google cache]
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  • SPCNI helps you get to know the eleven "Pacifica" iris species of California, Oregon and Washington in wild, nursery, and landscaped settings. Includes all kinds of detailed maps, full-color photographs, and known sources for these floral wonders.   [Google cache]
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  • A non-profit organization committed to the knowledge and promotion of wild and cultivated violets, and the preservation of their role in the environmental and horticultural landscapes. Of recent vintage, this web site is becoming the best available database for matters violets (genus Viola).   [Google cache]
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