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Below is one of today's BOT-LINX, put out by
Scott Russell, who I think is the chairman of the
Botany Dept. at Oklahoma State Univ. Thought at
least one of us might be interested...
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: SBLD - Hort.Net
Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2003 00:01:11 -0600
From: Scott D. Russell <srussell@OU.EDU>
Reply-To: Scott D. Russell <srussell@OU.EDU>

February 11, 2003

Hort.Net is a gardening community in itself. Although it is still in
development, it contains a large collection of plant images (over 3100
images--and these are not just links!), 15 plant profiles (must be
under development), 22 mailing lists, current plant news and selected
links on the web (over 500). Images on the site are of very high to
excellent quality, medium-sized images (~300 x 200 pixels); copyright
is held by the photographer.  The plant news page has interesting and
sometimes offbeat news stories, which would be pretty hard to find. To
use the mailing lists, you will need to register. Site by Mallorn
Computing. (***1/2) -S

*BOT-LINX Home Delivery sends you the Botanical Link-of-the-Day
           from Scott's Botanical Link site at URL:
*To subscribe or unsubscribe, visit the listserv site at URL:
        or contact me by email:  mailto:srussell@ou.edu
Archived since 1996 at URL: http://lists.ou.edu/archives/botlinx.html
Jim Fisher
Vienna, Virginia USA
38.9 N 77.2 W
USDA Zone 7
Max. 105 F [40 C], Min. 0 F [-18 C]

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