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REF: Elisabeth C. Miller Horticultural Library

Elisabeth C. Miller Horticultural Library

Tucked away within the numerous specialized subject libraries at the
University of Washington is a gem known as the Elisabeth C. Miller
Horticultural Library. The library has several main directives, including
service to the Center of Urban Horticulture (which is located on campus as
well) and as a clearinghouse of gardening material for the general public.
While much of the material available online is geared primarily towards
working with gardens in the Pacific Northwest, there are a number of helpful
general materials here as well. The web resources section is quite nice, as
it contains a number of weblinks (selected by staff at the Library)
organized around a host of themes, including botany, ecology, and arboreta.
The Booklists By Topic area culls together various lists of important books
by topic (over 40 to date), covering areas from alpine and rock gardening to
water gardening. Visitors with young children (or teachers) should find a
thorough 20-page bibliography, titled Children and Nature, to be an
invaluable resource.

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They do have some references to Iris. Also, I noted on the home page, they
are looking to replace some volumes and magazines that were destroyed in a
fire last year. Some of you may have these hanging around that you no longer
want or need, and may wish to donate them to the library.

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