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Growers & Suppliers (57 entries)

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  • Just about everything you need to know about hybrid delphiniums, complete with many photos. Seed ordering on line. Great site!   [Google cache]
  • Eastgrove Cottage Garden Nursery is a beautiful English Country Garden located in Worcestershire, United Kingdom, and specialising in hardy plants. Their site boasts a wonderful collection of full-color photoraphs from the grounds that simply exemplify the cottage design style. But even more importantly, they sell these same plants from their trial gardens for you to grow at home! With over 1000 plant varieties to choose from you're bound to find something of interest, although you might want to check out their specialties first (Dianthus, Aquilegia, Iris, Viola, Chrysanthemum, and Helenium).    [Google cache]
  • The nursery specialises in a wide range of unusual plants especially hellebores, herbaceous plants, shrubs and alpines. Set in the rolling hills of West Wales, the nursery caters for the needs of the discerning gardener who may like to visit or alternatively like to make use of our mail order service." Wonderful pictures, growing tips, and quite a collection of interesting plants.   [Google cache]
  • Frida's is a nursery specializing in Midwest-grown hostas. More than 500 varieties are available from this mail-order source along with lists of best-performing hostas, recommended readings, and gardening tips. Stop on by, look at that outstanding list of hostas, and vote for your favorite cultivar!   [Google cache]
  • Jones Environmental writes, "Our forward-thinking UK consultancy has proven solutions to gardening in the 21st century!" They specialize in "urban greening" (the design of community gardens and parks in heavily populated areas) and landscape regeneration, although they also practice regular landscape design and provide horticultural training. There are some interesting design ideas on their Web page, particularly with respect to traditional means of growing fruit in confined or awkward spaces.    [Google cache]
  • Small specialty mail order nursery with extensive selection of hardy geraniums, grasses and sedges, and other perennials for the home garden.   [Google cache]
  • Identify all of your garden plants with our FADE-PROOF, attractive, durable and affordable plant markers that last and look like new for years. We like these plant markers because they do not fade. One of the biggest complaints gardeners have is that they have to keep re-labeling their markers. With these plant markers you only label once.   [Google cache]
  • This mail order nursery specializes in quality wildflowers and native grasses. They have a wonderful planning guide that outlines the steps in prairie establishment.   [Google cache]
  • This California-based nursery specializes in all kinds of roses and includes lists of shade-tolerant and fragrant selections.   [Google cache]
  • Located on the East Coast, this nursery specializes in varieties of heathers and heaths (Erica/Calluna spp.) Their pages explain the differences and dispel misconceptions about the two species, provide a small online gallery with online ordering (in season), and of course offer mailorder catalogs.   [Google cache]
  • No, they don't sell shade-providing oak trees at this nursery. But if your garden is under cover of shade, from oak trees or otherwise, you might want to check out their plant selection. Tailored to the solar-impaired gardener, Shady Oaks offers a wide variety of hosta, perennials, grasses, ferns, groundcovers, and books about shade gardening via their online store (with nice photographs, too!)   [Google cache]
  • This nursery has all kinds of information about foxgloves, coneflowers, Jacob's ladder, and other species as well as links galore to various references on the Web. And of course, they sell plants too!   [Google cache]
  • This startup company has already established quite a professional presence on the Web. Specializing in only the "best" limited and unusual species, they offer online ordering and a catalog with beautiful full-color photographs of perennials, annuals, orchids, lilacs, daylilies, and tropicals. You can also request a print copy of the catalog.   [Google cache]
  • Our mission is to create an awareness and appreciation for prairie ecosystems and all they represent and support, and to further the conservation and restoration of these systems, recognizing their benefit to individuals, communities and wildlife." This seed company provides seed mixes for prairie restorations.   [Google cache]

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