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  • This free, interactive gardening newsletter is my project to give something back to the gardening community - to repay the hundreds of gardeners who have helped me in my own gardens, my book writing and radio work. Having shut down my nursery to garden and write, I hope you'll join us as we experiment with developing a new form of gardening communication using the internet." Doug Green   [Google cache]
  • Butterfly Gardeners' Quarterly contains articles about butterfly species, plants and gardening styles, experts' butterfly gardens, information on organizations, publications and events related to butterfly gardening. Readers are encouraged to contribute their own gardening experiences in a column called 'From Your Garden...'   [Google cache]
  • Canada's top gardening magazine is online! Each month they present a new "Garden of the Month" complete with photographs, landscape plans, and of course, good writing. They also sponsor a number of forums for Canada's green thumbs including "Garden Plants," "Garden Design & Techniques," and "Garden Pests & Diseases." If all of this inspires you to try out a print copy of the magazine, you can even order it online. Non-natives watch out though there's an extra fee for shipping across the border.   [Google cache]
  • A weekly column covering different seasonal topics.   [Google cache]
  • Magazine about growing in the Chicagoland area. Provides good information about local events and helpful tips for that region's problems (clay soil, dry summers...)   [Google cache]
  • Looking for the latest floriculture news, horticultural links, or an industry calendar? All three can be found at this publisher-supported Web site. Responsible for the monthly periodicals "Grower Talks," "Green Profit," and "FloraCulture International," they also list quite a few books from various publishers.   [Google cache]
  • Published since 1995, Florida Gardening is the only magazine published specifically for Florida gardeners. Each full color issue is jam-packed with articles about trees and shrubs, citrus and tropical fruits, palms, native plants, tropicals, flowers, vegetables, herbs, landscaping, water gardening, and much more. Places to visit and interviews with prominent horticulturalists are also featured, complete with full-color photographs.   [Google cache]
  • The Illustrated Guide to Home Gardening and Design.   [Google cache]
  • This UK-based quarterly has a fine Web site to compliment their printed works. Included in this gardener's toystore is an archive of back issues (only key articles are available to encourage subscriptions), a new plant introduction of the week (with full-color photographs, a brief paragraph, and best of all, sources), email-based newsletters, and all kinds of other goodies.   [Google cache]
  • All kinds of gardening software for everything imaginable designing your garden and deck, selecting new plants, treating the sick ones, and even inventorying them all.
  • Publisher about succulents, most famous for the Euphorbia Journal.   [Google cache]
  • Everything that you want to know about growing vegetables, fruit, and herbs is covered in this monthly UK-based publication. To quote their site, "The Kitchen Garden is a full colour monthly magazine dedicated to the pleasure of growing for that just picked flavour." In addition to subscription and back issue information, they also provide selected articles from the current issue.   [Google cache]
  • Aimed at gardeners in the Upper Midwest, The Weedpatch Gazette is a quarterly publication with a down-to-earth approach to articles, yet somehow manages to stay chock-full of good information without talking down to the reader.   [Google cache]
  • This is the publisher for horticulture-related books. Topics range from beginner how-to guides to analyses of specific species.   [Google cache]

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