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Added to http://www.hort.net/monographs/fungus/

   TOM VOLK'S FUNGI

   Remember the old saying "There's a fungus among us?" To learn about
   fungi -- the good, the bad, and the edible -- and see good photos of
   many of these odd life forms, visit Tom Volk's Fungi Pages.

      http://www.wisc.edu/botany/fungi/volkmyco.html

Added to http://www.hort.net/growers.suppliers/

   WOODSIDE GARDENS

   This Washington nursery has all kinds of specialty perennials, herbs,
   ornamental grasses, shrubs, and vines available through either online
   ordering or regular mail-in requests. The online store has a nifty
   aspect -- you can search for plants based on flowering time, bloom
   color, plant type, or all kinds of other features to help you choose
   the best plant for your garden. For the literary-minded folk out
   there, they also provide a rather large selection of
   horticulturally-related books.

      http://www.woodsidegardens.com/


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