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hort.net link report for 7 February, 1999


Added to http://www.hort.net/pubs/

   BUTTERFLY GARDENERS QUARTERLY

   "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...'"

      http://butterflygardeners.com/

Added to http://www.hort.net/annuals/

   DISCOVERING ANNUALS

   This is Graham Rice's excellent precursor to his upcoming book. He
   provides lots of information about new varieties with good
   photographs coupled with growing tips, seed sources, and propagation
   advice. This site (and the book) are sure to enhance the industry and
   move annuals even further into the gardening mainstream! Thanks
   Graham!

      http://www.discoveringannuals.com/index.html

Added to http://www.hort.net/landscaping/

   SMITHSONIAN BUTTERFLY HABITAT GARDEN

   In the summer of 1995 the Smithsonian Institution created a beautiful
   tapestry of flora and fauna within four distinct habitats. But the
   real value of this site isn't found in the description of their
   garden, but instead within the tips they share with the rest of the
   Web community. Guidelines for the creation of butterfly gardens,
   identifying good butterfly plants, suggested plant species, and of
   course, beautiful pictures are all there for us to use as we study,
   prepare, and create our gardening masterpieces.

      http://www.si.edu/resource/tours/gardens/butterfly/start.htm

Added to http://www.hort.net/landscaping/

   THE BUTTERFLY WEB SITE ARTICLE LIST

   There are over 50 articles geared towards the butterfly gardener
   listed here collected from various extension services, periodicals,
   and newspapers. Topics range from single species coverage ("Buddleia:
   Butterfly Bush Extraordinaire") to instructions on creating your own
   gardens ("Creating a Butterfly Garden"). What a find!

      http://butterflywebsite.com/Articles/constructlist.cfm?type=butterflygardening


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