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hort.net link report for 5 January, 1999


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

   INDEX TO ARTICLES ABOUT SEEDS

   Tom Clothier, mild-mannered netizen and fascinating individual, has
   put together a collection of seed germination links. These include
   soil mixes, information on seed saving and trading, and two wonderful
   databases with techniques for the germination of nearly 2000 species
   of annuals, biennials, and perennials. We strongly suggest visiting
   his personal pages to better understand Tom's gardening philosophy --
   it's well worth it!

      http://www.anet-chi.com/~manytimes/page52.htm

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

   ROCK SPRAY NURSERY HEATH AND HEATHERS

   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.

      http://www.rockspray.com/

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

   TINY PETALS MINIATURE ROSE NURSERY

   This quaintly-named mail order nursery currently boasts 75 varieties
   of miniature roses available in 4" pots. Priced competitively, these
   diminuitive wonders can all be ordered online.

      http://www.tinypetalsnursery.com/


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