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hort.net link report for 6 January, 1999


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   DENDROLOGY PAGES (UM, TREES)

   Although a lot needs to be done on this massive undertaking, it's off
   to a good start. About two dozen of the most common tree families
   found in Eastern United States woodlands are represented by key
   genera. Photographs of leaves, buds, twigs, and sometimes bark are
   provided to aid in identification, as well as a limited glossary to
   help define terms.

      http://www.hellstunas.org/~wench/dendrology.html

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   FLORA OF CHINA

   This collaborative effort between the Harvard University Herbaria,
   Missouri Botanical Garden, the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and a
   handful of other institutions is dedicated to the first modern
   account of vascular plants in China. Manuscripts, images, and links
   to searchable data are all available.

      http://www.herbaria.harvard.edu/china/

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

   HENNING'S RHODODENDRON & AZALEA PAGES

   Ever have questions about Rhododendrons? If so, a visit to this site
   might be well worth the effort. The author has put a lot of work into
   the creation of a well-rounded document discussing various species,
   cultural requirements, companion plants, troubleshooting, and of
   course, links to other resources.

      http://www.users.fast.net/~shenning/rhody.html


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