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

   CHARLOTTE'S DAYLILY DIARY

   Charlotte Chamitoff has an amazing 189 cultivars in her home garden
   atop a "weather-beaten hill" in Southern Quebec. These pages talk
   about her experiences, provide planting and propagation tips, a nice
   comparison of her favorites, and LOTS of links! This site is a must
   if you're into daylilies.

      http://homepages.together.net/~chacha/garden.htm

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

   GET OUT OF TOWN -- AN ONLINE GUIDE TO HOOSIER NATURAL AREAS

   Eric Thiel has done a phenomenal job putting together a list of
   natural resources in Indiana. Each of the 100+ listings includes
   directions and plants of interest (sometimes with photographs!). Also
   available for order online is a specialized book focusing on West
   Central Indiana.

      http://www.dcwi.com/~eric/goot/

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

   THE GREAT PLANT COMPANY

   This startup company has already established quite a professional
   presence on the Web. Specializing in only the "best" limited and
   unusual species, they offer online ordering and a catalog with
   beautiful full-color photographs of perennials, annuals, orchids,
   lilacs, daylilies, and tropicals. You can also request a print copy
   of the catalog.

      http://www.greatplants.com/


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