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   Interested in the genus Scutellaria? These skullcaps, or
   "helmet-flowers", are represented by over 300 individual species.
   This site and its members can help you identify, propagate, or care
   for your Scutellarias through their seed exchange program and
   tremendous wealth of information. Tips on seed collection or storage,
   pages describing known skullcap species, and links to other Web
   resources can all available for the Scutellaria addict.


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   Located 360km north of the Arctic Circle in Norway, these gardens are
   comprised of an Arctic-Alpine garden and Arboretum at the Holt
   Research Station. The sun doesn't set at all from May 15 to July 27,
   but it's compensated by total darkness between November 21 and
   January 17. And you thought that the growing conditions in YOUR yard
   were bad!


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