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   CLEMATIS PHOTOGRAPHS

   Lloyd Fortney, a faculty member at the Duke University Physics
   Department, is also an apparently an avid gardener and photographer.
   Here you can find nine beautiful full-color photographs showing
   exquisite detail and unsurpassed clarity.

      http://www.phy.duke.edu/~fortney/flowers/clematis/image-index.html

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   NORTHERN GARDENING

   If your perennials are always becoming annuals because of harsh
   winters, this site might help create a little more permanence in your
   garden. Maintained by a Minnesota Master Gardener, the site boasts a
   grand collection of pointers, links, and articles about various
   gardening topics like keeping roses through Northern winters. To
   round it all out there are some wonderful pictures of the author's
   garden during and after development.

      http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/1329/

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

   NORTHERN GARDENING ARTICLES

   Yet another series of gardening articles available at Suite 101, this
   biweekly column focuses on the trials and tribulations that Northern
   gardeners must face. Mary Henry, the author, makes points that most
   of us probably don't think about, like "What do you do if you lack
   snowcover for your plants? How late can you plant if you're up
   North?"

      http://www.suite101.com/articles.cfm/northern_gardening

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   NORTHERN GARDENING CALENDAR OF EVENTS

   This online datebook can help you out if you're curious about
   gardening events in the Northern United States and Canada. Updated by
   the Internet at large, this calendar lists lectures, classes, sales,
   and more.

      http://www.gardencalendar.com/display/Northern_Gardening/


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