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   A SMALL IRISH GARDEN

   Elizabeth Law has been keeping this Web page about her garden up to
   date since October 1997, and it shows! She has all kinds of
   information here about various genera (for example, a page all about
   Geraniums (the perennial kind) complete with photographs), a garden
   diary, and lots of little hints and tips.

      http://www.clubi.ie/emal/

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

   EXPLORING GARDENS

   For those of you who go gaga over Hostas and hardy Geraniums, check
   out this site! Photographs abound for these two genera, graciously
   accompanied by descriptive text. Other information is available
   (mostly textual) for Astilbe, various ferns, and Primula.

      http://www.shared-visions.com/explore/gardens/


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