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

   GAZEBO HILL FIELD NOTES

   Experience the seasonal beauty of an artist's garden in Newfoundland
   -- springtime butterflies, summer blossoms, autumn leaves and winter
   birds. Enjoy br owsing through the field notes and links. And of
   course, don't miss the virtual garden tour!

      http://www3.nf.sympatico.ca/gazebo.hill/fieldnotes.html

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

   STEIN'S VIRTUAL HERBARIUM

   Looking for photographs of your favorite wildflower? Kenneth Stein of
   Virginia Tech has a fine collection in his "virtual herbarium". Get
   closer to a birdfoot violet than you ever thought possible, or see a
   Cypripedium in all of it's natural beauty (that's a lady-slipper for
   the Latin-impaired -- and I highly recommend looking at them. They're
   breath-taking!)

      http://www.vt.edu:10021/forestry/wildlife/stein/plants.html


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