This site offers how-to, gardening design tips, information and advice
The American Horticultural Society is one of the oldest (1922) national gardening organizations in the country. The site offers great gardens around the world, education for all levels of skill, sources of information on any garden subject imaginable, a community of gardeners eager to share their experiences and other gardening events and activities.
Includes landscape plans, plant finder, garden projects and so much more.
The Garden Gate offers gardeners and nature lovers a carefully selected and well-organized collection of links to informative and interesting horticulture sites around the world.
This resource is dedicated to plant lovers! It offers the most comprehensive growing resource to learn about and use new and exciting floriculture and horticulture products and services.
Tips from Martha on gardening basics: flower gardening, indoor gardening, kitchen gardening and planting the ultimate rose garden.
Master Gardeners share their knowledge through Roots & Shoots newsletter, gardening events, gardening hotlines, and contact names and numbers.
Since its beginning, Michigan Extension has focused on bringing knowledge-based educational programs to the people of the state to improve their lives and communities. Today, county-based staff members, in concert with on-campus faculty members, serve every county with programming focused on agriculture and natural resources; children, youth and families; and community and economic development.
includes biweekly Regional Reports for 12 growing zones, an extensive article database, FAQ, how-to project libraries, planting guides, horticultural news, online gardening courses and garden industry research.
Resources on garden design, flowers, garden crafts, vegetables, house plants and a lot more!
A feature-rich site offering growing advice, solutions, recipes, etc.
The USDA site provides information on home gardening, nurseries, horticulture, composting and landscaping. The Plants Database provides standardized information about plants, mosses, liverworts and lichens of the U.S.
Forbes.com recognizes OSU WebGarden as "Friendlier and more cutting edge than most academic sites". Ohio State University's WebGarden offers a wide range of multimedia resources. Expect a deep illustrated plant dictionary, with 1,200 entries, and a downloadable plant database.
A searchable database of over 10,000 pictures of flowers, plants, and garden plants. From Flowerweb.
GardenWeb hosts forums, garden exchanges, articles, contests, a plant database, the Web's largest garden related glossary and online catalogs.
Links provided by Purdue University to public gardens all over the world.
The mission of the Wildflower Asociation of Michigan is to promote, coordinate, and participate in education, enjoyment, science, and stewardship of native wildflowers and their habitats—including promoting public education of proper principles, ethics and methods of landscaping with native wildflowers and associated habitats. Besdies directories and links with suggested reading, this site features useful information about invasive plants and weeds.
Landscaping Resources include
Weedlaws , Toolkit, Native Vegetation Enhancement,Wild Ones Handbook, Factsheets ,Landscaping Naturally (video) and
Green Landscaping: Greenacres
Do-it-yourself landscaping help from Hometime.com.