Gardening on the Internet
...or can cyberspace help my roses???
To find out, take a tour by clicking the right arrow
Next: I'm a gardener, why should I use the Internet?
or select a topic from below.
- I'm a gardener, why should I use the Internet?
- How do I find the on-line catalog for my favorite nursery?
- What if I don't find my nursery on the first try?
- Where can I buy ...native plants (...aquatic plants, ...roses, etc.)?
- How do I find plant societies or garden clubs?
- How do I grow a particular plant?
- But what if I'm looking for something really unusual?
- Where can I find a picture of the plant I'm interested in?
- NOW, where do I buy the plant?!?
- I'm a beginning gardener, are there websites to help me?
- How do I identify ...a plant in my new yard? ...I found on a walk in the mountains?
- My plant is sick. How do I find out what's wrong and how to fix it?
- How do I find someone to weed my garden?
- How do I find an arborist?
- How do I find ...a Landscape Architect? ...a Landscape Designer?
- How do I decide what to plant in a particular spot?
- I'm planning a trip, how do I found out about the gardens where I'm going?
- What if I just want to find out about local plant sales and garden tours?
- When I'm in the library, I like to browse. Is there anything similar on the Internet?
- I love my old garden encyclopedia, is there anything like that on the Internet?
- Are there any really big databases of plants, plants and more plants?!?
- Are there any Internet directories, gateways or portals specific to gardening in the Pacific Northwest?
- I'd love to get involved in an electronic conversation with other gardeners. How do I do it?
- Can I trust what I find on the Internet?
- What if I'm still having trouble finding something on the Internet?
- When shouldn't I use the Internet for a gardening question?
- Are there other guides to the Internet for Gardeners?
- The End!
Tuesday, 10-Jan-2012 16:19:59 PST