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 The GardenWeb Forums - GardenWeb
[PAGE_TOP] The GardenWeb Forums The GardenWeb Forums comprise the largest community of gardeners on the Internet. Whether you're a new gardener or an old master, here you will find like-minded people and friendly discussions. If th
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 Propagation Forums - GardenWeb
Propagation Forums These are the resources available at GardenWeb having to do with plant propagation, either from seed or vegetatively. For other gardening topics, you might want to look through the other forum topics. If
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 Gardening in Canada - GardenWeb
Gardening in Canada The forums listed below are all related to gardening in Canada. There are many other forums which are not geographically specific. If this is your first visit to the forums, please read over the instructio
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 Wildflower Forums - GardenWeb
The Wildflower Forums These forums cover both native plants and wildflower habitats. If you are looking for other gardening topics, you might want to look through the other forums. If this is your first visit to the fo
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 Professional Topics - GardenWeb
Professional Topics These are the resources at GardenWeb likely to be of use to those working in the fields of horticulture and botany. Keep in mind that all the forums are open to all users, so please be tolerant of those non
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 Growing from Seed
Growing from Seed This forum is meant to cover issues involved in growing plants from seed, such as maintenance of proper conditions, recommendations for selections, sources for seeds, etc. on using the forum are provided
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 Georgia Gardener Forum
Georgia Gardener This forum is for the discussion of gardening in the state of Georgia, covering topics like growing conditions, where to shop for plants, favorite public gardens, etc., and to arrange exchanges of plants
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 Georgia Gardener Forum
Georgia Gardener This forum is for the discussion of gardening in the state of Georgia, covering topics like growing conditions, where to shop for plants, favorite public gardens, etc., and to arrange exchanges of plants
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 Growing from Seed Forum FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions from the GardenWeb Growing from Seed Forum
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 Seeds of Texas Seed Exchange
Members of Seeds of Texas grow or collect, and trade, seeds of native and heirloom or traditional garden plants adapted to the Gulf and Southwest States.
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 Seeds of Diversity Canada
A network of gardeners across Canada who grow unusual and rare heritage plants as a preservation project. Members save seeds from their gardens and trade them with other members through an annual seed exchange. There are about 1500 kinds of vegetable
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 Seed_Exchange_UK
This group is for those who love to grow plants from seeds , any kind of plants, tropical plants , succulent plants (and cacti) , in this list you can post your seed lists and your plants lists (for trade, Exchange or donation)
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 Twin Cities Garden Exchange
Twin Cities Garden Exchange is for gardeners in the Minneapolis, St. Paul area who want to trade seeds, plants, bulbs, rhizomes, etc. as well as garden supplies and implements, landscaping materials, manual labor, and the like. We help grow community
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 Kid's Gardening Group
Kid's learn Everything from buying seeds to harvest. Making pots from newspaper. Recycling items people throw away. Giving to people that don't have. How to keep journals. They also take home fruits & Veggies we grow.
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 Green Thumb Operation
GTO Helps families help themselves by teaching self-sufficiency, provident living, and preparedness. Each family that is in the program recieves garden plots and seeds to grow their own vegetables. Plots are located in and around Decatur, Illinois.
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 America the Beautiful Fund
America the Beautiful Fund has grants of seed avaliable for community planting projects. Grow food for thehungry! Beautify your neighborhood!Plant a Freedom Garden in honor of September 11th!Applications are avaliable at www. freeseeds. org or by cal
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 Alaska English Delphinium Club
Promoting the growing of English delphinium cultivars in the United States, exchanging seeds, and providing information on thinning, fertilizing, and staking of these wonderful cultivars.
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 My Stupidest Gardening Mistake - or- We Were Once All Newbies
I stole this thread from the perennials forum. We need to remember that everyone makes mistakes. Enjoy - chrisMD. My Stupidest Garden Mistake...... Posted by NymphaeaRosa Z5/6 NJ (My Page) on Sat, Feb 9, 02 at 1:30 I'm an 'intermediate'
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 Childhood Memories
This thread came from the 'Gardening With Kids' forum. Enjoy! Childhood Memories, Please! Posted by KarenfromHingham 6a MA (My Page) on Sun, Sep 23, 01 at 22:11 Why are you a gardener? Did it start in your youth? Was there anyone in partic
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 Byron's World Famous Tea Recipe For Starting Seeds (Entire Thread)
Posted by: Byron 4a/5b NH (My Page) on Tue, Feb 26, 02 at 10:36 I use a weak tea formula. Make a cup of tea, anything that you have. Let it steep for 4 min, then dump it. Make a second cup with the same bag. Let this steep for 4 min.
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