Resources for Specific Types of Gardens
This is the website of the Aquatic Gardeners Association. The organization is an international nonprofit organization of aquatic plant enthusiasts, which appeals to both beginners and experienced hobbyists alike. The AGA produces a quarterly journal called The Aquatic Gardener, the only English language journal devoted primarily to aquarium plants. AGA members receive a subscription to TAG and all special publications. Members also can purchase hard to find aquarium plant books, magazines, and back issues. The group now also hold an annual convention and an online aquascaping contest.
Veggie Gardening Tips
This is a large blog-type site Featuring Gardening Tips, Organic Techniques, and Ornamental Plants for Growing Incredible Vegetable, Fruit, and Herb Gardens. It showcases current topical articles, and provides a lot of videos. The categoies are numerous. Some are general, such as beginner gardening tips, seed starting techniques, organic gardening and fertizers and pest control, which others focus on specific items such as leafy greens, root vegetables, garlic, tomatoes, and muschrooms and soil fungi. There's also a Gardening Blogroll of links to externals blogs on interesting topics such as Cold Climate Gardening and Gardening in New York City.
Gardening in the UK
This UK site hosts a lot of great gardening information that is tailored for the UK climate. Read about plant profiles, garden projects, or take a garden tour. Ask an expert and learn more about gardening that you could ever imagine. An e-diary contains information about garden events. Check out the current weather in any part of the world. A search engine will help you find a gardening business near you. For extra resources, check out the gardening shop or browse the gardening books. DIY information is on the site, along with beautiful pictures of various gardens.
Flower Bulbs and Garden Trends
The International Flower Bulb Centre provides information on bulb basics, spring flowering, cut & potted flowers, US bulb regions, bulb history, forcing bulbs, naturalizing, where to buy, landscaping, floral trades and information on the bulb industry. This easy-to-navigate site will take you through everything you need to know about growing your own bulbs.
Lettuce Varieties for Home Growing
This site, focused on Lettuce begins by describing the main types of lettuce, which are: Crisphead, summer crisp, butterhead, loose-leaf, and cos (aka Romaine). The types of lettuce are described in detail and an asterisk denotes which can be grown during the summer. Other features of this Natural Hub site include information about fruit, vegetables, nuts, and culinary herbs. Growing aids, gardening organizations, and books and magazines are also sections within the site.