Human Flower Project
An international group dedicated to plant diversity: news, competitions, policy research, more….
Links, advice, human warmth especially for gardeners in USDA Hardiness Zones 4 and colder
Beautiful multilingual weblog— showing trees, flowers and plants in the context of Portuguese history and culture.
Gorge on garden pictures by designer Pam Penick.
Communications pro, horticulturist, and speckled dog owner with a weakness (you know we mean strength) for Elvis Costello—Craig Cramer, near Ithaca, NY
Four witty and experienced gardeners from across the U.S., trendspotting and media-watchdogging with abandon.
Stuart Robinson’s United Nations of Garden Bloggers.
A Canadian gardener with impeccable taste, an organic credo, and (just in time!) a sense of humor.
Botanical garden and education center in Austin, TX, dedicated to raising public consciousness about native plants
Scientists even a humanist can appreciate, featuring seeds, possums and other living things from Georgia, also linking to the Wolfskin Volunteer Fire Department.
Home base for “Annie” of a thousand pseudonyms, the diplomate of garden bloggers.
Key to growing seasons within the USA
Arguably the first garden blog ever created, M. Sinclair Stevens faithfully tracks progress and devolution in a Central Texas yard.