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Last updated 6-Nov-99

The Garden Gate: Into the garden and beyond...

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. So if you enjoy plants, either in the garden or in nature, stop on by, the gate is open! About The Garden Gate

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Gardener's Reading Room Online books, magazines, catalogs and catalog information, as well as online sources for gardening books. So make a cup of tea and pull up a comfy chair.
Teaching Garden Enough databases, glossaries, FAQs, special topic WWW pages, collections, and plant lists to keep the info-junkies among us busy for quite a while.
Garden Shop Shop 'til your mouse goes belly-up. Mailorder shopping has never been easier.
Sun Room Whether you call them houseplants, indoor plants, tropicals or greenhouse plants, you can learn how to stop killing them. Visit the Sun Room for plant life-saving information.
Down the Garden Path... ... and around the world for virtual garden tour of botanical gardens, greenhouses, and private gardens.
Mailing Lists for Gardeners Not getting enough e-mail? No excuses. Subscribe to a few of these mailing lists and fix that problem forever!
Newsgroups for Gardeners USENET newsgroups offer lively discussion, plenty of opinions, and the occasional morsel of invaluable information.
Holding Bed Where new links are heeled in until they are transplanted into their permanent spots. Or composted...
Gardening in Illinois A resource for gardeners in East Central Illinois, Gardening in Illinois provides horticultural information specifically for our area as well as mini-tours of interesting places to visit.

Copyright © 1994-1999 Karen Fletcher, garden-gate@prairienet.org. All Rights Reserved.

Original materials on The Garden Gate may be copied and distributed only for personal, non-commercial use provided they are kept in their original form and all copyright information retained. The Garden Gate logo may not be reproduced without permission of the owner. The Garden Gate Web site is not affiliated with any of the various Garden Gate magazines. You can visit the national Garden Gate magazine and e-mail GardenGate@gardengatemag.com for questions and comments.

URL: http://garden-gate.prairienet.org
Last updated on November 6, 1999.