BOTANY AND HORTICULTURE
Silvanus, deus agrorum
(Badisches Landesmuseum Karlsruhe. Photo J. McMahon)
Morris Arboretum of the University of
Pennsylvania: A personal favorite and home to the Pennsylvania Flora Project,
featuring a searchable list of the Keystone State's native and naturalized
- Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew
- Botany from the
- Brooklyn Botanic Garden
- Australian National Botanic
Gardens Biodiversity Server
- Fairchild Tropical Garden: One of the
world's premier botanic gardens, featuring plants such as cycads,
palms, and other tropical specimens.
- Missouri Botanical Garden
- Mississippi State
U. Dept of Entomology & Plant Pathology
- The Royal
- U.of Connecticut Dept.
of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
- U. of
Delaware Botanic Gardens
- U. of Georgia Botany Dept.
Directory for Botany: The premiere site for botanical information worldwide.
- Some noteworthy botanical sites:
Economic Botany and
Ethnobotanical Resources: Information on the relationships between humans
Medicina Nahuatl: Information and illustrations from herbals of
early colonial Mexico.
- American Association
of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta: The AABGA is the professional association
for public gardens in North America, supporting the public horticulture
community in its mission to study, display and conserve plants. This site
includes a list of
- Botanical Latin
- CSU Bioweb Botany Page
- Botanical.Com: A comprehensive
site devoted to resources on botany and herbs.
- A Modern
Herbal: The hypertext version of the classic by Maude Grieve.
- Henriette's Herbal Homepage: A site
devoted to herbs and their uses; includes many useful
- The Herb Society of
America: "Dedicated to promoting the knowledge, use and delight of herbs
through educational programs, research, and sharing the experience of its
members with the community."
- World Seeds: Information
about plants and their interrelationship with people.
- Noteworthy horticultural sites: