Spring Plant Sale Vendors 2013
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University of British Columbia Botanical Garden The UBC Botanical Garden and Centre for Plant Research is located in Vancouver, Canada. Our mission is excellence in plant research, education, and conservation. Please visit and enjoy this garden of science and beauty.
Greer Gardens ship all over the world, year ’round. The online Plant Catalog offers about 4,500 varieties of plants and close to 700 photos, ranging from conifers, perennials, bonsai and ferns, to azaleas, rhododendrons, magnolias, and maples.
Seattle Rhododendron Society Benefits of membership include monthly newsletter, events and educational opportunites
Azalea Society of America Some of this site is limited to members, but much of it is open for readers and it includes material on care and cultivation as well as a free newsgroup that you can join whether or not you are a member of the Society.
Bovees Nursery Growers and Sellers of Tropical Vireyea Rhododendrons, Alpine, Rock Garden, and Rare Plants - Now in their 57th year!
Vancouver Rhododendron Society The Vancouver Rhododendron Society is a chapter of the American Rhododendron Society.
The New York Botanical Garden is a museum of plants, an educational institution, and a scientific research organization. Founded in 1891 and now a National Historic Landmark, it is one of the greatest botanical gardens in the world and the largest in any city in the United States, distinguished by the beauty of its diverse […]
Dendrological Plant Image Gallery Gerd Seehawer has been involved in the practical and theoretical aspects of dendrology since about 1980. His interest in dendrology was aroused by visits to the nearby Botanical Gardens. Gerd has an extensive photo-library and his site is well worth the visit. His garden became the location of dendrological experiments and […]
Hardy Fern Foundation The primary study garden is located at the Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden in Federal Way, Washington. The Hardy Fern Foundation is affiliated with research plantings and displays at botanical gardens, arboreta and related public institutions throughout North America.
Glendoick Gardens It all started over 100 years ago. Born in 1893, Euan Cox was invalided out of First World War and avoided going on a troop ship which was sunk just outside Southampton. During the war he worked as John Buchan’s secretary at the Foreign Office. In 1919 Euan was invited by well-known plant […]
Lael’s Moon Garden
Hennings Steve Hennings’ site with many links and his own Rhododendron and Azalea Bookstore
Ole Jonny Larsen ~ Norway Ole Jonny Larsen, a teacher in a Norwegian state school teaching language, literature, and history, is also an addicted collector of plants who particularily favors Rhododendron species. He has one of Norway’s biggest private collections of the genus. He has written many articles in the Norwegian, the Danish, and a Swedish Rhododendron […]
Chimacum Woods – A Rhododendron Nursery 2722 Thorndyke Rd. Port Ludlow, WA 98365 206-383-2713 http://www.chimacumwoods.com/ Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org “Every plant has a story.”
Garden Conservancy Northwest Network
The American Rhododendron Society The American Rhododendron Society is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to encourage interest in and to disseminate information about the genus Rhododendron. Members’ experience ranges from novice to expert. Society activities include public education, flower shows, seed exchanges, scientific studies, and communication through publications and local and national meetings. ARS […]
Mt. Tahoma Nursery
Leach Botanical Garden Leach Botanical Garden is located in a woodland hollow carved by Johnson Creek in southeast Portland, Oregon. This botanical garden specializes in preserving the original Leach collection as well as introducing Northwest native plants through educational programs, conservation, and community involvement.
River Rock Nursery www.riverrocknursery.com 19251 SE Highway 224 Damascus, OR 97089 503-936-5901 Contact: email@example.com Featuring hardy fuchsias, and Embothriums (Chilean Flame Trees) for sale this year, these are great for hummingbirds. They will also have Grevilleas, contorted Sophora, Corokia cotoneaster; Flying Dragons, the contorted hardy orange; many different conifers, including Pinus contorta ‘Chief Joseph,’ dwarf conifers in small pots that are great for […]
Lakewold Gardens Located in Lakewood, Washington, Lakewold offers landscape architecture by Thomas Church surrounded by rare and native plants, State Champion trees, over 900 rhododendrons, 30 Japanese maples and stunning statuary. A Washington State historic landmark, Lakewold’s Georgian-style mansion and historic architecture complete the 10 acres where visitors can step back in time to an […]
The WNARS Project mission is to research and identify all locations of the indigenous Rhododendron species of the western United States and Canada and create a computerized archive of this information. WNARSP endeavors to spread the
Rhododendronforeningen The Danish Chapter of ARS with a Google translator.
Mendocino Coast Botanical Garden The only public garden in the continental US that sits directly on the Pacific Ocean Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens offers everything from colorful displays to thunderous waves. The mild maritime climate makes it a garden for all seasons, attracting gardeners and nature lovers alike. Manicured formal gardens, a dense coastal pine […]
Vireya Site This website is dedicated to presenting the plants of Rhododendron subgenus Vireya – more commonly known as Vireya Rhododendrons, or simply Vireyas. It is an excellent reference site.
Specialty Nursery Guide Welcome to the biggest little nursery Guide in Western Washington that is packed with the information so many gardeners turn to. Links, sales, maps, tips & more.
Royal Horticultural Society The site of the Rhododendron, Camellia and Magnolia Group of the RHS
Meerkerk Gardens Located on Whidby Island, in Washington State, Meerkirk is dedicated to developing and testing hybrid rhododendrons for growing in the Pacific Northwest. Their 50 acre woodland garden is well worth a visit.
Celebrating Wildflowers Celebrating Wildflowers (a part of the US Forest Service) is dedicated to the enjoyment of the thousands of wildflowers growing on our national forests and grasslands, and to educating the public about the many values of native plants.