The American Herbalists Guild was founded in 1989 as a non-profit,
educational organization to represent the goals and voices of herbalists
specializing in the medicinal use of plants. Their primary goal is to
promote a high level of professionalism and education in the study and
practice of therapeutic herbalism.
CCE is your resource for information on soils, site improvement, plant
selection, proper plant care, eco-friendly practices, integrated pest manage-
ment, composting and much more. They offer offer free or low-cost gardening
classes and tours all year long, volunteer opportunities, and a speaker's bureau of Master Gardeners that will present to your group for a small fee.
Epic Gardening helps you learn hydroponics, aquaponics and urban farming by providing tutorials, guides and education. By blending science and nature and putting that knowledge in the palm of your hand, they hope to influence a generation to take food production into their own hands and change the world.
A collection of resources from Home Advisor on gardening basics, vegetable gardening, flower gardening, and projects to do with children. Big thanks to library patron Kendal who recommended this resource to us.
A resource for gardeners with expert advice, frequently asked questions,
how-to videos, and plant care guides. Particularly of note are the regional
gardening reports, which are specific to gardening zones. We are the
Mid-Atlantic zone, in USDA region 6A.
This blog will concentrate on growing things in Rockland County with its unique
micro-climes and often fickle weather. Besides answering questions, Aurelio
Orlandini will from time to time be writing articles inspired by your questions as well as local happenings.
Unconventional gardening techniques from Canadian gardeners and horticulturists for fanatical (and newbie) gardeners of all abilities and persuasions. Innovative solutions, novel ideas, enlightening research and a solid dose of sensible advice. Gardens not only offer beauty, food and respite, but they’re also life laboratories where we can experiment, discover, dissect and reconnect with nature in all its forms.
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