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Flowerbulb and garden related Links

If you are interested in more information about flowerbulbs, gardening, gardening by state, or prepare your visit to the Netherlands we suggest you start with the following sites:

Links to Flowerbulbs

  • American Daffodil Society (ADS)

    ADS was founded in 1954 to promote wider interest in daffodils; to encourage scientific research and education on daffodil culture, breeding, diseases, pests, exhibiting, and testing; to encourage, coordinate, and sponsor shows and exhibitions of daffodils; to record and disseminate horticultural information about daffodils and issue publications for such purpose; and to register daffodil varieties and standardize their names in cooperation with international authorities.

  • Amsterdam Tulip Museum

    Learn the story of the world's most dangerous flower, whose beauty drove rich and poor, Emperors and Sultans to ecstasy and bankruptcy. Founded in 2004, the Amsterdam Tulip Museum seeks to fill a void in the history of the tulip. Amsterdam has no comparable institution dedicated to telling Holland's fascinating horticultural story. Located in the Jordaan district, the museum offers a special reward for anyone interested in gardening, or simply sightseeing in Amsterdam.

  • Hortus Bulborum established in 1928

    Treasury of historical bulbs The Hortus Bulborum is the only museum garden in the world where you can find over 3,500 different tulip, hyacinth, daffodil and other bulbous cultivars, species and varieties in bloom. Nowhere on this globe you will find such a fine selection of old bulbs in one place.

  • International Flower Bulb Centre

    A website of the Netherlands Flower Bulb Information Center/ North America, dedicated to eveything about bulbs and bulb flowers for North American gardeners.

  • International Bulb Society

    Gallery of the World's Bulbs. A pictorial and cultural guide to the world's geophytic plants (commonly known as "bulbs").

  • Keukenhof

    Nowhere else in the world are the flowers and colours of the spring as glorious as at Keukenhof. Here you can find endless inspiration while you relax in the beautiful surroundings of the park. Keukenhof offers you the opportunity to see millions of bulbs in flower, fantastic flower shows and the largest sculpture park in the Netherlands and is the most photographed place in the world. Enjoy the spring!

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Links to Gardening and Garden related products

  • Anything 4 Gardening

    Quickly locate links and resources for anything gardening...or garden related, from plants and seeds to tools and equipment to growing info...and more.

  • B&D Lilies / Snow Creek Gardens

    B&D Lilies has been a family owned and operated farm in Northwest Washington State, specializing in garden-tested Oriental, Trumpet, and Asiatic bulbs, selected for soil and weather conditions across the country, for more than 30 years.

  • Better Homes and Gardens

    One of the most widely circulated magazines in the United States. The website is one of the biggest and most complete for gardeners.

  • Bobbex Repellents

    Bobbex Repellents are the most effective long lasting sprays on the market. Bobbex is environmentally compatible, using only natural ingredients that stop herbivore browsing by using multiple smell and taste deterrents and will not wash off.

  • Droll Yankees Bird Feeders

    Droll Yankees is known as the makers of the world's best bird feeders, having introduced the first tubular bird feeder in 1969 and being acknowledged as the standard bearer since then.

  • Gardening Know How

    Discover Gardening made simple. An invite to explore, learn and discover all the answers to your gardening questions.

  • Garden Watchdog

    Dave's Garden, the website where friends share their triumphs and dilemmas in their home gardens and their lives. Dave's Garden is also a place for gardeners to share seeds or plants with other gardeners, and has so much to offer, you are certainly going to find something that will have you coming back daily, as well as making you proud to tell your friends and family about your new gardening home on the net.

  • GardenWeb Bulbs Forum

    A forum meant for the discussion of plants that grow from bulbs, corms or rhizomes--how to plant and care for them, recommendations for selections, sources for plants, etc.

  • Irish Eyes Garden Seeds

    Irish Eyes - Garden City Seeds is a quality provider of potato, vegetable, flower and garden seeds. We have just the right seeds for your home garden, including heirlooms seeds, certified seed, and organic gardening supplies.

  • Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

    The Wildflower Center's Native Plant Information Network allows you to search for native plant info by plant traits or names, browse through our collection of 25,366 native plant images, and pose your plant question to our resident horticulturalist.

  • Mail Order Gardening Association

    Find gardening catalogs and publications

  • National Gardening Association

    The National Gardening Association (NGA), founded in 1973, is a nonprofit leader in plant-based education. Serving a national audience with timely materials designed to foster an appreciation for the benefits of gardening. Their mission is to promote home, school, and community gardening as a means to renew and sustain the essential connections between people, plants, and the environment.

  • NOFA Northeast Organic Farming Association

    NOFA extends the vision, principles and expertise of organic agriculture to the landscapes where people live their daily lives. They offer courses in organic land care run an accreditation program for professional, publish guides, books and brochures on organic land care.

  • PlantExplorers.com The adventure is growing

    PlantExplorers.com is a resource for anyone who likes plants, and anyone who wants to learn more about them. And PlantExplorers.com is for the people who discovered those plants, and the people who continue to search the far corners of the globe for new plants. To help members and visitors accomplish this, they are developing an on-line encyclopedia of plants. This website is also a celebration of plant exploration both past and present, with articles on historical explorers, and pages for their modern counterparts (their members) to tell their own tales of discovery.

  • Vixen Hill Cedar Products

    Manufacturer of quality cedar Gazebos, Porch Systems, Shutters, and Outdoor Structures since 1980.

  • World of Weeds

    Over 200 Weed Identification Lists with Pictures by State or Region in North America.

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Gardening by State - some useful links to University and Government websites

  • The United States National Arboretum

    The mission of the U.S. National Arboretum is to conduct research, provide education and to conserve and display trees, shrubs, flowers, and other plants to enhance the environment.

  • National Park Service

    Tulips make up the biggest part of the total spring planting in the National Capital Parks. For the 1995 season, a total of 327,600 spring bulbs were planted, including 251,900 tulips, 42,200 daffodils, 29,850 muscari, 3,600 hyacinth and 50 anemone. National Park Service gardeners prepare the beds and hand-plant the bulbs in November throughout the Nation's Capital. In order to achieve uniform results in flower size, height and blooming period, new tulip bulbs are imported from the Netherlands and planted each year.

  • Cornell University Plant Clinic

    The Clinic is designed to provide plant disease diagnostic services for anyone interested in plant diseases. Services include analysis of plant material and soil for bacterial, fungal, viral, and nematode pathogens as well as suggesting appropriate control measures when available.

  • University of Minnesota

    Gardening and Commercial Horticulture programs include educating northern home gardeners as well as horticulture production and service industries.

  • Missouri Botanical Garden

    Founded in 1859, the Missouri Botanical Garden is the nation's oldest botanical garden in continuous operation and a National Historic Landmark.

  • University of Missouri

    Horticulture publications.

  • Montana State University Garden Guide

    This site has been designed to answer your most frequently asked garden questions. Priority for answering questions will be given to Montana residents.

  • University of Nebraska Horticulture

    University of Nebraska Lincoln Extension publications offer research-based, peer-reviewed objective information in a wide range of topics.

  • New England Wildflower Society

    New England Wild Flower Society is a 107-year-old success story! Nationally recognized as one of the nation's leading plant conservation organizations. Conserving native plants to protect our healthy, beautiful, and diverse ecosystem.

  • Web Garden at Ohio State University.

    Horticulture & crop science in virtual perspective.

  • Penn State Consumer Horticulture Center

    Penn State Department of Horticultar's effort to educate consumers about horticulture and gardening-related topics.

  • USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map

    The 2003 US National Arboretum "Web Version" of the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map USDA Miscellaneous Publication No. 1475, Issued January 1990.

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When you will visit the Netherlands here are some useful Links

  • Amsterdam Tulip Museum

    Learn the story of the world's most dangerous flower, whose beauty drove rich and poor, Emperors and Sultans to ecstasy and bankruptcy. Founded in 2004, the Amsterdam Tulip Museum seeks to fill a void in the history of the tulip. Amsterdam has no comparable institution dedicated to telling Holland's fascinating horticultural story. Located in the Jordaan district, the museum offers a special reward for anyone interested in gardening, or simply sightseeing in Amsterdam.

  • Holland

    Official website of The Netherlands Board of Tourism & Conventions. To enjoy the blooming bulb season plan your visit at the end op April.

  • Keukenhof

    Nowhere else in the world are the flowers and colours of the spring as glorious as at Keukenhof. Here you can find endless inspiration while you relax in the beautiful surroundings of the park. Keukenhof offers you the opportunity to see millions of bulbs in flower, fantastic flower shows and the largest sculpture park in the Netherlands and is the most photographed place in the world. Enjoy the spring!

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