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View Resource Small-Scale Fruit Production: A Comprehensive Guide

Created and maintained by Penn State University Agricultural Services, this guide is a resource for "people who wish to produce fruit on a small scale (on one acre or less) and who are not legally licensed to use pesticides." The guide discusses topics such as getting started, pruning and training fruit trees, pests and pesticides, and controlling wildlife damage. It also includes individual...

https://extension.psu.edu/trees-lawns-and-landscaping/home-g...
View Resource National Gardening Association

This is the homepage of the National Gardening Association, a nonprofit organization established "to help gardeners, and to help people through gardening." The Web site contains loads of garden-related information, including over 2,000 articles, 30,000 FAQs, seed swap programs, a zone finder, pest control library, and much more. The site does advertise some retail items, but all information in...

https://garden.org/
View Resource Gardening and Landscaping

As the presence of spring grows stronger, many people's thoughts drift towards their yards and gardens. The websites assembled below provide resources for, and information about, different aspects of gardening and landscaping. Although the pop-up ads are a little intense at the first site (1), persistent navigating will pay off because The Gardener's Network website offers a wealth of information...

https://scout.wisc.edu/report/nsdl/ls/2004/0402
View Resource Cornell University: Explore Cornell: Home Gardening

A leader in agricultural research, Cornell University offers this artful website on home gardening to provide site visitors with information on a variety of issues regarding community and home horticulture. The three main categories in the site are Flowers, Vegetables, and Lawn Care. The Flower section includes growing guides, and information on designing a flower garden. The Vegetable section...

http://www.gardening.cornell.edu/homegardening/
View Resource The Garden Helper

This informative online gardening resource was created by longtime gardener and former nursery owner Bill Beaurain. The website presents information addressing such topics as Gardening Basics, Creating New Gardens, Fruits and Vegetables, Annual and Perennial Plants, Shrubs and Trees, Bulbs, and more. Site visitors can also link to brief growing guidelines for a wide variety of plants listed by...

http://www.thegardenhelper.com/
View Resource The Helpful Gardener

The Helpful Gardener is an article-rich website produced by Scott Reil, an experienced and accredited nurseryman residing in New England. The website does justice to its name with an array of articles concerning vegetable, flower, and container gardening. Specific article categories include Lilacs, Bonsai, Rose Gardening, Perennials, Garden Design, and Hydrangeas. The site also offers directories...

https://www.helpfulgardener.com/
View Resource Foundation for Landscape Studies

Geographers, historians, landscape designers, urban planners, and poets have all been fascinated with both natural and human-made landscapes for centuries. The mission statement of the Foundation for Landscape Studies might resonate with many of these groups of people: "To foster an active understanding of the importance of place in human life.� From the organization's homepage, visitors can...

http://www.foundationforlandscapestudies.org
View Resource Colorado State University Extension

State university extension services have been helping farmers since the 1930s, as well as anyone who might need some help tending their gardens, canning vegetables, keeping a house in good repair, and a family in good health. Extension services still perform those functions, plus new ones. They have stepped up their knowledge of technology and reasserted their emphasis on conservation practices....

http://extension.colostate.edu/