bleeding heart plant
hadden at WINGATE.EDU
Mon Jun 29 07:08:12 EST 1998
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Look under the resources listed in the Horticulture, Plant Care section of
Scott's Botanical Links web site at
The contents appear below, but you'll have to go to his site to link
directly to them.
Horticulture, Plant Care:
Ohio State University Extension VegNet - information on vegetable
tomatoes, potatoes, pumpkins
National Gardening Association - 3000 question FAQ, kid's site,
buyer's guide, recipes, other links
Boyce Thompson Southwestern Arboretum - plant care, gardens,
deserts and legume site with photographic images
Pacific Northwest Native Wildlife Gardening - links to wildflower
societies, listserv, seed sources, nurseries
OSU Info -- Yard & Garden - county extension data, with specific
information on growing plants
Encylopedia of Plants - well-illustrated encyclopedia
Introduction to Tomatoes - Illustrated FAQ mainly about tomato
development and structure
Wildflowers of Alabama - Photos, nice write-ups on selected genera
Gardeners of the Golden Horseshoe - Garden site, talk/exchange
group, botanical listservs
FAQs about Tree and Shrub Care
Diane Caillet wrote:
> I would like some information about how to care for the bleeding heart
> plant. I don't know whether it should get full sun or partial shade. I
> would also like to know how much water the plant requires.
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email;internet: hadden at wingate.edu
title: Professor and Chair, Department of Biology
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