Plants For A Future has moved

R J Morris Plants For A Future pfaf at scs.leeds.ac.uk
Fri Mar 14 13:25:18 EST 1997


Dear Friend,
	You may be intrested to know that the Plants For A Future site
has now moved from 
	http://www.liv.ac.uk/~rmorris/pfaf
to
	http://www.scs.leeds.ac.uk/pfaf/

Plants For A Future is a charity aiming to encourage a more diverse
use of plants and the site has information on the edible and other
uses of plants. This includes leaflets on

	 1. Allium Species - the Perennial Onions 
	 2. Alternative Food Crops 
	 3. Alternative Fruits 
	 4. Alternative Lighting: Plant Oils and Waxes 
	 5. Alternative Root Crops 
	 6. Conservation Gardening 
	 7. Crataegus Species - The Hawthorns. 
	 8. Hemerocallis Species - The Day Lilies. 
	 9. The Edible Lawn. 
	10. Edible Ornimental Plants 
	11. The Edible Pond and Bog Garden 
	12. Edible Shrubs 
	13. Elaeagnus x ebbingei - A Plant for all Reasons. 
	14. Fibre Plants 
	15. Ground cover plants. 
	16. Hedges and their use      Deutsch 
	17. The Milkweeds 
	18. Soap Plants 
	19. Staple seed crops from perennials 
	20. The Urban Garden 
	21. Vegtable Oils 
	22. Why Perennials 
	23. Winter Salads 
	24. Woodland Garden Plants 

You may also be intrested in our sister site, the Plant Tracker, 
	http://www.axis-net.com/pfaf
which has an the online version of the 7000 species database.

	Rich



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