Gardening Web Links
This list of websites provides additional sources of gardening tips and useful information.
The maritime areas of the Pacific Nortwest can be a great place to grow a garden. Our climate is mild, and the general growing season usually extends
from April to through mid October. And in some areas, particularily in many years even longer. The last frost in the Spring is usually by May 1st, and sometimes as early as the middle of March.
The major cities in the Puget Sound area, including Seattle lie in the USDA climate zone 8 with minimum temperatures of 10 to 20 ºF (-12 to -7 ºC). While the Pacific coastal plain and foothills,
the Northern coast regions and the Puget Sound areas. Although Seattle lies as far north as Bangor, Maine and Oslo, Norway, the Pacific Ocean currents bring mild marine air that keeps our area
relatively warm and wet in the winter months and cool and usually dry in the summer.
With proper planning and skillful planting we can grow vegetables and some fruits year around easily and quite inexpensively.
These web links will provide some of this guidance.
- Growing Blueberries
- Week End Gardening
- Garden Helper
- Agriculture Topics
- Growing Potatoes
- Potato Scab
- Soil Facts
Provides a selection of North Carolina University soil related links.
- Using Sulfur
- Seedman-Seed Source
- Giant Sequoias
- Wild Boar
- Washington State University
Provides Northwest gardening helpful tips and information.
- Web Garden
- Texas Horticulure Q & A
- Garden News
- Poison Plants
- Farmers Almanac
- WSU Master Gardener Program
- Washington State University
- University of Idaho Forestry
- University of Wyoming Extension
- University of Alaska Extension
- Michigan State University
College of Agriculture & Natural Resourses.
- Greenhouse & Nursery Resources
University of West Virginia Extension
University of West Virginia
- Oregon State University Extension
Great source of information for gardening, farming, forestry, and soil science.
- Home Garden Tips
Provides a useful source of home gardening tips.
- Foxfire Books
The Foxfire Book Series
- Foxfire Books
The Foxfire Kindle Book Series
- Gardening Magazines
A selection of gardening, farming, and livestock magazines
- Gardening Information
Gardening tips, books, tools, and useful gardening information.
- Gardening Books
Books cover organic gardening, raised beds & container gardening, plant progation, and greenhouses.
- Lübeck Haus Bookstore Directory
Browse our bookstore catalogue for all of our extensive book categories.
In House Utility Links
- German web search engines and web links Search Engine Directory .
Browse and search the web with search engines in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
- Go to Lübeck Haus Bookstore Bookstore Directory .
Browse our bookstore catalogue listing for all of our book categories. Including German language computer based tutorials.
- Visit online our Kings Street Market Market Directory .
Browse The Kings Street Market Directory for a variety of shopping stores including bookstores, other stores provide electronic equipment, computers, gardening books, gardening equipment & tools, livestock, honey bee hives & supplies, groceries, camping supplies, camping tents, hunting & fishing equipment, stone masonry books, masonry tools & supplies, and other stores offer products for your home, job, den, and garden.
- Visit Kings Gate Lodge Website Directory .
Our Outfitters Department offers hunting and fishing equipment, camping tents and equipment, camping supplies, canoes, kayaks, outdoor clothing, groceries, and books.
- Go to Lübeck Haus Store Store Directory .
Offers an extensive selection of books, audiobooks, kindle books, kindle readers, DVD and VHS movies, music CD's, home & office electronics, computers, computer and game software, cellular phones, power and hand tools, hardware, clothing, apparel, jewelry, watches, magazines, games and toys.
- Visit the Washington Institute Of Dendrology Research.
The Washington Institute Of Dendrology Research is a non-profit scientific and educational corporation dedicated to finding effective and safe methods to control and to the eventual elimination
of some of the invasive diseases and insects that adversely affects the health of the trees of our forest lands, our landscaping trees, and our crop trees.
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If you have gardening questions, comments, or suggestions, email Emil at firstname.lastname@example.org
This page was last reviewed and updated November 21, 2017.