Here are some garden-related links we
think you might enjoy:
Cantigny Gardens -
were designed in 1967 by landscape architect Franz Lipp to provide beauty
throughout the year and to test plants new to the Chicago area. The
gardens, now mature, are considered among the finest in America.
Chicago Botanic Garden - the
second most visited botanic garden in the United States, with 23
spectacular gardens on 385 acres.
Chicago Wilderness - is a regional
nature reserve, comprising an archipelago of 200,000 acres of protected
natural lands in the metropolitan region.
Garden Clubs of Illinois
- (GCI) is a not-for -profit corporation. Founded in 1929, it now has
9,000 members. GCI promotes the advancement of horticulture, creative
expression in flower design, beautification of home and civic grounds, and
conservation of natural resources.
Hort Corner - is a
website full of home gardening and lawn care ideas from the professionals
at University of Illinois Extension.
The Hosta Patch - is a nursery
specializing in the growing and selling of Hostas. The Hosta Patch was
established in 1989 out of a passion for this distinct and colorful group
Garden Club - Morris Area Garden Club website with information on
thier activities such as special events, l their garden walk and speakers
Morton Arboretum - a magnificent
botanical garden of trees, specializes in the display and study of trees,
shrubs, and vines. Beautiful gardens and landscapes are found throughout
the Arboretum's 1,700 acres.
GardenWeb - "hosts forums, garden
exchanges, articles, contests, a plant database, the Web's largest
garden-related glossary and online catalogs."