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  • Aaron's Home and Garden Guide - Weblog-style short articles with reviews of websites and personal gardening observations.
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  • All the Dirt on Gardening - Martha Stoodley blogs about gardening in all seasons, flowers and seeds, historical notes, and garden travel photos.
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  • Andrew Stenning - Weblog by garden designer and photographer in the UK, featuring artistic plant and insect photography, as well as poetry.
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  • Bashasgarden - Gardener in Pennsylvania, a transplant from New York City via Dublin, talks about her adventures in rural gardening.
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  • Bookish Gardener - Gardener in USDA zone 5 writes about triumphs and nemeses, garden chores, interspersed with notes about readings and quotations.
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  • Can You Dig It? - Texas gardener's weblog with photos, observations, and other tidbits.
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  • Darren's Hortus - Describes a garden in Minnesota along with a list of the plants that grow there and gardening how-to tips. Emphasis on Ranunculaceae (thalictrum and aconitum). Numerous links to images and other resources.
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  • Digging in the Dirt - Features a sporadically enthusiastic gardener in the pacific Northwest, who documents each entry with a photo of a flower, plant, or other seasonal garden image.
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  • Dirty Nails - Garden on the mountain, with a shack, bathtub garden, and a jumble of other topics, presented with a touch of humor.
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  • Doug Green's Garden - Retired nursery owner blogs about developments in the world of gardening, and writes articles with tips, advice, and reviews.
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  • Flower Blog by Pinky Lavandula - Pinky posts about flowers (in vases and gardens) and plants, including recipes, uses, photos, and opinion.
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  • Garden Djinn - Garden in Michigan shares photos and observations from her garden and her life.
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  • The Garden Pages - Gardener in Southern California shares tips and information about water-wise gardening, with pages on succulents, natives, heirloom vegetables, lavender, and pomegranates.
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  • Garden Rant - Four gardeners from different corners of the USA weblog about their dirt gardening philosophy, with plenty of social commentary.
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  • Garden Spot - Erica's gardening journal. A collection of information and ideas.
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  • The Garden's Gift - One of a series of related weblog-style subsites exploring gardening in Florida, plant tips and gardening information, and sources for plant, seeds, and accessories.
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  • A Gardener's Notebook - Douglas E. Welch gardens in Southern California. His weblog contains information and tips about garden products and activities, and reports of excursions.
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  • Gardening Gone Wild - Four American garden writers/photographers blog about whatever gardening topics come along, illustrated with striking photographs.
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  • Girl Gone Gardening - California native blogs about her adventures gardening in Indiana. Weather conditions, flower photos, and activities.
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  • Glenns Garden - Glenn Bronner, professional groundskeeper, writes about general garden topics, what's blooming, and presents a photo gallery of garden ideas.
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  • Greenforks - Home and allotment gardener in Britain blogs about the progress of her garden through the seasons, with photos of notable plants and other garden observations.
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  • Greengirls - Three gardeners blog about everyday backyard topics.
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  • Greenspade.com - Certified arborist blogs about a variety of plant and garden topics, usually with brief photo-illustrated posts.
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  • Hayefield - Garden writer Nancy Ondra blogs about her sunny garden in Pennsylvania, shared with two alpacas: cool plants, gardening techniques, and projects.
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  • How Mary's Garden Grows - Virginia gardener shows and describes her garden and plants.
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  • Human Flower Project - Julie Ardery reports, in a series of illustrated weblog-style topics, how people throughout the world live through flowers.
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  • Ilona's Garden Journal - Ilona records events of her garden season and its inspirations.
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  • Kerry's Garden - Weblog of a Kentucky gardener, sharing personal gardening experience and advice, with photos.
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  • KJ Gardens - Weblog with entries covering container gardening and perennials.
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  • The Lovely Plants - Blog about growing a variety of mostly tropical and exotic plants, with a focus on succulents.
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  • Mark's Inspiring Plants - Mark Griffiths in England presents information and photos of various alpine and small bulbs, pleiones, cyclamen, and tropical orchids, as well as photos of his own garden and other gardens in England and Brazil.
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  • May Dreams Gardens - Gardener in Indiana blogs about indoor and outdoor gardening and wildlife, often with a touch of humor.
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  • MucknMire - New Jersey gardener describes the joys, trials, and tribulations of gardening in USDA zone 6.
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  • N8ture - Includes pages on a variety of topics, including sexual and asexual plant propagation, information about various herbs, as well as honeybees and birds.
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  • North Country Maturing Gardener - Master gardener in New Hampshire offers advice, links to resources, and brief articles.
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  • A Not So Simple Garden - Biology teacher reports on plants growing in his garden in upstate New York. An emphasis on South African plants.
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  • The Optimistic Gardener - Garden designer and photographer Linn Arvidsson in Sweden shares her weblog of garden columns, dreams and a smattering of gardening topics.
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  • PA Plantings - Blog by Pennsylvania gardener Mike Slater, covering a variety of plant topics as well as news from the Muhlenberg Botanic Club of Lancaster.
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  • PrairieTide - Midwestern meanderings from a Zone 6 Garden in Peoria, Illinois.
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  • Realmud Garden - Kati in Ontario, a gardening-mad grandmother, offers her thoughts, musings, and photos, loosely connected by a garden theme.
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  • Rod's Garden - Gardening information, advice, and tips by an Oregon Certified Nursery Professional.
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  • Stonethegardener - Gardener shares pictures of flowers and garden scenes from his own garden and others gardens that he has worked on.
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  • Stupid Garden Plants - Vancouver Island greenhouse worker blogs about his journey into all things gardening from tropical plants to vegetable gardens.
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  • Susan's Garden Patch - Toronto gardener provides landscaping tips, plant descriptions, personal observations and a look into some of her own garden areas.
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  • This Garden Is Illegal - Ohio gardener's weblog covering a wide range of general and personal gardening topics.
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  • Tropical Flower Species - Descriptions and photos of some flowering plants and butterfly species commonly found in India.
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  • True Dirt - Briggs Nisbet describes her horticultural pursuits and other outdoor adventures, in a weblog with plenty of photos.
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  • Weeds & Seeds Swap - New Jersey gardener blogs about her garden through the seasons, and offers space for classified ads for plant and seed trades and sales.
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  • The Wildest Dreams of Kew - A weblog-style running photo-illustrated commentary on interesting exotic and familiar plants in the author's garden and the places they come from.
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  • Wooded Paths - Weblog about gardening on a wooded lot in Massachusetts, with descriptions and photos of plants and garden features.
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  • You Grow Girl: Gayla's Journal - Secrets of the plant kingdom revealed for beginners and experts alike.
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