Garden Simply would like to thank the following resources for allowing us to use various images and/or content. These resources are helping us offer you the most extensive sustainable organic gardening/lifestyle information possible!

The National Gardening Association, http://www.garden.org - Resource offering extensive gardening information, including the data for our Gardening Q & A Library.

Missouri Botanical Gardens, http://www.mobot.org - Resource offering the Kemper Center for Home Gardening and the Kemper Center Plantfinder which provides extensive plant information and images.

Horticopia, Inc., http://www.horticopia.com - Providing horticultural software references of plant pictures and data designed exclusively for the green industry.

Spokane Regional Solid Waste System., - Providing compost graphics and information on making excellent use of their organic wastes.

University of Connecticut Plant Database, http://www.hort.uconn.edu/plants - Resource providing images and detailed plant pages for many species.

Erv Evans, North Carolina State University, http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/ - Resource providing images and extensive plant fact sheets for numerous species.

US Apple Association, http://www.usapple.org/consumers/kids/index.shtml - Resource providing images and download materials on apples and 'gimme5'.

Virginia Cooperative Extension, http://www.ext.vt.edu/ - Resource providing images and extensive plant fact sheets and numerous articles.

American Meadows Wildflowers, http://www.americanmeadows.com - Company offering over 70 individual species of wildflowers, including quality seed mixtures.

Wes Autio, University of Massachusetts Fruit Program, http://www.umass/edu/fruitadvisor/ - Resource offering images and content for some apple tree species.

Washington State University, Irrigated Agriculture Research & Extension Center, http://www.fruit.prosser.wsu.edu - Resource offering images and content for various cherry and apricot species.

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Roger Phillips, Rogers Roses, http://www.rogersroses.com - Resource offering images and content for rose bushes.

The National PLANTS Database, http://plants.usda.gov - National Plant Data Center, Baton Rouge, LA 70874-4490 USA.

The National Gardening Bureau Inc. http://www.ngb.org/index.cfm - Resource offering articles from garden writers around the world.

City of Bremerton, WA., http://www.cityofbremerton.com/ - Resource offering images and content for rain barrels.

Access Washington, http://access.wa.gov/ - Resource for Water Pollution Facts.

City of Bremerton, WA., http://www.communitygarden.org/ - Resource offering information on community gardening.

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