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Old 12-12-2007, 12:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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There are lots of lists on the web for "catagories" and to search them all would take forever, so . . . How about if we post here references and lists and books and places to buy, and places to trade, and nurseries and "people and places" that we each find interesting and reliable . . . Starting of cource with www. bananas. org

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A great book for general identification of flowering tropicals, accurate botanical info, ID photos. Flowering trees, Heliconia, Bromeliads, etc.
TROPICAL FLOWERING PLANTS by: Kristten Albrecht Llamas
Check it out on Amazon. com

Rare fruit trees and seed: www. organicfarm. net / Puerto Rico

Heliconia (extensive lists) www. montosogardens. com / Puerto Rico

Do you have a good source for something of interest to everyone ?
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Palms..............
Fairchild guide to palms http://palmguide.org/index.php
Palmtalk.org http://palmtalk.org/cgi-bin/forum/ikonboard.cgi?
Bamboo...........
Mr. Bamboo (entertaining and informative) http://www.mrbamboo.com.au/bamboo_main/bamboo_main.html
Bambooweb.info http://www.bambooweb.info/
Rating online nurseries and all kinds of other useful info http://davesgarden.com/
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A good variety of different message board links

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Pine Island Nursery / Tropical Fruit Nursery - rare fruit info & for sale
http://www.tropicalfruitnursery.com/...roducts_ab.htm
This is a link to their: Avocado viewer, Mango viewer, Dragon Fruit viewer, Lychee Viewer, Sapodilla Viewer - http://www.tropicalfruitnursery.com/viewers.htm

Chestnuts: http://www.chestnuts.us

Pomegranate variety info: http://www.purelypoms.com/PhotoIndex.htm

Plumeria Forum: http://www.mauiplumeriagardens.com/forums/

Composting supplies: http://www.urbangardencenter.com

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How to make a self watering planter out of a soda bottle. Posted elsewhere by 'magicgreen'.

http://www.toppers-place.com/pop_bottle_pots.htm
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This is a good spot to say to everyone . . . I have joined many plant groups, but have not enjoyed the helpful more personal responce that I find on Bananas. You are all, every last one of you friendly and interesting folks !

This thread I think is really helpfull in exploring plant sources and groups. Would the monitors please consider keeping this thread up top with "What did you plant today". With all the other forums bussy with conversations, perhaps we could leave this one only as a list, with short comments for sources. My only disappointment with Bananas Org is that the posts often go buy and into archives befor I can read them.

More sources . . .

American Begonia Society: www.begonias.org

Hibiscus: www.internationalhibiscussociety.org

Ferns: www.amerfernsoc.org

Crotons/Codieaum: crotons.org (fantastic photos for ID)
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lots of good info
http://www.jasons-indoor-guide-to-or...gardening.com/
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... My only disappointment with Bananas Org is that the posts often go buy and into archives befor I can read them.
Do you mean that when you find threads in Google for example that its an archive version? Or could you explain this a little more?
We dont really archive threads here, but there are two versions you could find in the search engines. Google prefers to crawl our slimmed down archived versions, its faster for them. Then if you stumble upon the archives, there's a link "View Full Version : " up near the top of those pages.
Does that make any sense or does it sound foreign to you? I'm really curious about your comment, perhaps you can fill me in a bit more. If you just meant that threads get lost in the shuffle and get buried by other threads as the others get replies, I can relate to that too. Just thought I would throw out there the comment about if you do hit a true archive version of a page while searching the web, you can click to toggle to view the original, just look for that link at the top.
This is what I mean, these are all archive versions:
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...rchive+bananas
Click any and you will see at the top:
"View Full Version : More Musas itinerans ??"

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"View Full Version: Bananas.org"

Just thought I would throw this out there, look for those full version links...
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Besides Bananas my other passion is Tree Ferns!

Here is an excellent site with great photography and germination tips:-

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http://www.gingersrus.com/
A vast amount of info and pictures on all kinds of gingers.
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here are a few of the links that i have fond most helpfull and thanks for sharing yours with us
fig intrest group
Fig Interest Group
rose surch enging you can find any rose that has ever been in production
Roses, rose gardening and everything rose related.
national gardin ASCC.
National Gardening Association :: Regional Reports
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Chumley Cycads Specializing In Artificially Propagated Cycads
Robert Chumley's website. Great prices on cycads and Mr. Chumley is very helpful with questions.
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Generally an awesome site for plants in general, grouped by a number of things including genus, and I'd say that it's about the last word on plant ID for anything but Bananas.

UBC Botanical Garden Forums
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Victoria Water Lilies and waterlilies and lotus in general
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Isaac, Thanks so much for the Pop Bottle link. I am going to use it for all of my seedlings and may also try it for germinating seeds too. It is amazing how much I could have saved if I had read this just a few days ago. I spent over $150 on pots, etc at the local nursery and Walmart. Probably could have cut the expense in half!!!
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Have not seen these listed here. Both are good sources of conversation and information.

Hardy Palm and Subtropical Board

Gardenweb Forums

I've been posting on Gardenweb since 2002. Its a great site, with an extraordinarily comprehensive message board for just about anything and everything under the sun as it relates to plants/ gardening.


I couple of great sites / nurseries for cold hardy palms and more in the mid Atlantic / Southeast USA:

The Chilly Palm Tree Company

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plants are the strangest people

Plants are the Strangest People

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Rare and tropical fruits:

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- Plants for a future
"Plants For A Future (PFAF) is a charitable company, originally set up to support the work of Ken and Addy Fern on their experimental site in Cornwall, where they carried out research and provided information on edible and otherwise useful plants suitable for growing outdoors in a temperate climate. Over time they planted 1500 species of edible plants on 'The Field' in Cornwall, which was their base since 1989. Over ten years ago, Ken began compiling a database, which currently consists of approximately 7000 species of plants."

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"The International Board for Plant Genetic Resources (IBPGR) is an autonomous international scientific organization under the aegis of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR). The IBPGR was established by the CGIAR in 1974 and its Executive Secretariat is provided by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. The basic function of the IBPGR is to promote and coordinate an international network of genetic resources centres to further the collection, conservation, documentation, evaluation and use of plant germplasm and thereby contribute to raising the standard of living and welfare of people throughout the world. The Consultative Group mobilizes financial support from its members to meet the budgetary requirements of the Board."

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"Africa has more native cereals than any other continent. It has its own species of rice, as well as finger millet, fonio, pearl millet, sorghum, tef, guinea millet, and several dozen wild cereals whose grains are eaten from time to time..."
Content:
Front Matter (R1-R22)
Foreword (1-2)
Introduction (3-16)
1 African Rice (17-38)
2 Finger Millet (39-58)
3 Fonio (Acha) (59-76)
4 Pearl Millet (77-92)
5 Pearl Millet: Subsistence Types (93-110)
6 Pearl Millet: Commercial Types (111-126)
7 Sorghum (127-144)
8 Sorghum: Subsistence Types (145-158)
9 Sorghum: Commercial Types (159-176)
10 Sorghum: Specialty Types (177-194)
11 Sorghum: Fuel and Utility Types (195-214)
12 Tef (215-236)
13 Other Cultivated Grains (237-250)
Wild Grains (251-272)
Appendix A: Potential Breakthroughs for Grain Farmers (273-284)
Appendix B: Potential Breakthroughs in Grain Handling (285-296)
Appendix C: Potential Breakthroughs in Convenience Foods (297-311)
Appendix D: Potential Breakthroughs in Child Nutrition (312-317)
Appendix E: After Words (318-328)
Appendix F: References and Selected Readings (329-341)
Appendix G: Research Contacts (342-359)
Appendix H: Notes on Nutritional Charts (360-362)
Appendix I: Lost Crops of Africa Series (363-366)
Index of Foods (367-368)
Index of Plants (369-372)
BOSTID Innovation Program (373-375)
Board on Science and Technology for International Development (BOSTID) (376-376)
BOSTID Publications (377-386)
-LOST CROPS of AFRICA- volume II- Vegetables (2006)
"It might be supposed that a hungry continent would exploit all its available food plants to the fullest, but in Africa’s case that is not so. The region below the Sahara is home to hundreds of contributors to the food supply, almost none of which is currently accorded scientific support, official promotion, or inclusion in development schemes..."
Content:
Front Matter (R1-R24)
Introduction (1-32)
1 Amaranth (33-51)
2 Bambara Bean (52-73)
3 Baobab (74-91)
4 Celosia (92-103)
5 Cowpea (104-117)
6 Dika (118-135)
7 Eggplant (Garden Egg) (136-153)
8 Egusi (154-171)
9 Enset (172-189)
10 Lablab (190-205)
11 Locust Bean (206-221)
12 Long Bean (222-233)
13 Marama (234-245)
14 Moringa (246-267)
15 Native Potatoes (268-285)
16 Okra (286-301)
17 Shea (302-321)
18 Yambean (322-344)
Biographical Sketches of Panel Members (345-350)
Credits (351-354)
-LOST CROPS of AFRICA- volume III -Fruits (2008)
"Like Asia and the Americas, the continent of Africa is blessed with a rich tropical flora. Many of the 50,000 or so plants that evolved within its forests and savannas ripen fruits to tempt the myriad wild creatures into spreading their seeds. Speaking generally, Africa has as many of these tasty morsels as tropical Asia or America..."
Content:
Front Matter (R1-R26)
Introduction to Cultivated Fruits (1-20)
Descriptions and Assessments of Individual Species (Culitvated Fruits) (21-21)
III 1-01 BALANITES (22-39)
III 1-02 BAOBAB (40-59)
III 1-03 BUTTERFRUIT (60-75)
III 1-04 CARISSA (76-87)
III 1-05 HORNED MELON (88-101)
III 1-06 KEI APPLE (102-115)
III 1-07 MARULA (116-133)
III 1-08 MELON (134-147)
III 1-09 TAMARIND (148-163)
III 1-10 WATERMELON (164-182)
Volume III Part 2 Wild Fruits (183-184)
Introduction to Wild Fruits (185-218)
Descriptions and Assessments of Individual Species (Wild Fruits) (219-219)
III 2-01 AIZEN (220-233)
III 2-02 CHOCOLATE BERRIES (234-241)
III 2-03 CUSTARD APPLES (242-251)
III 2-04 EBONY (252-261)
III 2-05 GINGERBREAD PLUMS (262-269)
III 2-06 GUMVINES (270-279)
III 2-07 ICACINA (280-289)
III 2-08 IMBE (290-299)
III 2-09 MEDLARS (300-307)
III 2-10 MONKEY ORANGES (308-315)
III 2-11 STAR APPLES (316-323)
III 2-12 SUGARPLUMS (324-329)
III 2-13 SWEET DETAR (330-337)
III 2-14 TREE GRAPES (338-346)
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Appendix B: Credits (351-354)
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"This site is designed to help with tree and shrub identification. It features over 9,000 illustrations of trees from all over the world both hardy and tender: from Pines to Prunus, from Oaks to Eucalyptus, Magnolia, Acer and Hamamelis plus shrubs including Bamboo, Camellia, Ceanothus, Clematis, Echium, Fuchsia, Grevillea, Hibiscus, Passiflora, Rhododendron and Viburnum. Text and pictures are based on published and unpublished work of authors Roger Phillips and Martyn Rix."

-What tree is it?
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