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Flowers can brighten a home or a garden unlike anything else. Whether you're a first-time gardener, a plant sciences student or are simply curious about the natural world, there are many resources online to inform and inspire your gardening future. Growing your own flowers can be a rewarding pursuit, as you watch them transform from seeds to seedlings to blossoming plants. Many seasoned gardeners also order flowers and plants online to fill out the array of colors in their home gardens and include exotic species in their bouquets.
Refer to this website for resources related to butterfly-attracting plants.
A kid-friendly resource includes information on everything from roses to Christmastime flowers.
A school-run website includes wide-ranging environmental themes.
An ecological approach to farming includes farmers' markets and CSA programs.
This organization features resources related to preserving natural forest land.
A thorough list of links teaches kids about all aspects of growing.
A personal website features a directory of design and gift-related links.
Peruse these links for information on everything related to flowers.
Kids can learn about various school subjects from links on this website.
This gardening club provides resources to curious gardeners.
From local farms to seeds, these links cover various gardening themes.
Children can access age-appropriate resources about flowers and plants.
A website aimed at kids features varied plant and flower-themed links.
On this engaging site, kids can learn about zookeeping, gardening and more.
A resource for students and educators includes information on gardening programs in Florida schools.
A local gardening group features a resource directory with information on various plants and flowers.
These links include conservation and gardening-themed resources related to bees.
Beekeepers can find a range of scientific and commercial resources to inform their work.
Find resources about Australian bees at this comprehensive site.
Topics covered in this link directory include beekeeping clubs, bee health themes and research and development.
This informative page outlines the ways you can encourage pollinator species in your area.
These materials provide everything you need to learn about flowers and pollination.
The National Honey Board offers information about the natural sweetener.
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service offers information about pollinators and the pollination process.
This non-profit organization offers information about a range of pollination themes.
The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation provides thorough information sheets about pollinator conservation.
Educators or parents can refer to these lesson plans to teach kids about pollination.
These plan-themed lessons are good for a range of ages and learning levels.
From PBS Learning Media, this lesson focuses on the stages of life that a plant goes through.
A unit of lessons focuses on various plant-related themes, especially for grades PreK through 2.
The National Park Service provides this informative third-grade lesson plan about plant growth.
Teach young learners using this lesson plan from the Partnership for Reform through Investigative Science and Math.
An international ecological movement counts on these partners to further their worldwide work.
Students looking to order flowers can save money with this program.
An article details ecommerce in the floral industry.
The digital advertising company MediaMath provides support for these and other companies.
These companies help the BTO to preserve bird habitats and bird populations in the UK and worldwide.
The Oregon State University Extension Service furnishes gardeners with a wealth of useful information.
Washington State University has put together this primer on preparing a flower bed.
From Cornell University Cooperative Extension and Department of Horticulture, these lessons focus on plant biology and gardening themes.
The non-profit National Gardening Association maintains a page of kid-focused gardening resources and lessons.
The American Horticultural Society provides a countrywide map of the Master Gardener programs offered around the United States.
The University of Vermont Extension Master Gardener Program provides resources on everything from composting to soil testing to plant hardiness maps.
From Penn State University Extension, this resource covers all aspects of keeping bees for honey.
The University of Illinois Extension Service maintains a searchable database of gardening FAQs.
From the Royal Horticultural Society, this guide outlines your first steps as a gardener.
For those in warmer climates, this guide offers advice on how to begin.
Colorado State University Extension maintains a lengthy directory of online resources for gardening and yard care, most available for free download.
Home gardening is a great opportunity to teach your children more about nature and the world around them.
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