Backyard Gardener provides online gardening plans, plant lists and links to the best gardening reference sites. Topics include: alpine gardens, bog gardens, annual gardens, bulbs, catalog lists, compost, common names, dry garden, fence designs, greenhouse,...
Botany Careers - Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to frequently asked questions about a career in botany. Explains what botany is, how it is used in society, careers, areas of specialization, and more.
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Contemporary Plant Systematics: 3rd Edition
"Now in brilliant four-color hard cover, this benchmark, well-illustrated text gives students, 'wherever they may live in the world,' sufficient botanical understanding of vascular plants. A comprehensive new edition, it references new implications from...
eNature Identification Guides Online
The complete online guide to over 4800 North America plants and animals. Current field guides available include: amphibians, birds, butterflies, fish, insects, mammals, reptiles, seashells, seashore creatures, spiders, trees, and wildflowers. Type in your...
Introduction to the Cycads
Learn about cycads life history and ecology, fossil record, morphology and information about Cycadophyta's three families.
National Wildlife Nature Resources and Lessons
The National Wildlife Federation offers many free lesson plans, ideas, and tools to help connect children with nature and teach about nature. They also offer a magazine and other items for purchase.
Plant Dictionary is an indexed system of teaching resources for the discipline of Horticulture and Crop Science. This great resource for gardeners, developed by Ohio State University
Plants - A SMART Unit
Plants, plants, plants! God had no shortage of ideas when he began creating them. This unit opens to students the wonders of the third day of creation with a host of hands on activities. It provides the multigrade or one room school teacher with a gift of...
Searching for the Creator Through the Study of a Bacterium
Looking at His creation we can see evidence that God designed things to each have their own place. Javor looks at the bacterium E. coli and notes "that even at this microscopic level, the Creator was fully able to implement a variation on the theme of...