- Watch the corn grow on the world's first corn cam. Archived photos scroll past, showing year's growth. Links to everything corn and gives weather and soil information for Iowa.
- USDA Plants Database provides information for thousands of modern plants including a gallery, links and more.
- International Plant Names Index lists bibliographic citations for more than one million species of green things.
- CalPhotos archives one of the biggest botany photo collections on the web and links to CalFlora database. Also included are amphibians and landscapes.
- Vascular Plant Image Gallery from Texas A and M University.
- Online Tree Guide to more than 800 North American trees and shrubs includes range maps, shade tolerance, pollinators, taxonomy and scientific names.
- Information pages and interactive keys to North American trees.
- Cycad Pages from the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney, Australia provides a wonderful "world list of cycads."
- Scott's Botanical Links provides curated links to plant how-to's, history of botany, the latest molecular information with new sites being added all the time.
- Mushroom of the Month from Tom Volk who works at the University of Wisconsin Botany Department. Also has an archive of more than 1000 fungus photos.
- Fungi of California and more on this fascinating website.
- Lichens in art, medicine and nature.
- The Plant Trivia Timeline shows the development of plants and their changing uses over time.
- Angiosperm Phylogeny and Taxonomy from the Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis.
- On-line herbarium from the New York Botanical Garden should be of particular interest to people around the world - especially where reference collections are few and far between. They have 85,000 photos of specimens available.
- A Modern Herbal, by Mrs. Grieve, 1931 includes species like
this one. Note the date and see how much we've learned about plants in the past three quarters of a century. Beautiful illustrations and the index makes it an interesting read.
- Carnivorous Plant FAQ. Venus flytraps, pitcher plants and nearly 600 other species. Some photos and cartoons are intended to be humorous and not real.
- Palynology Page. Bone up on your fossil and present plant pollen here. (Acritarchs are pollen.)
Northcoast Chapter California Native Plant Society.
Gardening quotes from "Emily Compost.