Webrings about Plants (WebRing)

Read at : Webring April Newsletter



April 13 is International Plant Appreciation Day. How do you show your appreciation for these non-animal forms of life that provide the backdrop for all our lives? Check out the rings below for sites that will virtually “grow” on you.


Linking gardening enthusiasts’ websites worldwide. Plants, horticulture and gardening for all ages and abilities. You can see what other gardeners are up to, and get some great ideas for your own garden too!

Tropical Plants

Tropical plants and images from every corner of this planet!

The Carnivorous Plants Webring

Information on caring for, maintaining, and purchasing, as well as general info on carnivorous and insectivorous plants. Helping anyone from beginner to expert gardener with the task of growing these unique plants.

The Plant World Ring

Sites which have plant or gardening related content for the public. For example seeds, plants, flowers, gardens, gardening advice, horticultural information, tools & equipment etc.

Gardening International

Come and find information about the garden, from advice on planting and decorating to exchanging seeds and plants, find a site in your area or one far away … and share in the passion of gardening.


Contacting Us At WebRing

The WebRing Service
WebRing is many things: a network of similar web sites, a precise research tool, a web traffic generator. But most of all, WebRing is an ever-expanding online network of personal and business communities that span every topic imaginable.


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Published by

Willem Van Cotthem

Honorary Professor of Botany, University of Ghent (Belgium). Scientific Consultant for Desertification and Sustainable Development.

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