03 September 2012

Around the Internet - Daffnet update, Master Gardener newsletters, plant and seed sales, and a wow video

My inbox is always stuffed with garden blogs, garden book information, newsletters and how-tos. Here are a few that may be of interest to you.

If you are a fan of Daffodils and a member of the online daffodil conversation called Daffnet, your inbox has an email requiring you to give yourself a new password. All previous passwords are being eliminated.  Here's the link scoop from our fab administrators "This morning you received your last monthly password reminder for  "daffnet@daffodilusa.org". Normally, members use this password to    access the email archive files.  Now, all contents within the archive can be found on Daffnet.org. There are a variety of methods you can use to search through the archives including using the "Search box", clicking on a category, or using the calendar. Many of you have already requested a password for new Daffnet.  If you have not yet, click on this link "Get new Password" and enter your email address: http://daffnet.org/wp-login.php?action=lostpassword. You will receive an email with a URL link to click which will enable you to enter a password."

The Tulsa Master Gardeners' email newsletter has tips on getting the fall veg garden going by the end of September, lawn and landscape care. TMG newsletters are at http://www.tulsamastergardeners.org/.


Brent and Becky's tulip sale is at https://store.brentandbeckysbulbs.com/spring/specials.php

Northern California's Master Gardener's monthly gardening advice is at
http://www.mastergardeners.org/scc.html?utm_source=tips&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2012-09

Territorial Seed is having a fall planting flower sale at
http://www.territorialseed.com/email_aug2012-4/?r=LWEAUG4_t

Memphis TN Master Gardener's newsletter is at
http://memphisareamastergardeners.org/newsletter.htm

Mountain Valley Growers is having a fall sale at
http://www.mountainvalleygrowers.com/orderform7fallex2012.htm
Look for perennial herbals such as lavender, catnip, agastache, oregano, salvia, thyme as well as broccoli, rhubarb and lettuce.

Missouri Environment and Garden newsletter is at
http://ipm.missouri.edu/meg/2012/8/September-Gardening-Calendar/

Botanical Interests has lots of seeds on sale 40% off at
http://www.botanicalinterests.com/products/index/discount:69/40-April-2012

And as a bonus for anyone who read to the end, plant people will love this youtube video from Botanicus Interactis
http://www.ritholtz.com/blog/2012/08/botanicus-interacticus-interactive-plant-technology/


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