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Amanda’s Garden wildflower nursery
Native woodland perennials nursery propagated from seed. Located in
Springwater, New York.

Growing Wild
Perennials, Native Plants
Joan Livingston, Canastota, New York


New York Flora Atlas: List of plants by County
The New York Flora Atlas is a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state, as well as information on plant habitats, associated ecological communities, and taxonomy.

New York Forest Owners Association
The mission of the New York Forest Owners Association (NYFOA) is to promote sustainable forestry practices and improved stewardship on privately owned woodlands in New York State. NYFOA is a not-for-profit group of landowners and others interested in the thoughtful management of private forests for the benefit of current and future generations

Department of Natural Resources Cornell University
On-line publications & fact sheets.

The New York Natural Heritage Program
The NY Natural Heritage Program is a partnership between the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS DEC) and The Nature Conservancy. Our mission is to enable and enhance conservation of rare animals, rare plants, and significant natural communities We accomplish this mission by combining thorough field inventories, scientific analyses, expert interpretation, and the most comprehensive database on New York's distinctive biodiversity to deliver the highest quality information for natural resource planning, protection, and management.

Wild Ones: Native Plants, Natural Landscapes promotes environmentally sound landscaping practices to preserve biodiversity through the preservation, restoration and establishment of native plant communities. Wild Ones is a not-for-profit environmental education and advocacy organization

Invasive Plant Council
The purpose of the Invasive Plant Council of New York State is to provide an information clearinghouse for invasive plant identification, research and management. We serve needs of the general public; local, state, and federal government and their agencies; the academic and scientific communities; the business community; and not-for-profit organizations concerning invasive plant issues in New York State.

New York Natural heritage Program
The NY Natural Heritage Program enables and enhances conservation of the state's biodiversity by delivering high-quality information from field inventories, expert interpretation, and the most comprehensive database on New York's distinctive biodiversity. The following conservation guides are designed to help land managers, decision-makers, planners, scientists, consultants, and the interested public better understand the rare species and natural communities that characterize New York.

The Finger Lakes Native Plant Society, Ithaca ,NY

Connecticut Botanical Society
This site has beautiful images of wildflowers and ferns, and gardening information for many native species.

Delaware Wildflowers
Beautiful color close-ups of flowers and fruits of herbaceous plants in and around Delaware.


Invasive plant documents & photographs
This page includes links to all our resources specific to individual invasive plant species. All of The Nature Conservancy's invasive plant species summaries can be downloaded here, including "Element Stewardship Abstracts"

This NBII site is developed and maintained by the Center for Biological Informatics of the U.S. Geological Survey
This page provides access to online identification guides and other tools for identifying invasive species.

Invasive Plants of the Eastern United States: Identification and Control
this web site covers identification characteristics, distribution, and control options for 97 tree, shrub, vine, grass, fern, forb, and aquatic plant species that are invading the eastern United States. For each species, a menu of control options is presented, including mechanical treatments, specific herbicide prescriptions, and, for selected species, recent advances in biological control

This page updated March 6, 2008