Horticulture in the Best of the Web Directory


Comprehensive Listing of Alternate and Botanical Names for Horticultural Crops

Searchable database includes name, alternate names, genus, species, subspecies, and authority for Australian growers.

Cornell University: Department of Horticulture

Services students, citizens, and professionals in New York State, with background, news, events, research, teaching, and outreach.


Searchable database featuring information guide for growing crops under specified environment.

Gardening & Horticulture

Desert Botanical Garden offers tips, ideas, and guides, answers common questions, and features hotline and landscape school.

Inti Maca

Gives the methodology of maca cultivation from the preparation of the land field to its storage.

North Carolina State University Department of Horticultural Science

Presents horticulture department highlights, website updates, degree programs, and contact details.

NSW Department of Primary Industries: Horticulture

Furnishes information on specific fruits, vegetables, flowers and ornamentals, nuts, organic farming, and pests, diseases and disorders.


Aims to promote awareness and education on various aspects of plants.


Dedicated to those interested in Netherlands ornamental and fruit plants.

Postharvest Fresh

Independent research and consulting company provides advice, evaluation, software, and patent assistance. Includes database, and plant, storage, and availability information.

Teagasc: Horticulture Development Unit

Features Irish horticulture statistics, with links to fruit, nursery stock, mushroom, and vegetable development teams.

Texas A&M: Vegetable and Fruit Improvement Center

AgriLife Research Works to develop technology for improving fruits, vegetables, and nuts. Includes core units, publications, and courses.

Traditional Pacific Island Crops

Contains resources on tropical crops such as cassava, coconut, bananas, sweetpotato, taro, and yam. Also includes links to more general information on agriculture in the tropics.

University of Vermont Hops Web Pages

Documents outlining research and general information relating to hops production in the United States, especially New England.

Yosef Mizrahi's Homepage

Research interests include biological and horticultural aspects of wild and rare fruit and nut trees of warm climates, as well as salt tolerance in fruit trees.

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