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Hot Pepper Plants

Brandon, FL

I sell the world's hottest pepper plants. The Trinidad Scorpion and the Ghost Pepper.

George Landis Arboretum

Esperance, NY

Rare and unusual plant sales spring and fall. Classes, Lectures, workshops, gift shop, concerts, family activities. Horticulture Certificate Program in cooperation with Suny Cobleskill. Admission free.


Wayne, PA

A 31-acre pleasure garden near Philadelphia. Unusual combinations of tropicals, perennials, vegetables, woods, and ponds compose an enchanting and intimate setting. Rich colors and textures create a sensual and unique visitor experience.

Gateway Greening

St. Louis, MO

Promoting community development, community gardening, food security, and greening projects on abandoned land. This year 20 new or expanded projects will join 160 existing gardens supported with plants, hardscape, & volunteers.

Leah Leonetti For Garden Lovers

Glenwood Springs, CO

Plant Families and their botanical names

Rancho Los Cerritos Historic Site

Long Beach, CA

An 1844 two-story Monterey-Colonial adobe on 4.7 acres of historic gardens. The serene landscaped grounds include trees from the mid-19th century, historic roses, exotic vegetation, an adobe horno and old water tower.

Indy Parks / Garfield Park Conservatory

Indianapolis, IN

Garfield Conservatory houses tropicals, while the classical-style Sunken Gardens, inspired by Kessler, with flourishes by Vonnegut, exhibit dazzling floral displays throughout the year. The lighted fountains are worth the drive to the south-side on a summer's evening.

San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum

San Francisco, CA

Strybing grows and conserve plants from all over the world, including plants which are no longer found in their native habitats. There are 55 acres of sanctuary - landscaped gardens and open spaces - and over 7000 varieties of plants from around the world!

Center for Plant Conservation

St. Louis, MO

The Center for Plant Conservation is the only national organization dedicated exclusively to preventing the extinction of America's rare native flora. By conducting conservation programs the Cpc network is striving to save America's rarest plants from being lost forever.

Glebe House Museum & Gertrude Jekyll Garden

Woodbury, CT

English-style 600 foot mixed border perennial garden designed in 1926 by famed English garden designer Gertrude Jekyll for 18th century historic house museum. Only extant Jekyll garden in America.

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