Helpful Links

At Four Seasons Greenhouse & Nursery we are proud to feature only the best plant collections and brands for lawn and garden care. We’ve put together a collection of website links that we feel will help you learn more about your favorite plants as well as to provide helpful tips and information.

We’ve also added links to other pages on this site, such as flower gardening with plants from our annual and perennial department. We also have links to various garden product manufacturers whose products we like on our Garden Supplies Section, and our Go Green Section. We hope you will benefit from these sites.

Need more help? Check out these helpful links. You’ll find plenty of helpful information about gardening, plants, and going green. You’ll get better results with your plants with the right information and the right products.

Local Links

Colorado Nursery and Greenhouse Association

Colorado State University Extension Service Publications

Denver Botanic Gardens

Four Corners Wildflowers

GreenCo

Montezuma Valley Irrigation

Plant Select

Plant Something.org

PlantTalk Colorado

WaterSense

Xeriscape Colorado

 

Local Garden Clubs

Get excited about gardening by joining one (or more!) of our fabulous local garden clubs! Don’t worry if you’re a novice- everyone in these organizations is friendly and is excited about helping you to become a better gardener. Call us at 565-8274 for more information and we’ll be happy to put you in touch with the club, or call the club contact listed below.

Animas Garden Club

Dirt Bags Garden Club

Durango Botanic Society

Durango High Country Gardeners, Marsha Schuetz  247-0198

Four Corners Rose Society

Garden Club of Durango

Mesa Verde Gardeners, Mary Ann Bruner 565-9158

 

Bonide’s Best Solution

What’s bugging your garden? Of course the best way to diagnose a problem is by bringing a sample into the garden center and having one of our experts take a look. But if you are looking for even more information, here’s a great place to go. Click here to follow the link to Bonide’s Best Solution problem solver. Containing recommendations for both organic and conventional controls, this site will provide you with information on virtually every garden problem.

 

Educational

Gardener News

Rutgers NJ Agriculture Station

Navigator Garden Pilot

Tips for Growing Your First Home Garden

 

Government Resources

Cooperative Extension Services
A resource to locate your extension service online.

United States Department of Agriculure
USDA’s home gardening resource.

USDA Plants Resources
USDA’s plant database resource.

 

Magazines

The American Gardener
Online magazine published by The American Horticultural Society.

BirdsandBlooms.com
Beauty in your own back yard.

ChicagoLand Gardening magazine
The magazine for the Chicago gardener.

Carolina Gardener
The resource for gardening information in the Carolinas.

Fine Gardening
Hands on magazine for avid gardeners.

OrganicGardening.com
Magazine for the “Earth Smart” gardener.

Southern Living Online
The magazine for southern gardeners.

WaterGardening.com
The magazine for water gardeners of all ages and experience.

Horticulture Magazine
America’s leading gardening magazine for passionate gardeners.

Garden Design
The definitive source for down-to-earth luxury and style.

Garden Gate
The illustrated guide to home gardening and design.

Texas Gardener
Provides information and advice on the unique aspects of Texas gardening.

Bonsai Empire
Growing & Caring for Bonsai Trees

 

Organizations

The American Horticultural Society
Educational site sponsored by the American Horticultural Society.

 The  European Boxwood and Topiary Society

The Garden Club of America
The Garden Club of America seeks to stimulate knowledge and love of gardening.

The Garden Club of Virginia
The Garden Club of Virginia, an active member of the Virginia Conservation Network, promotes gardening throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.

The Massachussettes Horticultural Society
Dedicated to encouraging the science and practice of horticulture.

National Gardening
Online resource sponsored by the National Gardening Association.

National Garden Clubs Inc
Member site of the National Home Gardening Club.

The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society motivates people to improve the quality of life and create a sense of community through horticulture.

Men’s Garden Clubs of America

 

Plant Societies

The African Violet Society of America

The American Conifer Society

Dahlia

 Boxwood Society

The American Fern Society

The American Hosta Society

The American Rhododendron Society

The American Rose Society

The Netherlands Flower Bulb Information Center

Azalea Society of America

International Palm Society

American Camilla Society
To promote interest in the genus Camellia

Holly Society of America

Public Gardens

Portal to Gardens and Nature Sites
A resource to locate public display gardens throughout North America.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

ChanticleerGarden,org
A “pleasure garden” located in Wayne, Pa near Philadelphia.

Ladew Gardens
Topiary garden located in Monkton, MD near Baltimore.

Longwood Gardens
The world’s premier horticultural display garden located in Kennett Square, PA near Philadelphia.

Monticello
The home of Thomas Jefferson located in Charlottesville, VA.

Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens
The home of George Washington located on the Potomac river near Alexandria, VA

Morris Aboretorium
Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania is an interdisciplinary center that integrates art, science and the humanities.

The US Botanic Garden
The oldest botanic garden in North America located in Washington, D.C.

The United States National Arbetorum
Conducts research, provides education, and conserves and displays trees, shrubs, flowers, and other plants to enhance the environment. Located in Northeast Washington, D.C.

Winterthur.org
A museum of early American decorative arts that opened to the public in 1951. Located in northern Delaware.

The New York Botanical Gardens
One of the oldest and largest botanical gardens in the world.

 


You can count on the professionals here at Four Seasons Greenhouse & Nursery to help you create a garden you are proud of. If we can help answer any questions, please visit us, or contact us by phone — (970) 565-8274 , or by e-mail.