Landscape Horticulture at the University of Maine
The Landscape Horticulture Program at UMaine offers a wide
range of study options to prospective students. Home to The
Littlefield Garden which houses the permanent collection of
woody and herbaceous ornamentals (open to the public) and the
Research Center dedicated to plant production, introduction and
New England Wild Flower Society
Promoting conservation of North American native plants through education, research, horticulture, habitat preservation, and advocacy.
Fox Hill Nursery
Specializing in over 70 cultivars of own root lilacs.
Answers to all your lilac questions.
Emery's Cottages on The Shore
The perfect "HOME PORT" for your Maine vacation on Mt. Desert Island
Johnny's Selected Seeds
Johnny's Selected Seeds is a mail order supplier of vegetable, flower, herb and organically produced sprouting seeds located in Albion Me. Only about 15 miles apart from Fieldstone Gardens if planning a visit. In business since 1973 offering superior product, customer service and information from their website to their staff of master gardeners available by phone to assit you.
The McLaughlin Garden Foundation
A two-acre, sixty-year old garden on the National Register created by Bernard McLaughlin, now stewarded by a community-based organization created to save the garden from demolition. The garden is located at 97 Main Street, South Paris and is open daily during the season, 8-8. There is no admission fee, donations are welcomed. For garden gift shop and tea room hours please call: (207) 743-8820.
An Enchanted Evening in the Gardens
To benefit programming at Hospice Volunteers of Waterville Area.
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens
The Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens is located on Barters Island Road in the costal village of Boothbay Maine. Open to the public between dawn and dusk daily, the gardens 128 acres are a perfect get-away and to enjoy the quiet magnificence of the Maine woods. Admission is free.
The 2012 USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map
The 2012 USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map is the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location. The map is based on the average annual minimum winter temperature, divided into 10-degree F zones.
The Syringa Plus Nursery, specializing in nursery liners and fine lilacs is located in West Newbury, Massachusetts, excels in growing "True-to-Name" Lilacs propagated from softwood cuttings. Syringa Plus was established in 1994 by Evelyn A. King and Roger G. Coggeshall as a wholesale nursery, with retail trade also available.
Yew Dell Gardens
Yew Dell encompasses the remaining 33-acre parcel of Theodore Roosevelt and Martha Lee Klein's original land holdings associated with the Yew Dell Farm including the residence, greenhouses, outbuildings, arboretum, specimen trees, sunken rock garden, walled garden, sun, moon and stars garden, nut and fruit orchard, meadow, and serpentine garden. The garden is located in Crestwood, Kentucky, and is owned and managed by Yew Dell Inc.
Maine Kayak, Inc. - Kayaking Trips In Maine!
We offer sea, lake , and whitewater kayaking trips and lessons for beginner to advanced paddlers.
The Pressey House ( Lakeside Bed and Breakfast)
The Pressey House is located in the Belgrade Lakes region on the north end of Messalonskee Lake in the small town of Oakland. Messalonskee Lake offers swimming, boating, water skiing and fishing in the summer and skating, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and ice fishing in the winter. The fall foliage in this region of lakes presents one of the most spectacular shows of color in Maine. Your hosts Lorne and Lorie McMillan invite you to be their guests
Royal Horticultural Society
The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK's leading gardening charity dedicated to advancing horticulture and promoting good gardening. Their goal is to help people share a passion for plants, to encourage excellence in horticulture and inspire all those with an interest in gardening.
Get Real Maine
Welcome to fresh, local food from Maine farmers and Maine food producers.
Natanis Golf Course
atanis Golf Course, located just outside of Augusta (one hour North of Portland and one hour South of Bangor), is the only golf course in the State of Maine to offer 36 regulation holes. Natanis was cut from the rural fields and rugged woods of Vassalboro, Maine. Originally established in 1965 as a nine hole course by Paul Browne, it is run by the second and third generations of Brownes and has grown to become one of the most popular public courses in the State. "Golf Digest" ranked Natanis as one of the top 500 public courses in the United States. "Golf Digest" also gave Natanis' signature nine, Indian Territory, a five star rating, the only holes in the state to receive that distinction. In 2002 Indian Territory was combined with Arrowhead to form an 18 hole layout. Natanis now has two separate 18 hole courses, Arrowhead and Tomahawk. Players are welcome to try our course on 36 holes in one day. Stamina and desire are the only limitations set on golfers at Natanis. Golfers of all skill levels can be accommodated as well. Each course with it's distinct personality allows all skill levels to feel challenged without getting frustrated. With 36 holes there is almost always a place to play, even on days that we are hosting tournaments. We look forward to having you enjoy our golfing experience!