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Vegetable-Gardening Sites & Links

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These lists are not and do not pretend to be comprehensive, but we think they catch most of what’s important out there. We put quite some time into assembling them, but invariably there will be many fine, useful sites we will have missed. The reason for providing a less-than-exhaustive list is (it’s a household motto around here) that some of something is better than all of nothing—that is, better to provide some leads than do none just because you can’t do all. If you know of a site you consider vital that’s not listed here, please do let us know. Anyway, here they are: poke, probe, play, have fun.

Note that in these lists, we have omitted pages primarily concerned with diseases of vegetable plants—if you have problems, you’ll doubtless do your own search-engine hunt; the pages we list are for general information on growing edibles. We have also omitted pages that are individual messages on archived message boards—there are far too many such to list individually.



General Sites

The sites listed below are “general” in the sense that they are not particular to just one or a few vegetable types. A few of these links are specialized in some other way (such as how to determine your USDA Zone), but most are broad-coverage vegetable-gardening sites, usually with numerous articles or pages on individual vegetables and often with other gardening-related information. We have not bothered to describe them extensively because most gardeners will simply hop to a site and quickly form their own opinions on its usefulness or uselessness for their individual needs.

Naturally, you can and should poke around each site—go to its home page if that’s not where we place you on the site—and see what else they have besides what caught our eyes.


Forums & “Portals”

(A “portal” is a site that aggregates links to other sites on some given topic.) You can find many more forums than they key ones listed below: just ask Google.


Specialty Sites/Pages


Heirloom/OP Sites


Cooperative/Extension-Service Sites

Alphabetical by State—there are many others, but these are the ones that turn up regularly in searches for vegetable information. For each, we have linked to a relevant page, but there is always lots more on these sites: poke around on each.


Regional Sites

Most or all of these provide information of fairly general (as opposed to strictly regional) usefulness.


Other General Sites


Vegetable-Specific Sites

We have disassembled this list: vegetable-specific links now appear on the individual pages here dedicated to the particular vegetables themselves.



Seed & Plant Sellers

Our set of lists of seed and plant sellers is a page of its own.


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