About Us

Garden Guides' mission is to be the best online resource for gardening enthusiasts. We have been a popular internet resource for many years, due to our collection of top-quality gardening information, including gardening how-to's by top garden writers, plant fact sheets and guide sheets, seasonal tips and garden techniques, garden recipes, and much more. Garden Guides' crack team features gardening enthusiasts just like you, with differing shades of green thumbs from pale to dark green. Some of us barely maintain cacti, while others frolic in verdant gardens that are the envy of the neighborhood. We have a wide range of expertise, which helps us make sure Garden Guides is a resource for all types of gardeners, from novices to experts.

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Garden Guides Partners

We would like to thank the United States Department of Agriculture, National Resources Conservation Service, National Plant Data Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana for contributing their USDA, NRCS, Plants Database and related plant guides and plant fact sheets. Also, we would like to thank the National Gardening Association for their partnership and content contribution to GardenGuides.com. Our sister company eHow.com provides the eHow Tip of the Day.