Layne, Ph.D. President of the PawPaw Foundation and former Curator, USDA
National Clonal Germplasm Repository for Asimina spp., Kentucky State
University, Frankfort, KY.
- Don't Panic, Eat Organic
- California Certified Organic Cherimoya Grower.
- Leo Manuel, CRFG member's Rare Fruit
- The Pollination
Scene -- lots of information on pollinators and pollenizers by Dave Green.
- Phillip Gibson's Durian
- Lon J. Rombough's Home Page.
Breeding & testing of new and unsual fruits, nuts & other edibles,
and sale of some plant material, especially grapes. Also writing and consulting.
- John A. Keslick, Jr. Professional Modern Arborist and Tree Biologist Organic
Tree Treatment Web Site and Tree Dictionary.
- Selected information
from Know & Enjoy Tropical Fruit by Jim Darley
- Information on a quantity of plants
growing in Phoenix, Arizona, including a good number of rare fruits. by
CRFG member Philippe Faucon.
- Photos from the University of Florida
Tropical Research Education Center by Ian Maguire of the Virtual
Field Laboratory project
- Cindi's Catalog of Garden Catalogs
- over 1800 mail-order catalog resources in the US and Canada for the gardener
- Peter's Fruit Page
- An interesting collection of links from a widely-traveled Dutch aficionado
- England's Orchard and Nursery -
A Kentucky nursery specializing in nut trees but with other things of interest,
such as pawpaws
- Fruit Lover's Nursery
- Fruit-related links from a nursery in Pahoa, Hawaii
- Santol's Tropical Fruit Home Page
- Bruce Livingston ("Santol"), speaker at the 2001 Festival of Fruit
in Phoenix, offers photos, facts and tours
- Rick Walker - A site showing you how to propagate using tissue culture
in your home kitchen.
- Phoenix Tropicals - a web site built by an Arizona CRFG member, Matthew Keller, dedicated to growing tropicals and subtropicals in the desert.
- Encanto Farms - CRFG member Jon Verdick's site featuring his collection of over 200 varieties of fruiting plants, including 60+ figs and 60+ bananas.
- Neal Peterson - A pawpaw site (under development), Neal offers varieties of trees from West Virginia for sale.
- Andy's Orchard - Web site featuring the orchard of Andy Mariani, CRFG member and stone fruit expert, who grows "artisanal fruit".
- Southern Matters - CRFG member Bill Outlaw's page on sugar cane and other edible plants.
- Mangosteen - An excellent informational site on this most wonderful fruit.Good photos as well.
- Rambutan - A site extolling the vitrues of this fruit.
- Pomper on Growing Pawpaws - Dr. Kirk Pomper's talk from the 2003 Pawpaw Festival in Ohio.
- Citrus North - A bulletin board for discussion about growing citrus and tropicals in the Northern part of the Northern Hemisphere.
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