The web can be a fantastic resource for information and new plants.
We've put together this list of links which will prove useful for anyone with an interest in growing Aroid plants or exotic style gardening.
Useful Links: Aroids
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www.arisaema-resource.co.uk is an online photo gallery aiming to help with species ID put together by Ben Candlin. A work in progress.
www.aroid.org Visit the International Aroid Society for a wealth of information on all things Aroids!
www.aroid.eu is the website for the brand new European Aroid Society - an exciting new society dedicated to the promotion and cultivation of Aroids within Europe.
The Aroid Uberlist shows numbers of species for every Aroid genera, along with the expected numbers if all the known undescribed species are accounted for. The total number of known Aroid species is almost 6000 - amazing stuff!
www.aroidpictures.fr David Scherberich's aroid pictures site makes a wonderful photo reference for many aroids.
The website for Op de Haar Gardens owned by John and Joyce Ramsbotham in the Netherlands. Contains useful information on Aroid cultivation, along with other exotic style garden plants. Navigable in both English and Dutch.
Useful Links: Discussion Forums
Growing on the Edge - A respected worldwide discussion forum. If you want to search for detailed growing advice on Exotics, then this is the place to go.
European Palm Society - The place to go if you want information on palm cultivation in the UK. Very friendly site. You'll need to register (free) to access the forums and other content.
The Scottish Rock Garden Club has an active forum with masses of information covering a wide range of alpines, rock garden plants, bulbs etc. Aroids and Arisaema are often discussed too. A wonderful resource.
Useful Links: Plant Outlets and Plant Websites
The Alpine Garden Society website is well worth a visit and browse. Lots of excellent information about a whole host of plants.
PalmTraders Anyone interested in exotic style gardening should visit the PalmTraders website! PalmTraders are based in Exeter and carry a large selection of quality palms, shrubs, ferns, bamboos and succulents. Their range includes many rare species and varieties. We are pleased to support and recommend them.