Possibly the only link you will ever need. The UK Oasis - a discussion forum for all aspects of growing exotic plants in the UK. I think it is the best one, but then I would as I started it. Regular contributors from all over the country with all levels of experience from extremely knowledgeable professionals to the bug bitten newcomer. Also many from overseas - Portugal, Madeira, New Zealand, Italy, Australia, California - all of whom add another dimension to the knowledge that can be gleaned here.
Here are some of my favourite websites, in no particular or logical order.
Ian Barclay's Cold Hardy Treefern site contains everything you would ever need to know about treeferns.
Tony Mace's Cactus and Succulent Mall links together practically anything you might want to know about cacti and succulents.
Jan Kolendo's Agave Pages has a lot of info and pics.
David Constantine's Musaceae contains a vast amount of well-researched info on musa taxonomy.
The European Bamboo Society's website has links to all manner of bamboo related topics.
European Palm Society page.
Benny Moller Jenson's site on growing cacti and succulents, including a very good description of constructing raised drainage beds.
The International Aroid Society site has links to all many things aroid.
Another good aroid site with lots of pics.
An excellent site on gingers.
Another good site on gingers, also aroids and some other exotics.
A site with some nice pics of agaves and yuccas.
The Bromeliad Society International web site has links to many other bromeliad-related sites.
Chas Dill's website has a pretty comprehensive photo library of bromeliads plus links to other brom sites.
Cold Rating Data Bank - useful info being accumulated into quite a substantial resource.
If you want the best quality garden lighting, rather than the rubbish they punt out in the DIY sheds, then the place to go is Peter Reid Garden Lighting.
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