- Christies Alpine Nursery Scotland
- Jürgen Peters Germany
- Potterton England
- Kevock Garden Plants Scotland
- Willkommen bei Floralpin Germany
- Pacific native plant nursery RIM Canada
- Edrom Nursery Scotland
- Rots en alpenplantenkwekerij 'De Gentiaan' Netherlands
- Alpigena Nursery Netherlands
- Kwekerij 'De Reuvenkamp' Netherlands
- Gartnerei J. Eschmann Switzerland
- Staudengärtnerei Eidmann Germany
- Gerd Stopp Germany, no website
- Josef Jurasek P.O.
Box 251 CZ-15200 Praha 5
Vojtech Holubec Sidlistni
210 CZ-16500 Praha 6
Czech Republic Website
Pavelka Euroseeds Website
P.O. BOX 95 CZ-74101 Novy Jicin
- Alplains USA
- Alpine seeds Czech Republic
Interesting information about gentians
- Garden Web Glossary of Botanical Terms contains 4400 terms relating to botany, and gardening
- Hannelotte's Garden
- Franz Hadacek's Alpines and Bulbs
- Rock Garden Plant Database
- Gentian Breeding at Tynebank - by Ian McNaughton
- Tropicos® - Image list for gentianaceae
- CalPhotos - Images from gentians
- Jozef Lemmens
- Botanik im Bild - Bild-Datenbank der Wildpflanzen Österreichs
- Gentian Research Network - by Dr. Lena Struwe
- Flora of China
- Metagentiana, a new genus of Gentianaceae - by Ting Nong Ho, Shi Long Chen, and Shang Wu Liu
- Planto: Gentianacea - by M. Kleikamp
- Hela rotsplanten - by H. Laporte
- Garden of Gunhild and Thorkild Poulsen
- Enzian Böttger - Stollberg/E. - by Reinhard Böttger contains images from gentians and other alpines. He has also plants for sale.
- Plantphoto - Chinese website about drawings from gentians and also interesting pictures
- Galleria della Flora italiana
- A Czech website about gentians.
- "Dem Enzian auf der Spur" von Helmut Halbmayr 1988 Wien
- "Enzianen und Glockenblumen" von Fritz Köhlein 1986
- "The Genus Gentians" by Josef Halda 1997
- "A Worldwide Monograph of Gentiana" by Ho Ting-nong and Lin Shang-wu 2001
- "Genziane d’Europa" by Egidio Anchisi, Andriano Bernini, Emanuela Piaggi and Francesco Polani. It is a book in Italien, 2nd rev. ed. 2010. 230 col. photogr. 33 col. figs. 13 distrib. maps. 7 tabs. 344 p. Paper bd.
As reviewed by Christopher Grey-Wilson in June 2011 The Alpine Gardener Bulletin -
"This attractive book, published in Italian ( but don't let that put you off) is a must for the alpine gardener's bookshelf...This rather a long review but this is an important work, deserving of such consideration. The text is detailed, informative and well presented and the book is lavishly illustrated by numerous good sized photographs of mostly good quality..."
Alpine Garden Society
The Alpine Garden Society is England's premier club for enthusiasts of Alpine and Rock Garden Plants. Worth visiting.
Scottish Rock Garden Club
The SRGC is the largest horticultural society in Scotland. The Scottish Rock Garden Club was founded in 1933 by a small group of enthusiasts who were interested in promoting the cultivation of alpine and rock garden plants.
The North American Rock Garden
The NARGS is for gardening enthusiasts interested in alpine, saxatile, and low-growing perennials.
- Quebec Alpine & Rock Garden Society
The purpose of QARGS is to encourage Quebec gardeners, both novice or experienced, to become familiar with alpine flora and all that it encompasses.
Dutch Alpine Garden Society
The NRV is a society with members in The Netherlands as well as abroad. They have a great interest in small plants.
Dutch Alpine Society (Vlaamse Rotsplanten Vereniging)
The VRV is a society with members in Belgium as well as abroad.
Other Plant Genera
Welcome to our homepage for Hepatica. Here you can get seeds, read articles, get informations on growing, propagation, diseases etc.
The site is under construction and will be regularly updated. Wishes for seeds and questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
This website has been designed for people who love Androsace species. It is far from complete: I hope to gradually build it up, adding photographs as they come along. Due to a busy schedule, I might not always manage as much time for the site as I'd want to. Thank you for taking patience with occasional slow-downs.
Many photographs shown here will be of Androsaces growing in the wild. Others will feature garden-grown specimens.
This website is for people interested in identifying species Primulas. In September, 2000 Pam Eveleigh started with a photo gallery showing plants growing in the wild and in cultivation. Now Pam is adding more pictures to help explain the key differences between species.
This website is for people interested in identifying species Trillium. The garden of John Lonsdale is approximately 1.7 acres in area in Exton (USA). There are a lot of interesting plants.
This website is designed for those with an interest in the trillium genus or even a passionate love of them. George Carlton Denton holds a Trillium Collection. It is held in Leeds, Yorkshire, England.
Harold Homes and his wife Brenda are "Trillium lovers". On this website you will find a lot of information about Trillium.
Per Bangsgaard has a big collection of Trillium, Cypripedium, Hepatica and Rhododendron.
A beautiful garden in Denmark with a lot of interesting plants. Hepatica, Helleborus, Trillium, Lilium, Cypripedium, Adonis, Primula etc