Brighten the Dark Days of Winter

  • Download free beautiful and educational catalogs from our favorite on-line nurseries, Plant Delights and Joy Creek. Find rare and unusual plants and all the information needed for successfully growing them in your garden.
  • Disclaimer:  accessiblegardens.org is not connected to the following sites. They are listed as our favorites after many years of successful purchases,  reading their delightful and informative catalogs, learning more about our gardens and our desire to share interesting projects for your garden.


Plants Delights Nursery  – specializes in rare and unusual plants, as well as old favorites.
– Many new cultivars have been trialed in their gardens for years to insure that your plants will come true as seen in catalog.
– Catalog is a great read and the love of plants and humor can be found throughout the pages.


Joy Creek Nursery specializes in plants for the Pacific North West, Zone 6 – 9.
– One of the most complete collections of Hydrangeas, Epimediums and woodland plants for on-line purchase.
– Identify all those mystery plants in your garden using this as a free resource and text book.
– Philosophy of Joy Creek Nursery  “OUR PLANTS We grow our plants from seeds, cuttings and divisions. To ensure against soil-borne diseases, all seedlings and cuttings are raised in various soil-less mixtures. All plants are wintered out-of-doors or in cold green houses to make them hardy and ready to grow in your garden.”

Garden Myths is a blog dedicated to unearthing the truth about gardening. It will look at common and not so common myths and debunk them. The blog will go one step further and explain the science around the ‘truth’. Don’t let the word ‘science’ scare you off. The blog is written for the general public with no science background.”

  • Get out your crayons, color pencils, or paints and create beautiful color pages from our free Butterfly Color Book!

This entry was posted in 2017 eCatalogs - On line, 2018 eCatalogs - On Line, Better Gardening, DIY Do It Yourself, Free Color Book, Garden Designs and Plans, Gardening Tips, Science, Seed Catalogs. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply