& propagation instructions.
||In French? Appears
to be detailed description.
|Franklinia Alatamaha US Postage Stamp
||Photo of US
Postage Stamp 6¢ 3 Links
|Historic Bartram's Garden - The Franklinia Story
||Drawing of flower
& fruit, history. See other areas of site for more information.
|NCNatural's William Bartram Profile - page 2
|Missouri Botanical Garden||This page is a description of Franklinia and its culture. Site is a excellent source for plant information.|
California, Davis: Rooting Database
information. Click to Search, Click Genus, click
F, click Franklinia.
of Connecticut Plant Database
|University of Florida
Cooperative Extension Service
description. US Range Map. There is a Franklinia
at the University
of Florida Leon County Extension
Office arboretum (Thanks to
Stan Rosenthal for letting me know).
fruit, etc., pronounce guide, and good general information.
Franklinia, several pages.
historical article. Also available on page 183 in this
2006 issue, from Terrain.org.
||Article on early
history of Georgia which mentions the Altamaha river.
Garden Web Botany Forum
very interesting forum. More than 1/2 a decade of
discussion of the Franklinia.
Arboretum about the Franklinia - PDF file
Article in PDF form. Includes photos and drawing, and
citation for further research.
history and cultivation information. Site says Franklinia is
susceptibility to verticillium wilt disease. Suggest sowing
|GardebWeb||Discuss by Franklinia owners.|
|Looking for the Franklinia||Reprint of an article from American Forestery - after 200 years could a wild Franklinia be located.|
Degree Resource List
||List of 100 forest related links.
Links to national state parks site, and
plant diseases site, are among those a non-forester would find
of interest. Seems to be sponsored by online schools of
Forestry. Information provided related to income, growth in
number of job, etc. may be overoptimistic., as is to expected in any
advertisement. Job growth in forest related occupations (1%
for 2010-2012) is less than average growth for all jobs (14%
Dept of Labor