A special thank you to all of the following sources for providing useful information that was used in the creation of this website.

American Beauties 2009. <URL:> Accessed 3 April, 2009.

Butterflies and Moths of North America 2009. <URL:> Accessed 12 April 2009.

Cambell, N.A., Reece, J.B., Urry, L.A., Cain, M.L., Wasserman, S.A., Minorsky, P.V. and Jackson, R.B. 2008. Biology, Eighth  Edition. Pearson Benjamin Cummings, San Francisco, California, USA.

Damman, Hans, and Michael L. Cain. 1998. Population growth and viability analyses of the clonal woodland herb, Asarum canadense. Journal of Ecology 86, no. 1: 13-26. Academic Search Premier, EBSCOhost, Accessed 20 March 2009.

Dave's Garden 2009. <URL:> Accessed 31 March 2009.

Discover Life 2009. <URL:> Accessed 10 April 2009.

Healthline 2009. <URL:> Accessed 10 April 2009.

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center 2009. <URL:> Accessed 30 March 2009.

McCaw, Robert. 2003. "Ginger." Nature Canada 32, no. 3: 42-43. Academic Search Premier, EBSCOhost  Accessed 21 March 2009. 2007. <URL:> Accessed 6 April 2009.

Peacock, S.L. 1998. Putting down roots: the emergence of wild plant food production on the Canadian Plateau. USA.

Perry's Perennial Pages 2009. <URL:> Accessed 8 April 2009.

Schulick, P. 1996. Ginger: common spice & wonder drug. Hohm Press, Prescott, Arizona, USA.

Stephen, F. 1996. The ginger book: the ultimate home remedy. Avery Pub. Group, Garden City Park, New York, USA.

Wildflowers of the Southeastern U.S. 2009. <URL:> Accessed 30 March 2009.


Return to the Home Page