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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by bobcatnj, Jul 19, 2004.
anyone have any shrub/tree web sites that have good pics??
this is the site you are looking for...has just about anything
click on images and there you go.
Would googles image search help?
Are you wanting to use it as just a reference or for your landscape software? I use Realworld Imagery
It is pricey at $149 per category but works great with my software for photrealistic images. Also, they have free samples.
A second, and less expensive option for you might be:
Encyclopedia of Landscape Plants for the Southwest
I know I know, it is for the southwest but it also lists dozens of shrubs and trees for forested and tropical regions.
It lists for $15.95 The images cannot be inserted in your software but it does have an immense amount of information for each plant including planting, weaknesses and maintenance.
I actually use the Home Depot Plant Database quite a bit.
I created a database on my computer of plants and have been saving plant pictures in it for use in estimates etc.
I also scan in pictures from my plant encyclopedias.
Hopefully in a few years this will all payoff & I won't have to hunt up too many pictures.
check out my website...I put a picture library in.
Nice website Dan! Who designed it?
Here in MA. there is a nursery that has a nice site.
hope this helps.
Web company called birkey.com. I know the guy from my Church. Cost a pretty penny, for sure, but I get quite a bit of business from it.