Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by stumpleg, May 14, 2008.

  1. stumpleg

    stumpleg LawnSite Member
    from Florida
    Messages: 3

    If you have these plants, I would appreciate it if you would take a picture are send it to this address. I am needing original photos, not any off the internet. Thanks.

    Plant List 1

    Red Chokeberry, Golden Japanese Barberry, Butterfly Bush, Summersweet Clethra, Redosier Dogwood, Common Smoketree, Smokebush, Cranberry Cotoneaster, Rockspray Cotoneaster, Slender Deutzia, Compact Winged Euonymus, Dwarf Burning Bush

    Plant List 2

    Border Forsythia, Dwarf Fothergilla, Smooth Hydrangea, Panicle Hydrangea, Oakleaf Hydrangea, Kalm St. Johnswort, Common Winterberry, Beautybush, Common Privet, Golden Vicary Privet, Mockorange

    Plant List 3

    Common Ninebark, Potentilla, Purpleleaf Sand Cherry, Fragrant Sumac, Cutleaft Staghorn Sumac, Apline Current, Little Princess Spirea, Snowmound Nippon Spirea, Thunberg Spirea, Anthony Waterer Spirea, Froebelii Spirea, Gold Flame Spirea

    Plant List 4

    Vanhoutte Spirea, Dwarf Korean Lilac, Miss Kim Lilac, Japanese Tree Lilac, Common Lilac, Koreanspice Viburnum, Arrowwood Viburnum, Wayfaring Tree, Doublefile Viburnum, Leatherleaf Viburnum, American Cranberrybush Viburnum, Judd Viburnum

    edit - you can't post an email address at the site. thanks, Mike
  2. Isobel

    Isobel LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 548

    why not just take a trip to a nursery?
  3. stumpleg

    stumpleg LawnSite Member
    from Florida
    Messages: 3

    Thinking about it. Would a tree nursury have those plants and shrubs?
  4. Isobel

    Isobel LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 548

    Up here they would, I don't know whats in your area.

    why don't you want web pictures?
  5. JimLewis

    JimLewis LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 6,876

    I have half of those photos here on my computer in my photo library. The other half don't grow here. But it would take me longer to find them and email them all to you then it's worth.

    Just use Google Image Search. You'll find half of them there. Then go take some photos of the rest. That's how I built my plant and tree image library. I have several photos of any given plant, tree, perennial, groundcover, ornamental grass, annual, climber, etc. that grow in these parts. It took a few years of taking photos every day. But I always keep a camera in my truck ready to go. Then when I see a nice specimen or a plant in perfect bloom, I stop - zoom in - and take a photo.

    By the way, 1 good photo of a plant in it's natural setting (e.g. a residential landscape) is better than 10 photos of one taken in a pot at the nursery.

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