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23 June, 2002 gallery additions

What a hot weekend!

I finished lots of work in the yard, including half of a working irrigation system and the installation of a second water line to the holding area in back. Now I just need to to get the other half of the irrigation system done, get the controller to hook it up to my computer, and write some software to fire up the sprinkler when the weather pages on the Web show that it's been hot and dry for a while.

OK, back to the gallery.

I've been up to the Morton Arboretum a fair amount over the past month (it's 10 minutes from my parents' home), so a lot of today's additions were taken there. The rest of my pictures are from other trips that I've taken this year.

We also have some contributions from Theresa Schrum — finally! Not that it's any fault of hers; the images have been stagnating on my hard drive for a few weeks now. Theresa volunteers for the Georgia Native Plant Society and is also a founder of Eco-Terra Landscape Consultants, a group that provides environmentally friendly landscape design. Thanks, Theresa!

Enjoy, and happy gardening to you all!

Christopher Lindsey, gallery maintainer




Abies sibirica (Siberian fir):
  • Abies sibirica habit 
Amsonia hubrichtii (Narrowleaf blue star):
  • Amsonia hubrichtii habit Amsonia hubrichtii habit 
Amsonia tabernaemontana (Blue star):
  • Amsonia tabernaemontana flowers 
Aquilegia canadensis 'Corbet' (Corbet wild columbine):
  • Aquilegia canadensis 'Corbet' habit Aquilegia canadensis 'Corbet' flowers 
Baptisia australis (Blue false indigo):
  • Baptisia australis flowers Baptisia australis flowers 
Callitropsis nootkatensis 'Pendula' (Weeping yellow cedar, Weeping yellow cypress, Weeping Alaska cedar):
  • Callitropsis nootkatensis 'Pendula' habit 
Cephalotaxus harringtonia (Japanese plum yew):
  • Cephalotaxus harringtonia habit 
Cornus florida var. rubra (Pink flowering dogwood):
  • Cornus florida var. rubra habit Cornus florida var. rubra flowers 
Geranium x magnificum
  • Geranium x magnificum flowers 
Helictotrichon sempervirens (Blue oat grass):
  • Helictotrichon sempervirens habit 
Lonicera prolifera (Grape honeysuckle):
  • Lonicera prolifera habit Lonicera prolifera flowers Lonicera prolifera flowers 
Magnolia virginiana (Sweetbay magnolia):
  • Magnolia virginiana leaves Magnolia virginiana flowers Magnolia virginiana flowers 
Orontium aquaticum (Golden club):
  • Orontium aquaticum flowers 
Pinellia tripartita
  • Pinellia tripartita habit 
Pseudotsuga menziesii var. glauca (Blue douglas fir):
  • Pseudotsuga menziesii var. glauca habit 
Rhododendron calendulaceum (Flame azalea):
  • Rhododendron calendulaceum habit Rhododendron calendulaceum flowers Rhododendron calendulaceum flowers 
Rosa glauca (Red-leaved rose):
  • Rosa glauca flowers 
Smilacina stellata (Starry Solomon's seal):
  • Smilacina stellata flowers Smilacina stellata flowers 
Stylophorum diphyllum (Celandine poppy):
  • Stylophorum diphyllum habit 
Syringa laciniata (Cutleaf lilac):
  • Syringa laciniata flowers 
Tsuga canadensis (Canadian hemlock):
  • Tsuga canadensis habit 
Vinca major (Large periwinkle):
  • Vinca major flowers 




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