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13 April, 2003 gallery additions

We finally have another update! I should have enough photos to send these out bi-weekly for a while now.

Most of my slides are from a trip in the last week of March 2003 to Kentucky. I spent a day trekking the grounds of Yew-Dell Gardens and then another at Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest. Yew-Dell has some real great stuff going on, and it's definitely going to be worth going to again when it opens to the public in 2004.

For those who are interested, I'm going to start putting my trip notes/photo lists up at


    http://www.mallorn.com/~lindsey/trips/

My next trip will be my annual sweep through Bernheim, the Cincinnati Zoo, Spring Grove, and Cave Hill in about a week and a half.

We also have images contributed by Ed McDowell and Theresa Schrum. Ed volunteers for the Georgia Native Plant Society and has been contributing images regularly for a while 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, guys!

Enjoy spring!

Christopher Lindsey, gallery maintainer




Abies nordmanniana (Nordmann fir):
  • Abies nordmanniana habit Abies nordmanniana leaves Abies nordmanniana leaves 
Adiantum pedatum (Maidenhair fern):
  • Adiantum pedatum leaves 
Aralia spinosa (Devil's walkingstick, Hercules-club):
  • Aralia spinosa habit Aralia spinosa flowers 
Berberis x julianae (Wintergreen barberry):
  • Berberis x julianae leaves Berberis x julianae leaves 
Berberis x julianae 'Nana' (Dwarf wintergreen barberry):
  • Berberis x julianae 'Nana' habit 
Chelone lyonii (Turtlehead):
  • Chelone lyonii flowers 
Corylopsis spicata (Spike winterhazel):
  • Corylopsis spicata flowers Corylopsis spicata flowers 
Dirca palustris (Leatherwood):
  • Dirca palustris habit Dirca palustris flowers Dirca palustris flowers 
Epimedium grandiflorum var. higoense (Barrenwort):
  • Epimedium grandiflorum var. higoense flowers 
Forsythia 'Golden Times' (Golden Times forsythia):
  • Forsythia 'Golden Times' habit Forsythia 'Golden Times' flowers Forsythia 'Golden Times' flowers 
Helianthus verticillatus (Whorled sunflower):
  • Helianthus verticillatus habit Helianthus verticillatus flowers 
Kerria japonica 'Kin Kan' (Kin Kan Japanese kerria, Kin Kan Japanese rose):
  • Kerria japonica 'Kin Kan' buds Kerria japonica 'Kin Kan' buds 
Pinus koraiensis (Korean pine):
  • Pinus koraiensis habit Pinus koraiensis leaves 
Tilia cordata 'Winter Orange' (Winter Orange littleleaf linden):
  • Tilia cordata 'Winter Orange' buds Tilia cordata 'Winter Orange' buds 
Trillium grandiflorum (Large-flowered trillium):
  • Trillium grandiflorum flowers 




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