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07 February, 2012 gallery additions

We have reached the 4500 image mark!

This week's collection is still more of me playing 'catch-up' and adding images that I've had waiting in the wings. It's an eclectic bunch spanning a couple of years of travel, and the plants represent temperate and tropical climates, spring through fall.

I would like to know if you think the images are getting too small to view. Once upon a time they seemed huge, and while screen sizes are increasing, resolutions are too. That means that the photos take up a smaller portion of the screen space than they used to.

When you compare this


    http://www.flickr.com/photos/61807581@N00/3425869384/in/photostream

vs. this


    http://hort.net/gallery/view/lil/scisi00

do you feel the same looking at both images? Do they convey the same thing? Or is bigger better (or worse) in this case?

Let me know!

Thanks, and keep warm... Spring is coming!

Christopher Lindsey, gallery maintainer

This newsletter is also available at


    http://www.hort.net/gallery/date/2012-02-07/#ml




Bidens laevis (Smooth beggartick):
  • Bidens laevis habit Bidens laevis flowers 
Chrysanthemum 'Country Girl' (Country Girl chrysanthemum):
  • Chrysanthemum 'Country Girl' flowers Chrysanthemum 'Country Girl' flowers 
Echinacea 'Hot Papaya' (Hot Papaya coneflower):
  • Echinacea 'Hot Papaya' flowers 
Hemerocallis 'Jersey Spider' (Jersey Spider daylily):
  • Hemerocallis 'Jersey Spider' flowers Hemerocallis 'Jersey Spider' flowers 
Hydrangea macrophylla 'Fuji-no-taki' (Fuji-no-taki bigleaf hydrangea):
  • Hydrangea macrophylla 'Fuji-no-taki' flowers Hydrangea macrophylla 'Fuji-no-taki' flowers Hydrangea macrophylla 'Fuji-no-taki' flowers Hydrangea macrophylla 'Fuji-no-taki' flowers 
Ligustrum japonicum 'Jack Frost' (Jack Frost Japanese privet):
  • Ligustrum japonicum 'Jack Frost' habit Ligustrum japonicum 'Jack Frost' habit 
Musa ornata (Purple flowering banana):
  • Musa ornata flowers Musa ornata flowers 
Musa violacea (Violet flowering banana):
  • Musa violacea flowers 
Paeonia 'Dinner Plate' (Dinner Plate peony):
  • Paeonia 'Dinner Plate' flowers 
Paeonia 'Pillow Talk' (Pillow Talk peony):
  • Paeonia 'Pillow Talk' flowers 
Phlox paniculata 'Elizabeth' (Elizabeth garden phlox):
  • Phlox paniculata 'Elizabeth' flowers 
Zinnia 'Swizzle Scarlet & Yellow' (Swizzle Scarlet & Yellow zinnia):
  • Zinnia 'Swizzle Scarlet & Yellow' flowers 




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