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19 March, 2012 gallery additions

Bah, so much for my plans to send this out over the weekend. The weather was so nice, and I was weak! Smiley face The garage is cleaner, the yard is neater, and I made some subtle changes to the gallery that I'll explain later, though.

I dug back even further into old photos and found some that I had totally forgotten about, so those are going to start appearing in the gallery now. With the crazy warm weather that we're having, I'm sure I'm going to have new material to add soon too!

Back to the changes in the gallery... The first one needs to be reworked a little, but I've added thumbnails to the Web version of this newsletter, available here:


If you click on that link you'll get to see previews for all of the photographs, and although I thought they looked good on last week's additions I think this week's are a little jumbled looking.

The other minor change is at the root page for the gallery, at


It now displays twenty random thumbnails from the gallery. Load up the page, click on one you like, go back, click another, and when you're ready for another batch just reload the page. It's a little easier than browsing through all of the plants by name if you're only looking for some eye candy.

We have a 91-degree day in our forecast this week, so although I was saying 'keep warm' just a few weeks ago, I guess I need to say 'keep comfortable' instead. The West Coast seems to have gotten our Illinois weather!

Christopher Lindsey, gallery maintainer

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Acalypha wilkesiana 'Fire Dragon' (Fire Dragon copperleaf):
  • Acalypha wilkesiana 'Fire Dragon' leaves 
Broussonetia papyrifera 'Golden Shadow' (Golden Shadow paper mulberry):
  • Broussonetia papyrifera 'Golden Shadow' flowers 
Calibrachoa 'Balcanrost' (Can-Can™ Rose Star calibrachoa):
  • Calibrachoa 'Balcanrost' flowers Calibrachoa 'Balcanrost' flowers Calibrachoa 'Balcanrost' flowers Calibrachoa 'Balcanrost' flowers 
Camellia 'Spring Mist' (Spring Mist camellia):
  • Camellia 'Spring Mist' flowers 
Iris 'Dumbledore' (Dumbledore iris):
  • Iris 'Dumbledore' flowers 
Iris 'Sugar Snaps' (Sugar Snaps iris):
  • Iris 'Sugar Snaps' flowers Iris 'Sugar Snaps' flowers 
Lantana camara 'Balucemlow' (Lucky Lemon Glow yellow sage, Lucky Lemon Glow mountain sage):
  • Lantana camara 'Balucemlow' flowers 
Meehania cordata (Meehan's mint):
  • Meehania cordata flowers Meehania cordata flowers 
Paeonia 'Touch of Class' (Touch of Class peony):
  • Paeonia 'Touch of Class' flowers 
Rosa 'Flo Nelson' (Flo Nelson rose):
  • Rosa 'Flo Nelson' flowers 
Rosa 'Noisette Carnée' (Noisette Carnée rose):
  • Rosa 'Noisette Carnée' flowers 
Rosa 'Princesse de Monaco' (Princess de Monaco rose):
  • Rosa 'Princesse de Monaco' flowers 
Sinojackia rehderiana (Jacktree):
  • Sinojackia rehderiana leaves Sinojackia rehderiana flowers 
Syringa vulgaris 'Albert F. Holden' (Albert F. Holden lilac):
  • Syringa vulgaris 'Albert F. Holden' flowers 

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