Turtle Posted July 24, 2009 Author Report Share Posted July 24, 2009 You do realize that most of your pics would make excellent ID 'tools', right? Awesome photo! And just for sheets and niggles I'll say, suksdorfii! :hyper: It never gets old. :hihi: :hyper: yes i realize that. thanks to you & Cedars, i have a new bag of tricks & a full-blown obsession to use them toward that end. part of my promote-hypography-as-the-place-to-go-to-get-what-no-one-else-has-while-increasing-my-own-knowledge plan. :hyper: we discussed that a bit as a goal for the wildflower social group(s), but as i say that seems not to have worked out & i thought i'd give a thread a try. if you see an opportunity to better position our wildflower pics or descriptions as go-to resources at hypog, by all means drop me a note or just post it up here. as you see, i hop madly from subject to subject and often don't finish what i start. :hihi: i have some more seeds still to photograph, and those wild green mountain lupine seedlings i started are getting the first primary leaves. :ip: :rant: so many flowers, so little time. :lol: . . . . . . . .. :hihi: ps suksdorfii seed pods explode when still green and touched. if they're ripe that is, which only 1 of 5 pods i picked was. picked too soon, the seeds don't ripen, get there too late & they have already burst out. timing is so critical i'm finding in collecting wildflower seeds. maybe i'll tie a little bag on a suksdorfii pod & see if i have better results. yep; no such thing as too much suksdorfii. pps: this blog entry has wildflower id info unlike any to be found. :D >> http://hypography.com/forums/blogs/turtle/tiny-trumpet-224/ Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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