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Rose And Flower Photography Tips and Advice For Digital Photographers
... rose shots AND super extreme close-ups of the inside of the flower head. Remember, with digital, the Sharper and Higher Contrast your lens is, ... faster, the more expensive. Write speed isn't all that important for flower photography. As to the size of card that works best for your ... !" It may look great, but it looks NOTHING like the actual flower that you are trying to show to someone. Tone down the ...
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Rose and Flower Photography Tips and Advice For Film Photographers
... I mean it! This is the real key to the best rose and flower photos. Have your camera by the door and ready to go. I ... and diseased leaves that might be in the picture. Move yourself around the flower or bush and look at it from all angles: High, Low and ... subject when you are shooting close ups, say, of the inside of the flower head. The reason: you need a bit of a working distance from your subject ...
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Blooming of Amorphophallus titanum (corpse flower) at BBG
... Membership Support BBG About BBG Shop Blooming of Amorphophallus titanum (corpse flower) at BBG August 2006 Now at BBG Blog Photo Gallery ... -foot-tall flower head, which releases a monstrous stench of putrefaction at peak bloom (another name for the plant is the corpse flower!). The ... nearly a week and a half of rapid floral growth. The flower head topped off at over 5½ feet high. We pollinated the ...
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Blooming of Amorphophallus titanum (corpse flower) at BBG
... flower head and equally impressive foul smell, the titan arum is one of the world’s most remarkable plants. The flowering process unwinds over the course of several weeks. First, a fleshy flower ... produced a seven-foot-tall flower head, along with a nauseous scent ... flower head at a botanic garden is always an event. Notable not only for the stature of its flower-cluster, the well-named corpse flower ...
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About our favorite flower, the Dahlia
... or recurved, radiating in all directions from the center of the flower head. Incurved Cactus- These dahlias also have ray florets that are ... petals have a pronounced curvature toward the center of the flower head. Laciniated -The split or laciniation should be in proportion to ... the central part of the flower. Each has a pistil and stamens but generally no other conspicuous flower parts). Ray florets ...
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Simple pleasures: discover the versatility of purple coneflower - uses of Echinacea purpurea Flower & Garden Magazine - Find Articles
... Health & Fitness Home & Garden News & Society Reference & Education Sports FindArticles > Publications > Free > Home & Garden > Flower & Garden Magazine > July-August, 1998 > Article Content provided in partnership with FIND IN ... vertical lines that lend texture against the cone. Most interesting is the way the flower head continues to develop, the cone growing to a tip (reminiscent of a dunce' ...
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Gardener's Network - Flowers : How to Grow Hydrangea Flowers
... Hydrangea Bushes Perennial Shrub Hydrangea are beautiful, perennial bushes with huge flower heads. These deciduous bushes profusely produce huge, round flower heads in mid-summer. Hydrangea are native to North and ... variety of two tones. Flower heads have two kinds of florets Sterile, or ray florets, are male and form the large, colorful sepals on the outside of the flower head. The fertile florets ...
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The Gardener's Network - Flowers : Queen Anne's Lace
... Cards Shop For: Gardening: Annual Seeds Perennials Seeds Vegetable Seeds Herb Seeds Organic Seed/Supply Flower Bulbs Composters Greenhouses Houseplants Planters Raised Beds Supplies Tools Yard & Deck: Grills Hammocks Hose ... Bulbs Queen Anne's Lace Not surprisingly, this flower originated in Europe. It was given it's name for the lacey nature of the flower head. It was very popular during the reign ...
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Crafts Archive - Preserving and Drying Flowers and Naturals
... through the flower head; bend the end of the wire into a hook over the flower head and then pull it down, thus securing the head to ... little dip in the sand the same shape as the flower. Hold the flower steady and carefully build up the sand around the blossom ... powder. Pour some additional powder over the flower until it is well covered. Then lay another flower face down and cover it, repeating the ...
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Orchid Glossary - The Flower
... the orchid flower. Gynandrous (jye-NAN-drus) -- Having the stamens attached to the stigma and style in one unit. Gynoecium (jye-NEE-see-um) -- The female portion of the flower. Head (HED) -- A type of inflorescence, as a short compact spike, as Epidendrum ibaguesnse (E. radicans). Hermaphrodite (her-MAF-roh-dyte) -- The perfect flower, having both male ...
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