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G'day

Checking the Sydney Botanic Gardens website it seems the only way to
have a plant ID'd is by presenting a specimen in person. Does anyone
know of an organisation that you can email a photo to?

Thanks
Brent

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On Sun, 27 Jun 2010 20:47:25 -0700, Brent wrote:

G'day

Checking the Sydney Botanic Gardens website it seems the only way to
have a plant ID'd is by presenting a specimen in person. Does anyone
know of an organisation that you can email a photo to?


Use one of the free posting sites on the web and post a link here.
Seems a bit of knowledge is around for common garden plants.
Other stuff might take a while of to and fro.

Location of plant? Type?
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On 28/06/2010 1:47 PM, Brent wrote:
G'day

Checking the Sydney Botanic Gardens website it seems the only way to
have a plant ID'd is by presenting a specimen in person. Does anyone
know of an organisation that you can email a photo to?

Thanks
Brent

Try here.. You may have to find out a little more on the site and search
yourself...

http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/
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Brent wrote:
G'day

Checking the Sydney Botanic Gardens website it seems the only way to
have a plant ID'd is by presenting a specimen in person. Does anyone
know of an organisation that you can email a photo to?

Thanks
Brent


This may help

http://www.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/science..._photo_gallery

David

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On Sun, 27 Jun 2010 20:47:25 -0700, Brent wrote:

G'day

Checking the Sydney Botanic Gardens website it seems the only way to
have a plant ID'd is by presenting a specimen in person. Does anyone
know of an organisation that you can email a photo to?


Use one of the free posting sites on the web and post a link here.
Seems a bit of knowledge is around for common garden plants.
Other stuff might take a while of to and fro.

Location of plant? Type?


seems we have a remote chance of the OP ever linking to a pic!




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On 29/06/2010 12:59 PM, David Hare-Scott wrote:
Brent wrote:
G'day

Checking the Sydney Botanic Gardens website it seems the only way to
have a plant ID'd is by presenting a specimen in person. Does anyone
know of an organisation that you can email a photo to?

Thanks
Brent


This may help

http://www.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/science..._photo_gallery


David

My site was bigger!



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