Ask a Question forum: Edgeworthia chrysantha and Cytisus battandieri

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Name: Nora
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HemNorth
Apr 14, 2016 10:39 PM CST
In the fragrance forum a thread about Fragrance just for the scent alone, on the bottom of page 8, I wrote about the two plants listed above. I had googled them and managed to download them to the Thread. Tonight I tried the process of getting them entered to the Database with a request. Then I thought I should go back to the photos on Google to see if I needed permission to use them.

Edgeworthia chrysantha, or Chinese Paper Bush or Yellow Daphne was from Portland Nursery. There was a phone number given which I could phone during their hours, if I'm advised to.

Cytisus battandieri or Pineapple Broom was featured in an article written by Mary Gutierez from South Africa, for Northwest Garden News and their was no email address given. I'm not sure how to go about finding who deserves credit for the photo.

Any advice would be appreciated. Also apologies for misspelling Cytisus in the thread (I had spelled it Cytissus) - and also gave that incorrect spelling to the Database request. And for Edgeworthia, I had left off the chrysantha part in both places.

Not doing so well at this! I'd better go to bed!




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dyzzypyxxy
Apr 16, 2016 4:41 PM CST
It's always best to get permission to use someone else's photo, I think, Nora. Appreciate your efforts to enter photos of those plants to the Database, though.

I've only ever entered photos of my own plants to the Database. That way I can enter my own experience with the plant. I just think a Database entry is more useful if you can give some first hand info as well as a picture.
Elaine

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