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Sep 17, 2016 5:52 AM CST
|If you for some reason or another cannot be strict in stat-photo-stat-photo order (or for me usually plant - nameplate) just take a useless picture from f.e. the soil before starting the next plant and you have a nice separator. Works especially well if you are photographing look-a-likes where you cannot be sure where one series stopped and another started.
Sep 17, 2016 6:22 AM CST
|Ruud - That's another good idea! Thanks!
I like my clipboard photo because the "white" jumps out at me. I photograph more than just my daylilies, so the white clipboard is my alert that another daylily cultivar is being evaluated and the photographs are to follow.
Considering the placement/planting of cultivars in the larger photo of a raised bed ..... Overall, I try not to plant cultivars that have similar looking blooms near each other in my raised garden beds, just to try to prevent confusion as to where exactly in the bed a cultivar is growing.
What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters, compared to what lies within us.
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